W2W vessel Acta Orion to support Tideway B.V. (DEME Group) at Merkur OWF
Acta Marine has recently been awarded a contract to assist Tideway B.V. (DEME Group) with its cable pull in, and testing and termination campaign on the German Offshore Wind Farm Merkur.
The contract concerns the charter of Acta Marine’s walk to work vessel Acta Orion. After a 300 day campaign working on OWF Race Bank, Acta Orion was recently docked at Oranjewerf Amsterdam to perform its 2.5 year intermediate survey. In addition an extensive maintenance campaign was performed on its Ampelmann E-type system to prepare it for this seasons work. Acta Orion will be performing accommodation and W2W services on Merkur OWF and in addition will also perform cargo transfers to assist the tower teams using the cargo functionality on the Ampelmann E-1000 gangway. The vessel will operate from the Dutch port Eemshaven.
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