Crew Transfer Vessels

Windfarm Service Vessels

Crew Transfer Vessels

CTV is used during the construction, maintenance and operation of offshore wind farms. While the majority of vessels will work in different markets, Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs), have emerged as a specialist area. These vessels are used to transport wind farm technicians, other personnel and equipment spares out to sites on a daily basis.





Principal Particulars
Class Notation

Rina C Hull Mach Special Service – Workboat HSC CATAMARAN; Special (Unrestricted navigation limited to 150 NM from place of refuge)

Length Overall 27.10 meters
Length Waterline (Design) 24.30 meters
Length (Load LIne) 23.80 meters
Beam (Max) Moulded 8.90 meters
Hull Design Draught (approx) 1.30 meters
GRT (approx) above 200 GT
Cargo 2 x 10' or 1 x 20' fwd or 1 x 20' Container or 1 x 10' aft
Cargo Deck Area 31m2 aft and 81m2 fwd
Deck Loading Capacity 2 T/m2
Fuel Oil 35,000 liters
Fresh Water 2,900 liters
Black/Grey Water 1,500 liters
Crew 4
Offshore Service/Industrial Personnel of which 12 can be passengers 24
Main Propulsion Engines 4 x Volvo IPS 900
Generators 2 x Cummins Onan Model QD, 27 MDKBU approx.27 eKW 
Maximum Speed 25 knots @ 85% MCR at 10T DWT

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