Offshore Vessels

Wärtsilä is the leading designer for OSVs, and our extensive reference list for offshore vessels include everything from complex Offshore Construction Vessels to the world’s most advanced LNG powered ships, and low cost AHTS Vessels. We take pride in making customised designs according to the specific needs of the customer, achieving the right balance in functionality and new build cost.

Why our customers chose us:

  • End-to-end local capabilities in Europe and Asia
  • Combination of expert knowledge, track record and innovation
  • On-time delivery
  • Reduced risk by integration between the products and design secures the construction, performance and operation
  • Flexibility in selection of yard and equipment make

    Vessel types
    • All types of OSVs, including Platform Supply Vessels, AHTS, IMR, ROV, Offshore Construction Vessels and Dive Support Vessels
    • Accommodation Vessels
    • Pipe Laying Vessels, Barges and Cable Laying Vessels
    • Stand-by and Field Support Vessels

    Offshore Wind

    Custom made designs for the offshore industry

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    AHTS

    Simplicity, efficiency, low fuel consumption, & reduced environmental impact

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    PSV

    State-of-the-art designs factoring environmental concerns without compromising performance

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    Specialised Offshore Vessels

    Custom made designs for the offshore industry

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    • Wind Innovation - offshore vessel conversion
      Rebuilding of a Seismic Survey Vessel, the ‘Viking II’, for use as a hotel vessel.

      Wind Innovation - offshore vessel conversion

    • Seven Arctic
      Wärtsilä Ship Design’s VS 4285 HCV design will be one of most capable heavy construction vessels in Subsea 7’s fleet of over 40 ships.

      Seven Arctic

    • VS 4235 Dive Support Vessel
      The Wärtsilä design features a unique combination of capabilities, including deep water (6000 metres) salvage operations, deep water pipe laying and construction work, and saturation (SAT) diving operations for 24 divers using two diving bells.

      VS 4235 Dive Support Vessel

    • Seven Kestrel diving support vessel
      Wärtsilä has delivered the design for a new diving support vessel (DSV) to be built for Subsea 7, the seabed-to-surface engineering, construction, and services contractor to the offshore energy industry.

      Seven Kestrel diving support vessel

    Related press releases

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    Articles

    Southeast Asia’s shipyards pin...

    As orders for jackups and offshore vessels vanish, yards in SE Asia are betting on liftboats to fill...
    12 October 2016
    • Twentyfour7. article

    Design that holds its value

    Bigger, better and more fuel-efficient designs are among the trends that Wärtsilä is establishing with...
    24 February 2015
    • Twentyfour7. article

    New LNG Tug opens a market

    Wärtsilä recently signed a contract related to the first LNG Tug to operate in the Middle East. This represents a milestone for two major...
    22 April 2015
    • In Detail article

    Safe Working in Rough Seas

    WÄRTSILÄ SHIP DESIGN has won a contract from Subsea 7 for the design of a new, state-of-the-art diving support vessel ...
    10 September 2013
    • Twentyfour7. article

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