24 PAX jet propulsion CTVs officially transferred to SeaZip Offshore Service
As of 10 Juni 2022, SeaZip Offshore Service has two additional CTVs available for the offshore energy industry. The water jet propulsion vessels are ideally suited for O&M services in and from shallow draft harbours. They are an efficient addition to the SeaZip Offshore Service fleet that underwent a major upgrade at the beginning of this year.
SeaZip Offshore Service expands fleet with 24 PAX jet propulsion crew transfer vessels
SeaZip Offshore Service is adding two crew transfer vessels to its fleet, which are eminently deployable in and from shallow draft harbours. Main characteristics of SeaZip 7 & 8: water jet propulsion, 24 PAX, solid track record, high performance.
SeaZip Offshore Service doubles passenger capacity crew transfer vessels
As of March 1, 2022, SeaZip crew transfer vessels can accommodate 24 passengers. The conversion from 12 PAX to 24 PAX will take place during the winter break, in combination with regular maintenance. The renewed 24 PAX vessels will still sail under the Dutch flag, which is an advantage when deployed in EU projects.
Coastwise Offshore Services and Next Generation Shipyards commit to third 30 Industrial Personnel Monomaran Crewtender
Coastwise Offshore Services and Next Generation Shipyards finalized a newbuilding order for a third 30 IP Monomaran Crewtender. The energy-efficient vessel of the Endurance class NG2727, will be delivered at the end of 2022 and then sail as COS Mariner.
SeaZip Offshore Service News report – December 2020
Safety First is the motto of the maritime service that carries out the SeaZip Offshore Service for the offshore energy industry. In the face of Covid-19, there’s an additional health factor. The company is taking all measures required to guarantee the safety and health of passengers and crew members.
Press release: Coastwise Offshore Services and Next Generation Shipyards sign a contract for 2nd Monomaran, type NG Endurance NG 2727
On Tuesday, 3 november , a 2nd contract for the building of a new, energy-efficient and fuel-saving aluminium vessel for the offshore wind-industry was signed. The signing took place at Next Generation Shipyards in Lauwersoog.