News & Media

Offshore Wenduine has been handed over from Shipyard Den Breejen

23 April 2013
press release

Our newest addition to the OWS's fleet, Offshore Wenduine, has been handed over this week from shipyard Den Breejen. Sicco Ritsma has been supervising the process in the last few weeks until she got completed today.

Offshore Wenduine is an Ideal vessel for diving support works and can also be adapted to survey and cable works: she has forward moonpool hatch with staircase into the water, as well as aft stairs; two anchors with the possibility of increasing to 4-point mooring; the divers can step in the shower directly from the outside to take off their suit, no need to walk through the vessel; survey desk with two seats; 19inch rack for survey equipment; tracks allow easy fitting of project specific equipment, such as a desk; large storage space and lockers; all seats are KPM DNV-classed suspension seats and each a table tray with power sockets, USB charger and day&night lights. Also, there is a separate crew mess. The RG Seasight fender is one of the best performing ones in the market.

Article in Shipping&Marine

11 April 2013
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We are featured in the magazine Shipping&Marine with a profile of Workships, check it out!

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New Year's Greeting and Recap

01 January 2013
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We wish everyone a happy&healthy new year and smooth sailing!

As the year of change, 2012, draws to a close, the year of growth and opportunity opens.


New Website

29 November 2012
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Workships Contractors B.V. proudly presents their new website designed by PonderDesign!

Philip Woodcock speaks at IMCA Annual Seminar 2012

20 November 2012
press release

"Why Is 12 Considered Safer Than 13 – The questions arising from the need to operate Wind Farm Crew Vessels with more than 12 passengers onboard"

An abstract of this presentation by our Operations&QHSE Manager Philip Woodcock can be downloaded below. For more information and the entire presentation please contact us.

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