Press releases • Dec 23, 2020 13:23 CET
RESOLUTE ACTION: ‘Esvagt Njord’ came to the rescue of seven injured fishermen last Tuesday. Swift action and resolute efforts from the ESVAGT crew and a good cooperation with Equinor's medic and technicians made a big difference.
Press releases • Mar 24, 2020 10:45 CET
The ‘Esvagt Dana’ has been servicing Vår Energi and SubseaPartner with diving operations in the Barents Sea – a solid success.
ESVAGT on its “Tour de North Sea”: ‘Practicing strengthens our emergency preparedness and maintains our competences’
Press releases • Mar 27, 2019 08:30 CET
Daily training in the entire fleet keeps ESVAGT sharp, and the shipping company’s own assessor team is visiting the North Sea in ESVAGT’s “Tour de North Sea” to strengthen and deepen competence levels.
Press releases • Apr 25, 2017 09:00 CEST
“Whether the job is rescuing people in high seas or sailing wind technicians safely around an offshore wind farm, the skills of those on board the vessels are critical for ESVAGT's success. That is why we are mapping and developing the competences on board our vessels”, says Steffen Rudbech Nielsen, Head of Ship Management, Operations.
Press releases • Feb 28, 2017 17:39 CET
This morning ‘Esvagt Sigma’ received a mayday from a small pleasure craft who was taking water in and had lost propulsion. ‘Esvagt Sigma’ was released from standby duties and send to rescue.
Press releases • Aug 21, 2015 13:41 CEST
On the night of the 21st of August 1990, ESVAGT rescued 46 people from the capsized accommodation platform, West Gamma. An operation that proved to be pivotal for ESVAGT.
Press releases • Aug 21, 2015 13:26 CEST
The rescue of the crew of the West Gamma is one of ESVAGT’s finest hours. These are the experiences of four key people from that August night 25 years ago.
Press releases • Oct 16, 2014 19:32 CEST
Service Manager, Søren Westphal, is pleased to be part of a dedicated and committed ESVAGT.
Press releases • Apr 02, 2014 09:15 CEST
The ESVAGT boat based crew change is a structured operation where dedicated crews and thoroughly trained personnel work together optimally. That is the explanation why the crew change vessels have achieved 5 and 13 years respectively without a single Lost Time Incident (LTI).