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Highly Experienced Operator

Commercial Rib Charter have supplied cable laying safety vessels, patrol boats, crew transfers and shore pull-in assistance during the construction phase of several wind farms including the London Array Wind Farm, Race Bank Wind Farm, Kentish Flats, Aberdeen Wind Farm, Galloper Wind Farm and many more . Clients include Westminster Dredging, Boskalis, The Volker Group, Dong Energy, Vatenfall, Briggs Marine, Deme Group, VBMS, Fugro, Hughes Sub Sea, Smit International and many more.

""The vessels supplied by your company were always of a very high standard and never failed to meet our clients expectations and audit requirements. On behalf of the whole project team I would like to thank CRC."" - VBMS.

Specialisation in Guard and Patrol Boats

Our guard and patrol boats are particularly well suited to working the danger zone around the cable laying operation. Our crew have experience in communications and redirecting both commercial and leisure traffic with courtesy and efficiency.

Crew Transfer

With crew transfer boats coded to category 1 giving an operating range of 150 miles from safe haven, our larger boats are able to carry up to 12 passengers in comfort and safety on suspension seats enabling efficient shift changes around the clock.

Not all sites require the expense of a large catamaran work boat; our cabin Ribs use less fuel, go faster in greater comfort and are significantly cheaper to operate than larger traditional equivalents.

Shore End Support

The shallow draft of our vessels makes them suitable for operating in coastal waters as well as offshore. We have experience of cable pull-in and general inshore assistance. Our fleet offers craft suitable for assisting cable shore end landings.

Talk to us
Do you have a commercial or industrial Rib requirement? We operate across all major European ports. Call us now on 01590 607103 or for 24h support call 07979 533722.

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