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55,000 transfers in one year - the ESVAGT SOV concept is even better than expected
ESVAGT's Service Operation Vessel (SOV) concept for offshore wind farms has proven to be even stronger than originally anticipated. Efficient operations open for new opportunities.
My ESVAGT: “ESVAGT wants to set the standard”
Captain Peter Bay likes to trust and be trusted. That is one of the shipping company’s real strengths, he feels.
‘Esvagt Faraday’ featured in the NDR Nordsee report “Giants of the Sea”
Norddeutsche Rundfunk (NDR) has accompanied the crew of ‘Esvagt Faraday’ and Siemens’ storekeeper and technicians onboard during a port call.
"We are writing the manual for SOV work"
The first year of SOV operations has been rewarding and informative. Experience with STBs is being integrated into upcoming designs.
Well-attended open vessel arrangement
On Easter Monday 2015, ESVAGT hosted an open vessel arrangement where all employees and their families were invited to visit the new SOV vessel, the ‘Esvagt Faraday’, which was moored just outside the company headquarters in Esbjerg.
Who were William Froude and Michael Faraday?
ESVAGT’s two SOVs have been named after two of English industrial history’s notable personalities. Both men also had a connection with the Siemens brothers.
SOVs off to a good start
The SOVs, the ‘Esvagt Froude’ and the ‘Esvagt Faraday’ are well underway with offshore wind farm duties.
First wind service operation vessels ready for charter
ESVAGT opens a new chapter in the shipping company history with the HST 118.
HST 118 launched and HST 119 on its way – both with new solutions
ESVAGT’s first service operation vessels for offshore wind farms are well on the way.
Wind service operation vessels are floating workshops and offices
ESVAGT’s two new service operation vessels will function as top modern workshops, stores, offices and accommodation for technicians in the offshore wind farms. Transfers by boat or stabilized gangway.