Seacat Ranger Sets Sail

Seacat Ranger Sets Sail

Following the completion of inaugural sea trials in May, The Seacat Ranger will embark on a string of European offshore wind farm charter contracts that will keep her under continuous, active charter until May 2015.

The Seacat Ranger is the latest 24-metre catamaran to join Seacat Services, an offshore energy support vessel operator that now operates seven DNV GL class certified workboats throughout Europe, all conforming to the highest operational and safety standards.

After the official naming ceremony, scheduled to take place on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 at Seawork 2014, The Seacat Ranger will head directly to the Westermost Rough Offshore Wind Farm.

Located on the east coast of the UK, the project is being developed by DONG Energy, where the installation of the offshore electricity substation has recently been completed.

Seacat Ranger will initially complete a cable termination charter on behalf of cable manufacturer Nexans Deutschland GmbH. Directly following the completion of this short-term charter, Seacat Ranger will join another 24-metre Seacat Services vessel in order to fulfill a longer commitment for a major European manufacturer.

June 10, 2014

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