After a few weeks of regular maintenance for her first class renewal the MV Egbert Wagenborg has been taken into service again. During this docking period in Klaipėda, the 13.800 DWCC Easymax vessel received various ‘green’ updates. This makes this vessel even greener and more environmentally friendly.
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Last week the pipe laying platform ‘Toro’ left Eemshaven for Turkey. The platform was assisted in the port and on the Ems by five tugs, including the Wagenborg tugs Waterstraat, Waterstroom and Waterman.
Last week Wagenborg Shipping placed an order at the Royal Niestern Sander shipyard for the construction of a sister ship of the Egbert Wagenborg and the Máxima. The third vessel of this EasyMax type is expected to be delivered in the first half of 2023. In addition, an option has also been taken on a fourth EasyMax.
Wagenborg Offshore has taken its fourth walk-to-work vessel (w2w) into service as Koenigsborg. Koenigsborg is used as a standby and support vessel for inspection and maintenance of unmanned platforms in the southern north sea.
Wagenborg Offshore has signed a contract with Damen Shipyard and Ampelmann Operations for the operations of the world’s first Fast Crew Supplier. The scope of this agreement includes crew management, HSEQ and technical maintenance of the offshore vessel.