On the 20th February 2012, Silverstar Marine secured a contract to provide Client Representation Services for the construction of one 24m Stabilised Monohull Windfarm Support Boat for existing client Turbine Transfers. The services being provided include regular attendance at the shipyard to assess the work progress, ensuring it meets the required standards, as well as attendance during commissioning and sea trials to verify the vessel’s performance.
The vessels are to be constructed by Austal at their new Philippines Shipyard, with completion expected in late 2012. This will be the first vessel constructed by Austal at their Philippines facility.
Turbine Transfers, based in Holyhead, United Kingdom, is a leading Windfarm support organisation providing transfers for technicians and provisions to offshore wind farms throughout Europe. Silverstar Marine’s Simon Knight said, “It is a pleasure to once again be providing services to Turbine Transfers with the construction of this new platform at Austal’s newly acquired shipyard in the Philippines”.
Length overall: 27.4 metres
Length waterline: 23.9 metres
Beam (moulded): 10.5 metres
Hull depth (moulded): 3.7 metres
Hull draft (approx): 2.0 metres
Wind Farm Personnel: 12
Maximum Deadweight: 12.7 tonnes Propulsion
Main engines: 2 x MTU 10V 2000 M72
Propulsion: 2 x Waterjets Rolls Royce 50 A3 Performance
Speed: 23 knots at 90% MCR Survey
Classification: Det Norske Veritas +1A1 HSLC Windfarm Service 1 R2
Flag: UK MCA
About Silverstar Marine
Silverstar Marine is a global Shipbuilding and Shiprepair project management and construction company.
For more information please contact Simon Knight:
Phone: +61 419 911 028