Singapore´s Strategic Marine order 3 newbuildings with Chartwell Marine

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The Singapore-based specialist shipbuilder Strategic Marine, has signed an order to build three ‘Brevity’-class crew transfer vessels (CTVs) from UK-based Chartwell Marine. The three Brevity crew transfer vessels are meant for a new client for the Singapore-based company, and it will be the first Chartwell project to be launched in Asia.

The Brevity-class 27-metre catamaran design forms part of Chartwell’s new offshore wind support vessel range, which since its launch in 2022 has seen multiple orders in the UK and USA.

The company mentions, that the Brevity-class vessel meets the need of the offshore wind support market, for a high-powered crew transfer vessels, capable of cost-effective and low-emissions operation. As it was stated by the company, it boasts enhanced manoeuvrability and stability, due to its signature hull form optimisation and has a capacity of 32 personnel.

The Principal Naval Architect at Chartwell Marine, Rob Sime says that “we have been keen to tap into the Asian market as part of our global expansion,” and that “Strategic Marine is a key player in the region, and we’re proud to be able to work with them on our own designs, alongside their current CTV roster”. “Our offshore wind range is built to be a one-stop-shop to meet the varying and increasingly complex needs of the industry”, as he said, “and we hope we can offer some of that support to the ongoing growth of green energy in Asia.”

Source: Strategic Marine

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