We pride ourselves on owning and operating one of the youngest, most versatile fleets in the offshore vessel industry. We are dedicated to ensuring our vessels maintain the highest standards of safety and operational performance, whilst being cost-effective and minimising our environmental impact. These attributes are critical to winning and retaining business, especially as our clients' needs evolve.
Our goal is to allocate our fleet as effectively as possible. This includes moving vessels between regions, adapting existing vessels and working with shipbuilders to develop brand-new configurations.
Of our total operational fleet of ~120 vessels, ~90 make up our core fleet, comprising AHTSVs, PSVs, MPSVs, ERRVs, and MCVs. These vessel classes are considered ‘core’ as they represent the bulk of our strategic investment:
ANCHOR HANDLING TUG SUPPLY VESSELS (AHTSVs)
Designed for anchor handling and towing offshore platforms, barges, production modules and other vessels. May also perform supply services and have additional equipment for firefighting, oil recovery and rescue duties.
PLATFORM SUPPLY VESSELS (PSVs)
Designed to transport supplies and equipment to and from offshore installations. May also be used to supply drilling equipment, drilling bulks, fluids and pipe.
MULTI-PURPOSE SUPPORT VESSELS (MPSVs)
Designed to support a range of offshore assets and equipment within the life of the field, and to support inspection, maintenance, repair, survey, diving and subsea and topside construction activities.
EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND RECOVERY VESSELS (ERRVs)
Designed to provide safety support to offshore installations and typically equipped with daughter craft, fast-rescue craft, and firefighting and oil recovery facilities. May also carry out inter-field operations, towage, assistance and pollution control.
MODULE CARRYING VESSELS (MCVs)
Designed to transport large modules and cargoes through narrow and shallow river systems.
Designed to transfer personnel and limited amounts of cargo from shore to offshore installations and between offshore installations.
Designed to carry freight, typically on canals and rivers, either under own power or towed.
Designed to tow or push larger vessels or barges.