Marineco are pleased to announce our latest vessel.
She is a Neptune built Multicat type 2611 with a bollard pull (certified) of 37 tonnes
The vessel was recently acquired from a Spanish owner and she will be named ‘Marineco Havanah’.

Marineco UK now have four Damen HSSV vessels, the newest, Marineco Thunderbird arrived in February 2013 and is currently working with Siemens offshore in Grimsby.

We have also purchased our newest vessel, the Marineco India (formerly the Janette B of H and S marine). She will join Marineco early July 2013

Mike Conafray, Managing Director of Marineco UK is proud to announce that we have placed the order for the first High Speed ​​Support Vessel (HSSV) of Damen. The ship will be christened Marineco Shamal and is presented at the exhibition SEAWORKS in Southampton in June 2011. In addition, we expect the supply of sister ship Marineco Mariah in February 2012.

The new HSSV design with the new double bow concept, will perform better at sea in lower fuel consumption. These factors combined with the expertise of Marineco and Damen’s build quality mean that HSSV worldwide will be able to operate in the wind farm sector. The increased range of both Shamal and Mariah mean that they are ideal for all phases of construction and maintenance of the wind farm, especially for three parks up to 150 nautical miles from the coast.

The size of these vessels means that up to 4 crew onboard can comfortably sleep up to 12 passengers can be transported simultaneously.

For further details refer to the specifications, but here are some key features:

· Dimensions 26 mx 10 m
· Draft – min 1.15m max – 1.45m
· Speed ​​26 knots, with a range of 1,000 nautical miles
· Fuel Transfer System
· Three-point mooring system
· Robust cargo capacity, 15 tons of deck cargo
· Fuel tanks total 20.000 liters
· Accommodation for four crew
· Licence to 12 passengers
· Seats up to 12 people
· Dive / MOB recovery platform
· FleetBroadband with Wi-Fi

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