What We Do
Marineco UK aim to supply High quality Damen vessels to the offshore industry. All our vessels are fully crewed to STCW level, with an abundance of experience in all elements of marine operations and can operate 24/7 in any climate and location.
Every vessel in our varied fleet are fully compliant to the MCA workboat code, BV class and IMCA. Several of our vessels have also passed the stringent ADNOC and Saudi Aramco inspections.
Please see below a list of contracts our current fleet have been involved in, both past and present.
Contract : Bayonne Harbour construction / pipeline extension.
Client: Vinci Construction
Details: Working in the port of Bayonne, in the South of France, the Hathi is working with Vinci construction providing support for the harbour construction and a sewage pipe extension. Most days the Hathi has been doing barge movements and anchor handling.
Contract : SARB Island, Abu Dhabi
Client: Dredging International / Middle East Dredging Company JV
Details: The Ashanti joined Marineco in June 2009 and for the last 12 months has been working on the SARB island project towing rock barges 24hrs a day. The Ashanti operation to ADNOC standards and is expected to remain on the contract until the end of 2013.
Contract: To be confirmed
Client: To be confirmed
Details: The Marineco India is expected to join our fleet on the 01/07/2013 and will begin operations in Europe.
Contract : Blue Water project, Dubai
Client: Van Oord, Dubai.
Details: Currently working on the Blue water project in Dubai, the Condor is working on a variety of tasks including dredger assist, barge handling and anchor handling.
Contract : Globaltech 1 wind farm – Germany
Details: Providing 24/7 support to the Globaltech windfarm site, the Dignity is currently based in Emden and is transporting the wind farm technicians to the site and back in wave heights of up to 2.5m.
Contract : Bard 1 wind farm – Germany
Details: The Mariah is stationed on the Bard wind-farm site along with her sister vessel the Shamal. Both vessels are in the field 24hrs a day working with a mother ship. The Mariah works closely with the construction and maintenance teams on site to complete crew transfers on to both the mother ship and the turbines.
Client: Visser Smit Maritime Contracts
Details: The Shamal worked on the Sheringham Shoal wind-farm site from April 2011 for VSMC. The Shamal worked almost exclusively on crew transfers to the turbines and undertook a 80mile roundtrip every day to the wind park.