Rovco has chartered the 66.44 meters DP2 vessel, Glomar Wave, from vessel owners Glomar Offshore.
The vessel will provide the ideal platform to support Rovco’s campaign of secured remotely operated vehicles (ROV) projects. This includes operational offshore wind farms in both UK and German waters during the coming months.
On the vessel, the company will mobilize a dedicated offshore team, to operate recently purchased Seaeye Leopard work-class ROV system and a second observation class ROV.
“The charter of the Glomar Wave puts us in a very good position to deliver our booked projects successfully through the UK and Germany. We are excited to be working alongside Glomar to support the offshore wind industry.”Ian Bryan, Rovco COO.
The Glomar Wave is a Service Operations Vessel (SOV) built-in 2014, providing accommodation for up to 60 personnel. The purpose-built vessel provides a wide deck space of 300m2, a deck load of 5 mt/m2 and 3 cranes for multi-purpose operations.
“We are excited to commence this first charter with Rovco, looking forward to an expanded cooperation in both the North Sea and Baltic Renewables markets.”Panos Komninos, chartering manager at Glomar Offshore.