• GER +49 40 411 60 68 0
  • UK + 44 1224 459 640
  • FRA + 33 782 91 63 62
  • KOR + 82 61 287 4002
  • TWN +886 958 257 662
  • JPN +81 3 3541 9191
  • GER
  • UK
  • FRA
  • KOR2
  • TWA
  • JAP2
  • 1
    Fender

    The fender establishes contact between the turbine access ladder and the vessel

  • 2
    Propulsion

    The vessels are equipped with powerful engines which help to reach speeds of up to 40 knots

  • 3
    Passengers

    Up to 12 passengers can be transported on seats with special suspension

  • 4
    Suitable for a variety of tasks

    This type of vessel can be lifted on board or launched into the water offshore by means of a crane or launch system

title-text-en.jpg
Click on the Vessel and move the Cursor right or left to rotate the vessel.
The Vessels shown here are exemplary Models only.
Zoom
Hotspots

Mini-CTV

Small crew transfer vessels (CTVs)

Mini crew transfer vessels are mainly used for the rapid transport of offshore personnel and smaller spare parts or tools. The fender system at the bow helps the vessel to approach the access ladder of a wind turbine or an accommodation vessel and enables the personnel transported to embark safely. The vessels are designed to transport up to 12 people and, in addition, can be loaded on board a field support vessel offshore or launched into the water by means of a crane or launch system. Depending on the specific design, this type of vessel achieves a speed of between 30 and 40 knots (approx. 70 km/h) and is propelled by an outboard or inboard motor. The hull usually consists of glass-reinforced plastics, aluminium or Kevlar. The superstructures are for the most part fabricated from aluminium and provide good protection for passengers in a wide range of weather conditions.

PLEASE FIND HERE A FIRST SELECTION OF MINI CTVS OR PLEASE GET IN CONTACT WITH OUR BROKERS!

Real Time Web Analytics