Ginny Louise has contract extended

Contracts, Tenders and Rates - August 28, 2012

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Tidal Transit has announced that the developers of the 140-turbine Greater Gabbard Offshore windfarm off the Suffolk, UK coast, the SSE and RWE npower renewables partnership, has extended the contract for the company's crew transfer vessel Ginny Louise.

Ginny Louise and sister vessel Eden Rose were purpose-designed for use by companies involved in the planning, development and construction of offshore windfarms in the Greater Wash and southern North Sea. They are built to cope with the tough working condition and rough seas encountered by the burgeoning North Sea energy industry.

"This is the second extension for the Ginny Louise contract," says the company. "The first took us to the end of September, and this most recent one will see Ginny Louise in use by the development partnership for a further next six months at least."

 

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