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 Lida and the Coastal Rambler were deployed for the Upper Zakum Project, in which they executed various operations.
The Survey Catamaran Merijn was active in Hazira, India, where the vessel assisted in the dredging of a channel.
The Multicat 2209 Coastal Guardian is currently operated during a project in the 163 kilometer long Suez Canal.
Anchor Handling Tug the Coastal Victory executed operations to assist the Stingray in a South Korean project.
In Vietnam, the Coastal Victory contributed to the construction and implementation of a submarine power cable link of 56 kilometers.