The aim of the vessel is the crew changing, assistance in emergency situations to offshore platforms, support during maintenance programs at wind farms, etc.
With 88.40 mts length and 15.00 mts beam, she has the last generation of diesel-electric propulsion, getting 18 knots and achieving a 13% reduction of fuel consumption compared with conventional propulsions.
The ship has the capacity to accommodate up to 76 people housed in individual cabins and has a new system of telescopic davits for lowering the work boats on both sides of the ship.
“This new delivery is Zamakona’s 4th vessel for ESVAGT and we are proud to say that we are in process of building the 5th unit for them, a first-class high tech Service Operation Vessel to be delivered in 2019 to operate in the North Sea wind farms.”
Zamakona Yards Group has facilities in Santurtzi (Vizcaya), Pasajes (Guipúzcoa) and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Canary Islands), with more than 41 years of experience building and repairing all types of vessels.