Construction Support Vessels are multi-purpose offshore vessels able to support the construction and maintenance of offshore structures such as Oil & Gas offshore platforms or Marine Renewable Energy sub-stations. Their key performances include excellent seakeepingstation keeping capabilitieslarge accommodations capabilities and flexibility in the system integration (deep sea cranes, ROVs, A-frames…)

The know-how of MAURIC for the design of tailor-made vessels perfectly fit with the request from ship operators for Construction Support Vessels. Operating in offshore conditions, our designs benefit from our experience in the design of performing hull-form for high level of seakeeping and fuel efficiency. As fuel consumption and gas emissions are very important parameters for ship operators and their clients, MAURIC proposes solutions optimized with regards to hull form and propulsion configuration for minimizing the fuel consumption while maintaining high level of Dynamic Positioning (DP1 or DP2 configurations) and Track-Keeping performances at sea. Comfort on board is of primary interest for our customers and our designs have optimized ergonomics of working areas for improving safety and large accommodation with reduced level of noise and vibration to contain all the personnel.

MAURIC Construction Support Vessels have large dry and liquid cargo capacities and deep-water offshore operations capabilities thanks to large deep-sea cranes or large ROVs launch and recovery systems. The equipment on board and propulsion configuration can be customized to answer cost-efficiently to your operational requirements.

MAURIC sea-proven solutions for Construction Support Vessels offers great safety, flexibility and operability for optimizing your operations at sea.


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