Windcarrier Service Catamaran

The Bayard class vessels are multi-purpose and specifically designed and built for supporting offshore wind farms. The vessels are known for their outstanding performance, and in combination with their flexibility and efficiency, they are redefining the role of maritime support in the offshore wind industry.

21 m Catamaran - BAYARD 1

Bayard 1 being the first of in total 7 Windcarrier Service Vessels. 

21 m Catamaran - BAYARD 2

Bayard 2 being the second of in total 7 Windcarrier Service Vessels.

21 m Catamaran - BAYARD 3

Bayard 3 being the third of in total 7 Windcarrier Service Vessels. 

21 m Catamaran - BAYARD 4

Bayard 4 being the fourth of in total 7 Windcarrier Service Vessels..

21 m Catamaran - BAYARD 5

Bayard 5 being the fifth of in total 7 Windcarrier Service Vessels

21 m Catamaran - BAYARD 6

Bayard 6 bieng the sixth of in total 7 Windcarrier Service Vessels. 

21 m Catamaran - BAYARD 7

Bayard 7 bieng the seventh of in total 7 Windcarrier Service Vessels. 

  • Type of vessel: Service Vessel for Offshore Wind Turbines
  • Design: Båtservice Mandal as – Ola Lilloe Olsen
  • Client: Fred Olsen Windcarrier
  • Building material: Aluminium Alloy
  • Lenght overall: 20,09m
  • Breath: 7m
  • Draft: 1,5m
  • Speed: 30 knots
  • Range: 300 n.m.
  • Fuel tank: 6000 l
  • Main engine: 2 x MAN D2842 LE410 V12 749kW
  • Class: DNV + 1A1 HSLC R2, Windfarm Service 1
  • Yard No: 101
  • Gear: Servogear 220 Ration 2,952:1
  • Propulsion: CP Propeller Servogear Ecoflow
  • Delivered: 06.05.2013

Monohull Pilot

18 M MONOHULL – ANHE & ANXIE

Used as Jury Boats during the Olympic Games in Beijing

Monohull Search and Rescue

The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (NSSR). Saving lives at sea.The first rescue boat went into service in 1893, and in 1894 the Colin Archer saved 37 lives in a storm off the coast of Finnmark.Today, there are 43 vessels continuously manned and on standby along the coast of Norway. The society has about 6000 engagements every year.13 of the 43 boats are operated by volunteers, two of these volunteer boats are based on Norway’s two biggest lakes: Mjøsa and Femunden. The rest of the boats are manned by a professional crew who live and work onboard on a 28 day rotation.

21 m monohull KAPTEIN SKAUGEN RS108

The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (NSSR). Saving lives at sea.

21 m monohull KNUT HOEM RS107

The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (NSSR). Saving lives at sea.

22,5 m monohull HALFDAN GREIG RS136

The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (NSSR). Saving lives at sea.

22,5 m monohull Det Norske Veritas RS125

The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (NSSR). Saving lives at sea.

22,5 m monohull GJERT WILHELMSEN RS132

The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (NSSR). Saving lives at sea.

22,5 m monohull HARALD V RS126

The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (NSSR). Saving lives at sea.

22,5 m monohull KRISTIAN GERHARD JEBSEN RS137

The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (NSSR). Saving lives at sea.

23 m monohull PETER HENRY VON KOSS RS111

The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (NSSR). Saving lives at sea.

23 m monohull REIDAR VON KOSS RS110

The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue (NSSR). Saving lives at sea.

Passenger Catamaran

These High Speed passenger vessels are more ”on-time” with a punctuality at an average rate of 95 %.
Carbon Cat with a reduction of fuel consumption at 57 % and a reduction of NOX/emission at 66 %.

24 m Carbon Catamaran - FALKEFJELL

High Speed vessel with unique sea going capacities, lightweight, less fuel, less emission.

28 m Catamaran - Sea Lord - The Triplets

30 m Catamaran - TANSØY - KYSTEKSPRESSEN

33 m River Catamaran - TWIN CITY LINER

This vessel is a light aluminium high-speed catamaran with jet propulsion. Due to its low draft and low wash, the high-speed catamaran is the perfect solution for the Danube Canal, which is often very shallow in the summer. This vessel sails from city center to city center Wien – Bratislava daily.

33 m River Catamaran - TWIN CITY LINER

This vessel is a light aluminium high-speed catamaran with jet propulsion. Due to its low draft and low wash, the high-speed catamaran is the perfect solution for the Danube Canal, which is often very shallow in the summer. This vessel sails from city center to city center Wien – Bratislava daily.

35 m Carbon Catamaran - FLØYFJELL

High Speed vessel with unique sea going capacities, lightweight, less fuel, less emission.

35 m Carbon Catamaran - KISTEFJELL

High Speed vessel with unique sea going capacities, lightweight, less fuel, less emission.

35 m Carbon Catamaran - SOLLIFJELL

High Speed vessel with unique sea going capacities, lightweight, less fuel, less emission.

40 m Catamaran - Sea Lord - Fjord Dronningen

40 m Catamaran - Sea Lord - Tavous 1 & 2

40 m Catamaran- Sea Lord - DODEKANISOS EXPRESS

40 m Catamaran- Sea Lord - DODEKANISOS PRIDE

42 m Catamaran - Westamaran - MIRAGE

  • Type of vessel: Passenger Ferry
  • Design: Båtservice Mandal as
  • Client: Strinzis Lines, Greece
  • Lenght overall: 42m
  • Breath: 10,26m
  • Draft: 1,88m
  • Speed: 39 knots
  • Fuel tank: 18,000 l
  • Main engine: 4 x MTU 2000 16V 396 TE74L 2 x Each 2000kW – 2 x Each 1500kW
  • Class: DNV + 1A1 HSLC R2, Pass. EO
  • Yard No: 17
  • Passengers: 386
  • Gear: 4 x Reintjes 730 HL/HR
  • Propulsion: 4 x Kamewa S56 SI Waterjets
  • Authorities: G.M.S.I.
  • Delivered: June 1998

Workboat Catamaran

22 m Catamaran - LINDESNES

36 m Oil Pollution Cat - AIN DAR 7 & 8

Police

15 m High Speed Patrol Vessel for the Oslo Police

A powerful high speed vessel to fight crime on the sea.

  • Type of vessel: mono hull
  • Design: Båtservice Mandal as – A/S Naval Dynamics
  • Client: Oslo Police District
  • Building material: Aluminium Alloy
  • Lenght overall: 15 m
  • Breath: 4,53 m
  • Draft: 1,43 m
  • Speed: 42 knots +
  • Range: 10 hours at 35 knots
  • Fuel tank: 2500 l
  • Main engine: 2 x Volvo Penta D13, 800hk / 2300rpm
  • Towing hook: 4 tons
  • Class: NOR/Scandinavian Boat Standard
  • Yard No: 122
  • Propulsion: Volvo IPS 1050, Twin IPS3
  • Delivered: 2013