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Grow your business, grow your fleet

Successful crew transfer operations have led a marine service provider to expand its investment in multi-purpose workboats, enabling the company to grow its fleet and consequently its business.

Neptune Marine has successfully delivered another EuroCarrier 2209 to Severn Offshore. The latest vessel was delivered less than 6 months after contract and completed its first project, the towage of Neptune Marine’s EuroPontoon 3011 to Frederikshaven, Denmark, shortly after delivery.

Severn Offshore has been active in the offshore energy industry for over five years, servicing the offshore renewable energy and offshore oil and gas sector with a growing fleet of high-speed offshore CTVs and multi-purpose workboats

The multi-purpose EuroCarrier 2209 has proven itself to be very successful in many industries, with operators around the world using the powerful and compact vessel for a variety of operations, including dredging, aquaculture support and anchor handling.

To meet Severn Offshore requirements, the standard EuroCarrier specification of Heila HLRM 140-4S deck crane, 50 tons anchor handling winch and comfortable accommodation for 4 people, has been expanded with a 25 tons A-frame, including dredging plough. Equipped with 2 Caterpillar engines, the ‘Severn Supporter’ is able to deliver a bollard pull of approximately 15 tons.

“We were keen to have a vessel which is built entirely in the Netherlands. As one of the leading Dutch shipbuilders, Neptune Marine could clearly offer what we were looking for” said Ryan Hopkins, managing director of Severn Offshore Services. “Throughout the project, Neptune Marine has been very supportive to include our requirements in the vessel to deliver a custom design for our operations.”

“Neptune Marine is proud to deliver yet another EuroCarrier 2209. Over the years, more than thirty EuroCarriers have been built in the Netherlands, whereby Neptune Marine strives to continuously develop its vessels, in order to exceed the industry’s standards” concludes Neptune Marine.

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