MRE launches Manor Endurance

In: Vessels
26/08/2020
Manor Renewable Energy Ltd (MRE) has officially launched its latest multi-purpose vessels offshore wind farm service vessel, Manor Endurance. A traditional naming ceremony of the vessel was held at the companies headquarters in Portland yesterday (25 August 2020).

Built in the Manor Marine shipyard on the south coast of the UK and delivered in July 2020, she has been fitted with an electric hybrid battery system, and quad IPS units. It is currently outfitted to provide seating for 12 personnel at 2-metre spacing and a further 8 separate cabins for social distancing during the pandemic.

The 26 metre vessel is a sister ship to
Manor Ventureand has been designed by Walker Marine Design. It offers a deck space of 140m2 and fuel capacity of over 30 tons, with 7 days offshore endurance.  

MRE now operates four vessels,
Manor Venture, Manor Initiative and Manor Enterpriseand Manor Endurance.It supports offshore wind construction and operations and maintenance activities with services such as vessel provision and temporary power.

Earlier this month, MRE signed a contract with Yunneng Wind Power Co. Ltd for the provision of temporary power during the turbine construction phase of the
Yunlin offshore wind farm. Yunneng Wind Power Co. Ltd is the project company of the offshore wind farm belonging to German developer wpd AG. This is the first contract MRE has signed in Taiwan.

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