Six different Acta Marine workboats were deployed during the construction of Nord Stream. These vessels were combined with four additional rental vessels.
The DP Ultra Shallow Draft Support Vessel Coastal Enterprise left for Murmansk to carry out geotechnical measurements.
Several Acta Marine workboats were operated during the construction of a power cable between the Netherlands and England.
In 1979 a client requested vessels to sail through water with a depth of only seventy centimeters. Acta Marine made this possible.
To expand the existing Maasvlakte in Rotterdam, eight of Acta Marine’s vessels were operated in the Maasvlakte 2 project.
The Coastal Vanguard, a Shoalbuster 3209 Tug, was deployed for an anchor handling project on the Irish Sea.
The DP1 Ultra Shallow Draft Multipurpose Support Vessel Coastal Chariot was deployed for the cable laying of various fiber optic cables in British shallow waters. The large deck space, combined with its shallow draft and its excellent maneuvering capabilities had proven to be very valuable for this project.
In Britain and Germany, the Coastal Chariot executed CPT activities for geotechnical research.