New contract for PSV Rem Arctic

Rem Offshore is pleased to announce that our PSV Rem Arctic has been awarded for a 1 year contract plus 4 x 6 monthly options with Vår Energi. Start of this contract will be in March/April 2021. Rem really appreciate the trust given, and are looking forward to a good and long cooperation with Vår Energi. The contract has been entered into on market terms.

New contract for Rem Trader

Rem Offshore is pleased to announce that our PSV Rem Trader has been awarded a campaign contract for 2021 and 2022 with Van Oord. The campaign is for the Saint Brieuc Offshore Windfarm and is in the offshore wind segment. Rem is looking forward to place PSV’s in other segments to show the diversity and capability of our fleet.

New contract for Rem Saltire

Rem Offshore are proud to announce a new contract for Rem Saltire, which is currently performing deep water node laying in the US Gulf. As part of the contract Rem Saltire will be equipped with the latest technology ROV launch and recovery systems from Evotec, which will give added operability, resulting in significant cost savings for our client.

Long-term charter contract with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy for our newbuild CSV Rem Energy

Rem Offshore are delighted to announce a long-term charter contract with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy for our newbuild CSV Rem Energy.

The vessel will be performing maintenance on various wind farms in Germany. Rem Inspector will perform the role as frontrunner to the newbuild and having already worked on the Global Tech 1 wind farm for two seasons she will return for most of 2021.

“The vessel has been developed in close cooperation with designer and client, and has several inventive features which meet future requirements for zero emission and optimal workflow. It has been a great pleasure to work in close cooperation with SGRE team, designer and yard to optimize Rem Energy”, says Ronny Pål Kvalsvik, Technical & Purchasing Manager in Rem.

“We are proud to continue supporting Siemens Gamesa in their quest for optimal solutions for the offshore wind industry. We have dedicated large resources for growth in renewables, and it is with great pleasure we can start seeing the results of this hard work.”, says Fredrik Remøy, CEO in Rem Offshore.

CSV for REM Offshore

REM Offshore AS has signed a contract with Green Yard Kleven in Ulsteinvik to build an offshore wind vessel. Hull 398 will be completed as a Construction Service Vessel (CSV) for REM Offshore. The ship is designed by Havyard Design & Solutions AS and is of the type «HAVYARD 833 CSV».

Immediate start of construction

The work for planning and engineering had an early start up that gives the possibility to start construction immediately. The ship is planned delivered in Q4 2021 and tailor made to operate as a service operational vessel.

 "It is a great pleasure for Rem Offshore to be able to return to Kleven with a newbuild order, especially at a time that has been marked by uncertainty for the entire local community. This contract shows how adaptable the maritime cluster at Sunnmøre is. For us as a shipping company, this is the first newbuild contract within offshore wind, with a forward-looking design concept that has been developed in close cooperation with Havyard and end customer, Says CEO in Rem Offshore Fredrik Remøy.

 Important for the local maritime industry

Both the Owner, shipyard, designer, and several other subcontractors are located locally.

This is an important project for the local maritime industry as it will give assignments and work for many companies next year. In addition to giving ripple effects in a demanding time, it is an exciting assignment for Green Yard Kleven, says Kjetil Bollestad, CEO at Green Yard Kleven.

 Future-oriented environmental focus.

The basic principle for the design of the vessel is to meet future operational and environmental requirements with the best and robust technical solutions. In addition to the environmental focus, great emphasis has been placed on safety onboard the vessel for personal and goods. – We are happy to be a contributor to this fantastic project. Based on our long experience with development for offshore wind, we have re-designed the vessel, with a strong focus on safe W2W operations and energy-efficient operation for low emissions. In addition, the vessel is prepared to meet the future demands for zero emissions, both in terms of opportunities for the expansion of the current battery pack and future installation of fuel cells, victory Lars Conradi Andersen, Sales Director Havyard.

 General The vessel shall be delivered as a CSV (Construction Service Vessel), tailormade for operations on offshore wind installations.

 Main particulars

  • Design: HAVYARD 833 CSV
  • Length &Beam: 89,7 x 19,6m
  • W2W (Walk to Work) gangway and three cranes
  • Accommodation for 99 personnel
  • Weather deck and automated warehouse below deck for spare parts and goods
  • Prepared for Zero emission with Fuel cells and/or energy storage (battery)