Archive for the 'Wind Farm Service Vessels' Category

Damen Axe Bow – New Heli Deck

The Heli Deck is ready for fitting to the Damen Axe Bow currently at North Shipyard Oceania Marine for a 3 month refit. The deck is being assembled in refit Shed A located at the shipyard.  

Damen Sea Axe Support Vessel Arrives at Oceania Marine Shipyards for Major Upgrade

EVO partners, Diverse Projects (as owners representatives) and Oceania Marine Shipyards have been selected by vessel owners for this major project. The 51.30m Umbra is the second Sea Axe vessel built by the Dutch Damen Shipyards Group and has been slipped at Oceania Marine’s North Shipyard in Port Whangarei, New Zealand for major upgrades. The aptly named vessel was launched
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Energy Vessels Offshore Limited gains access to specialist fabrication and construction facilities at South Shipyard, Port Whangarei

EVO Announcement 1st June 2013

Energy Vessels Offshore Appoints German Renewables Shipbrokers as Brokers

Energy Vessels Offshore Limited (EVO) have appointed German Renewables Shipbrokers (GRS) of Hamburg in Germany to act as brokers for their range of service vessels specifically designed to meet the needs of the European offshore energy industry. The appointment follows an initial meeting which took place in Hamburg between EVO directors Martin Gleeson and Lars Bjorklund and GRS managing partners
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Energy Vessels Offshore Limited (EVO) – Wind Farm Service Vessel Model Range Details

      WIND FARM SERVICE VESSELS                             ENERGY OFFSHORE VESSELS LIMITED    MODEL RANGE GENERAL ARRANGEMENT & SPECIFICATION   EVO offers workboats which have been specifically designed to operate as service vessels in the offshore energy industry. The Wind Farm Service Vessel (WFSV) range is based
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Energy Vessels Offshore Limited – New Wind Farm Service Vessel Range

Energy Vessels Offshore Limited(EVO) has launched its range of wind farm service vessels specifically designed to transport service crews to and from offshore wind turbines. The vessels range in size from 18 to 24 metres and come in semi-displacement and high speed versions. They will be constructed by EVO in New Zealand to take advantage of the low Kiwi Dollar
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