The 23 metre Alyssa is an aquaculture service vessel built for Scottish commercial diving and marine services company Leco Marine. Designed by Argyll Maritime Design Services the Alyssa will perform general fish farm work and is equipped with a net-cleaning and inspection system for the maintenance of fish-farm nets.
Leco Marine’s largest vessel, the Alyssa is an ideal workboat platform with a spacious aft deck, high stability and excellent visibility of operations from the wheelhouse. The large deck cargo capacity and deck crane ensures that lifting and transportation of diving gear and net cleaning equipment is completed with ease. This capacity allows the company to diversify into other fish farm duties should the need arise.
Southampton Marine Services is proud to announce the launch and commissioning of their latest vessel, ‘Svitzer Leven’. The vessel is a 20.25m steel mono-hull workboat, designed for operation in the Port of Middlesbrough. Constructed and finished to the highest standard, this bespoke design showcases the engineering capabilities of SMS. Svitzer Leven has been designed to collect recycling materials and refuse from larger foreign vessels visiting the ports of Middlesbrough, Hartlepool & Milford Haven.
A Bulldog 20, the new Svitzer Merlin is a multi-purpose harbour workboat in the Svitzer fleet based at Milford Haven. The Svitzer Merlin concentrates on general port collection work and recycling of waste from ships at the port of Milford Haven. She is a twin screw, pontoon style, shallow draft work vessel and with a small superstructure and wheelhouse on the portside aft, her large clear deck space across the bow will accommodate 12 waste ‘skips’ and several pallets.
Seaclear is primarily used for harbour, mooring and buoy maintenance duties in and around the Isle of Wight.
It is equipped with a 10 ton winch and a 10t/m hydraulic crane. The vessel’s twin hydraulic system allows the winch and crane to be used at the same time, increasing versatility.
Built for ferry duties across Scotland’s the Cromarty Firth, the Cromarty Queen is a versatile landing craft-type ferry but also with workboat capabilities. Designed by Argyll Maritime Design Services the vessel has an overall length of 17. 25m, with a beam of 6.5m and draught aft on 1.4m on a 56 tonnes lightship displacement.
The Cromarty Queen was built to MCA Class 5 for up to 50 pax and four cars in C class waters. But she was also completed to work-boat code Cat 2 (12 passengers) to operate 20 miles offshore. For this role she has reinforced steelwork in place for the addition of a 17-tonne hydraulic crane, enabling her suitable for supply services to offshore platforms. Central to her role as a car and passenger ferry is an innovative turntable arrangement built into the rear portion of the forward deck area which allows cars or similar sized vehicles to be driven onboard and turned ready for discharge over the bow ramp.
Designed by and constructed for Seawork Marine Services, MCS3 is a road transportable multi-purpose vessel and diving platform.
Equipped with a hydraulic crane and spudlegs, this vessel is capable of undertaking a variety of tasks.
Seaka is a 9.5m / 17t multi-role workboat, currently being utilised by DC Marine Services as a moorings vessel.
She is one of the earlier vessels produced by Southampton Marine Services having been delivered in 2010.
Designed by Sparkman and Stephens in 1937, this world famous racer was rescued from the US by the SMS team in 2014 and brought to the UK for a complete restoration.
As a racing machine she was hugely successful, winning her division in the Bermuda Race on her first outing. During the 1960s and under new owners she eventually entered the charter yacht sector and suffered a series of unsympathetic alterations for her new function. This included a series of bulkheads and other additions over the years, as well as a general decline suffered after eight years on the hard.
Today, having been lovingly restored, Blitzen is faster than she has ever been.
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