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Proof of concept leads to rollout

Leading offshore services provider, Mainprize Offshore, is rolling out Reygar’s BareFLEET vessel monitoring system across seven of its semi-SWATH crew transfer vessels (CTVs) as it targets increased efficiencies and operational performance gains for its growing fleet.

Following a successful proof-of-concept trial on one vessel, MO6, in October, roll out is expected across the new build fleet as the vessels arrive.

BareFLEET monitors key vessel measurements, including navigational activity, vessel motion sickness and stability during passenger transfers, plus fleet fuel use, emissions, and machinery health. Collating data in one place provides internal and external reporting efficiencies and more effective, fleet-wide decision making.

Bob Mainprize, Managing Director of Mainprize Offshore, said, “We like to push boundaries constantly in what we do. BareFLEET will enable us to better understand the vessels’ performance when transferring in two metre wave height and over, whilst also managing fuel consumption and ultimately reducing emissions, for more efficient and sustainable offshore operations. It adds value to our fleet and benefits crews, clients and the wider industry.”

BareFLEET’s video camera feature has been especially beneficial to Mainprize Offshore, enabling stakeholders to witness CTV to wind turbine push-ons even in rough sea states, with live motion and engine load measurement data overlaid onto the video effectively demonstrating the effect of innovative vessel design.  

Chris Huxley-Reynard, CEO of Reygar, said, “Offshore energy support vessel operators have invested heavily in sophisticated turbine and transmission technology for their vessels. Now, many are looking to complement those capabilities with a fully digital approach to vessel monitoring for optimised performance and enhanced service value. The value of BareFLEET continues to increase as more data is collected, providing data and trends that translate into unparalleled fleet operations insights.”

Watch the successful Mainprize Offshore crew transfer with accompanying data proof of performance here;

Exhibitor; Reygar Ltd
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