Ulstein seismic research vessels enables high operability during harsh conditions.
Our subsea portfolio includes flexible designs for Offshore Construction, Well Intervention , Inspection/Maintenance/Repair, Subsea Umbilicals and Risers and Flowlines.
Cable lay vessel designs for telecom, infield, power cables and umbilical.
Anchor Handling Tug Supply
Our AHTS designs are characterized by a hull and an engine/propulsion system configuration that secure maximized bollard pull as well as fuel efficient operations.
Heavy lift and pipe lay
Our Derrick Lay Vessel design portfolio comprises state-of-the-art construction vessels with heavy lift and pipelay capabilities, which can be fully customised to client requirements.
Our designs within the Diving support range are equipped to support a wide range of offshore field development duties.
Our Drillship portfolio includes modular designs for world wide operations and for more specialised operations like in the Caspian Sea and the Arctic.
Emergency Response Rescue
Our Emergency Response Rescue Vessel (ERRV) range includes vessels performing field support and response operations as well as standby/rescue/emergency towing and coastguard/patrol duties worldwide.
Our platform supply vessel range includes smaller to medium sized PSV vessels and larger multipurpose PSVs. These vessels are specialized for efficient supply and support operations worldwide.
We integrate customised and standardised tools to your design.TTS COLIBRI™
WHAT WE OFFER:
- Cost-effective designs
- Market knowledge - trends and and end-user needs
- Delivery on time to the agreed price and quality
- Ship upgrades and conversions
- Equipment for deepwater operations
- Shipbuilding and repair/conversions at our own yard - covered dry dock
- Partner yards and supervision worldwide
4 reasons why Internet of Things will change life at Sea
The amount of available data from vessels is growing. Control systems on board vessels contain large amounts of measuring points with a high sampling rate. This gives several valuable effects and can turn business at sea greener, safer and more profitable with new exciting possibilities.
What is a better ship?
3 steps can be explored to evaluate the better ship - different vessel performance perspectives of efficiency, effectiveness and efficacy.
From oil and gas to offshore wind
For generations, we have delivered ship designs to service oil and gas installations in the world’s harshest sea areas. Offshore wind is a new segment in the offshore family, and the knowledge of how the weather can impact the vessel is of great value when developing designs and solutions for offshore renewables.