Multi-Purpose Tug Husky Completes Work at Sheringham Shoal Offshore Windfarm

Multi-Purpose Tug Husky Completes Work at Sheringham Shoal Offshore Windfarm

The twin-screw tug Husky, owned by Island Shipping is en route from Norfolk to her home port of Wicklow following over 300 days of successful charter on Sheringham Shoal Offshore Windfarm.

The multi-purpose, shallow draft tug has provided logistical support to and from the offshore windfarm.

The other two Island Shipping’s vessels, Island Tiger and Island Panther, are still engaged in 24/7 crew transfer operations at the Sheringham Shoal. A pair of Wildcat 53 WFSV has previously worked at the Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind-farm in the North Sea.

World Maritime News Staff, May 7, 2012; Image: Island Shipping

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