Press releases • Jul 02, 2018 09:32 CEST
The latest two new builds for, respectively, the offshore wind and oil and gas sector brings the ESVAGT fleet up to 43 vessels.
Press releases • Jun 14, 2018 10:15 CEST
For Aart Bark, Regional Service Director at MHI Vestas, teaming up with ESVAGT in the Belwind1 and Nobelwind Parks is more than just engaging a service provider.
Press releases • Jun 04, 2018 08:03 CEST
“You learn seamanship and you learn your way around a vessel", says Arni J. J. Johanson, Marine Engineer on the ’Esvagt Charlie’.
Press releases • May 24, 2018 11:53 CEST
ESVAGT’s unique Service Operation Vessel (SOV) concept combines task, opportunity and function into one.
Press releases • May 04, 2018 11:55 CEST
The oil and gas sector remained challenging in 2017, with relatively few short-term opportunities within the ERRV-markets, which impacted the entire offshore market severely during the year, including ESVAGT.
Press releases • May 03, 2018 11:45 CEST
Svend Bech Poulsen, Captain of the ’Esvagt Charlie’: "You shouldn't be afraid of the sea but you do need to respect it!”
Press releases • Apr 03, 2018 11:17 CEST
ESVAGT has sold the 'Esvagt Gamma' and the 'Esvagt Promotor' for recycling. The final voyage for the vessels will be to the Fornæs Ship Recycling in Grenå.
Press releases • Mar 13, 2018 12:29 CET
ESVAGT, together with the Lauritzen Fund, Fulton and the municipality of Esbjerg, has entered into a project to break negative social legacy and help young people into education and work.
Press releases • Dec 10, 2017 15:58 CET
ESVAGT’s latest new build the ‘Esvagt Mercator’ has begun her 10-year contract servicing more than 100 offshore wind turbines in Belgian waters.
Press releases • Dec 07, 2017 09:23 CET
One of the big game changers in ESVAGT’s Service Operation Vessel (SOV) concept for offshore wind farms has been ESVAGT’s unique Safe Transfer Boats (STB), which are used for transferring turbine technicians safely from the mother ship to the turbines.
Press releases • Dec 01, 2017 07:30 CET
Company executives gather today at Port of Oostende to christen the ‘Esvagt Mercator’; as the ship readies to support more than 100 offshore wind turbines in Belgian waters.