Two Acta Marine Shoalbusters – Coastal Rambler and Coastal Voyager – have recently completed a challenging offshore oil and gas project on the west coast of India. The shallow water versatility of the two vessels led to them being used for a wide range of marine support activities.
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.
For the second year running, two of Acta Marine’s DP Multicats have been called up for duties on the Zohr natural gas project in Egyptian waters.
In summer 2017 Acta Marine was awarded a pipeline towage and installation contract in Abu Dhabi.
Acta Marine’s 2209 Multicat Coastal Warrior has started work supporting a port construction project in the port of Kamsar, Guinee. The 22-metre long vessel will be performing support duties for a number of jack-up barges carrying out offshore construction works for a jetty extension contract within the port.
Acta Marine Wind Services currently has three Crew Transfer Vessels working on a long-term project at Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean.
Acta Marine has taken on a long-term contract off the coast of Democratic Republic of the Congo with an existing client. In response to the client’s specific requirements, Acta Marine has teamed up with Rotterdam-based MPR Marine to offer a multipurpose vessel to carry out the contract.
Offshore Performer has recently started a contract for a dredging and construction company in Morocco.
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.
Coastal Rambler (formerly DMS Globe) keeps busy in the Persian Gulf
After finalising a long term charter in the oilfields of Abu Dhabi, Acta Marine’s DMS Globe was contracted to assist a construction project in Qatar. This involved the construction of a private artificial island development. DMS Globe’s effectiveness in shallow water conditions played an important role in the project, ensuring its smooth and efficient completion.