One of Acta Marine’s Multicats – Coastal Discovery – has completed a shallow water cable reburial project for a German offshore wind farm. The contract was carried out in close cooperation with the client’s operators and hydrographic survey team.
Acta Marine has been involved in the Mittelplate project since 1981. This is a Drilling and Production Island in the German Wadden Sea that is operated by DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG. Our work there primarily consists of crew transfer and platform supply duties.
Offshore Performer was contracted to support a beach replenishment project at Bournemouth Beach on the South Coast of England. Erosion had taken its toll and the beach was in great need of replenishment; hence a large hopper dredger was brought into service to bring sand ashore.
Acta Marine’s small tug Panter has been working at the Port of Rotterdam for over forty years. During these years, the vessel has been supporting the well-known dredging companies, engaged in the maintenance of the access channels to and from the Port of Rotterdam.
Located 85 kilometers above the coast of Groningen, the new offshore wind farm Gemini promises to be one of the largest wind farms in the world. It is under construction in the Dutch sector of the North Sea. The Coastal Chariot is operated in assistance of Gemini’s construction.
The Tetney project, nearby Grimsby, the UK, involved the replacement of the offshore pipeline and manifold section of the oil import line. The replacement activities of the 4.2 kilometer long pipeline took place during the summer.
The Coastal Chariot was deployed for buoyancy maintenance work on the IJsselmeer in the Netherlands.
The Coastal Voyager has been deployed to assist the dredging of a trench for an offshore pipeline in the Baydaratskaya Bay.
The Multicat Eurocarrier 2209 Coastal Hunter is operating in Scotland as a Fish Farm Support Vessel. The farm cultivates Scottish salmon.
The Coastal Worker was operated to locate the joints of an export cable. Subsequently, these joints needed to be reburied at the appropriate depth.