• GER +49 40 411 60 68 0
  • UK + 44 1224 459 640
  • FRA + 33 782 91 63 62
  • KOR +82 51 293 5225
  • TWN +886 958 257 662 or +886 2 2175 2965
  • JPN +81 3 3541 9191
  • GER
  • UK
  • FRA
  • KOR2
  • TWA
  • JAP2
  • 1
    Low Draught

    Can work in shallow waters and get stranded on mud flats

  • 2

    For setting and retrieving anchors, navigable water buoys, ROVs etc.

  • 3
    DP System

    A computer controlled GPS system which, in tandem with propellers for propulsion and thrusters, automatically helps the vessel to find and maintain its exact position

  • 4

    Multifunctional winches for towing and salvaging construction vessels

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The Vessels shown here are exemplary Models only.


Multi-purpose workboat for offshore works, transport and dredging.

Multicats are used for a variety of tasks in the offshore sector today. As a multifunctional all-purpose vessel, a multicat is equipped with powerful winches, one to two offshore cranes as well as a spacious flat deck. In addition to the key tasks such as towing offshore construction vessels and setting and recovering anchors and navigable water buoys, multicats are also used for geotechnical investigations, surveys, ROV investigations, ammunition recovery and support for dredging. Multicats typically have very low draughts. Therefore they are ideally suited for near-shore and shallow-water operations and can, if need be, also get stranded on mud flats between the tides. In order to permanently extend their extremely flexible range of operations, more and more multicats are being equipped with a dynamic positioning system to also enable them to maintain a good location in estuaries and ocean currents.

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  • Technical Details

    The following Graphs will give you an overview about different technical details within the Multicats Fleet.
    Latest Update: June 2020

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