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MHO-Co creates the future hybrid CTVs
MHO-Co has designed two new hybrid catamarans where modern electric motors saves on weight, space and emission for the benefit of the environment as well as fuel economy in the offshore wind industry. But that is not all. The 35-meter CTVs are designed to be ready for other environmentally friendly technologies of the future, and an even more sustainable operation.
Our CTV under new flag
OCC Nerz has been reintroduced as MHO Grimsby and now sails under Danish flag.
From June 2019 we are starting a collaboration with an agent in Grimsby. This means that there will be office facilities available to our MHO-Co personnel whenever we are in Grimsby.
Introducing MHO Esbjerg
We are proud to introduce the offshore support vessel MHO Esbjerg designed by Mik Henriksen. We look forward to seeing her in action. With a length of 39m MHO Esbjerg is one of the largest CTVs in the world and designed with focus om safety, high performance and low fuel consumption.
Introducing MHO Gurli
Finally, the first of our twin vessels have been launched. MHO Gurli went on her maiden voyage on January the 28th and we are proud to introduce her as one of the largest CTVs in the world.
Great emphasis has been placed on her sustainability and comfort for the passengers she will be transporting around the European waters.
Contract for offshore support vessels signed
We are proud to tell you that a contract has been signed between BTS shipyard and MHO-Co for the construction of two 39m CTVs. The offshore support vessels have been developed in a corporation between Ørsted, Incat Crowther and MHO-Co. In the design of the CTVs there has been a sharpened focus on sea keeping and capability to stay offshore for up to 14 days without support.
MHO-Co receives the first two CTVs
A charter contract has been agreed with OPUS Marine in Hamburg for a long term charter of both of these vessels. We are looking very much forward to this cooperation with OPUS Marine. The vessels are loaded on the Alina and are on the way to Rotterdam