WINDEA CTV LLC, a joint venture comprised of MidOcean Wind LLC and Hornblower Group, completed the delivery of the nation’s largest fleet of brand new, U.S. built, 30-meter hybrid-ready CTVs for operations supporting large scale commercial Offshore Wind projects across the East Coast.

The four crew transfer vessels include the previously delivered “WINDEA Courageous” and “WINDEA Intrepid” and the recently completed and delivered “WINDEA Ranger” and “WINDEA Enterprise”, so all vessels named after America’s Cup sailing yachts.

The four brand-new Incat Crowther-designed CTVs were constructed by St. Johns Shipyard in Palatka, FL, Gulf Craft in Franklin, LA, and Breaux Brothers Enterprises in New Iberia, LA.

“Each CTV is operated by local crews trained under the unique conditions of each OSW development to reliably and efficiently provide transit without negatively impacting the local environment or other marine operations,” as WINDEA claims.

The “WINDEA Enterprise” will enter service alongside the “WINDEA Courageous” and “WINDEA Intrepid” in New Bedford and Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.

The “WINDEA Ranger” will enter service in Norfolk, Virginia. A fifth CTV will join Ranger in Norfolk in early 2025.