New Autonomous Guard Vessel concept design set to revolutionize offshore wind
The concept design of an Autonomous Guard Vessel revealed today is set to revolutionize the offshore industry. The futuristic looking design is created by a consortium of maritime companies looking to support the offshore industry by exploiting technology available today.
2020 New Year’s Report
In 2019, with its fleet of six offshore service vessels and its specialised survey/ROV vessel, the SeaZip Fix, SeaZip Offshore Service was actively involved in carrying out and accomplishing various international projects. Though the primary focus was on offshore wind, SeaZip also provided operational support to the offshore oil and gas industry.
Press release: TOWSC Entered into Partnership with SeaZip for Future Business in Taiwan
TOWSC signed a MoU with CTV expert, SeaZip for the collaboration towards the potential businesses for offshore wind services in Taiwan. Both parties target the provision of logistic solutions from construction and commissioning, to operation and maintenance (O&M) stages for offshore wind farm projects in Taiwan.
CTV SeaZip 3 part of the first autonomous manoeuvring vessels trials held on North Sea
A unique series of autonomous operations trials were held on the North Sea on 19 and 20 March, about five nautical miles off the coast of Den Helder (NL). SeaZip 3, a Damen Fast Crew Supplier 2610 ‘Twin Axe’ (Bureau Veritas class, Netherlands flag).
SeaZip and Deep put joint skills and expertise into the market using a sophisticated ‘DP1 Ice Class Survey and ROV’ vessel
From mid-April 2018, Harlingen-based SeaZip Offshore Service and Amsterdam-based Deep Hydrography & Geophysics will jointly operate a DP1 Ice Class Survey and ROV vessel.
SeaZip Offshore Service 3 years without lost-time incidents
As the year of 2017 is being evaluated we can proudly publish our safety records. Despite the very difficult operating conditions in the offshore domain we can say that we maintained and improved our excellent safety culture and goals. Since the end of 2014 we did not have any lost-time incident cases.