New Offshore Construction Vessel Joins Multraship Fleet

Press Release
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Multrasalvor 3: Photo courtesy of Multraship

Multraship takes delivery of Multrasalvor 3 built by Damen Shipyards for work offshore UK.

Multraship continues to invest in its diverse fleet of towage and salvage vessels to help provide the highest levels of responsive service to the international shipping industry.

The company has taken delivery of Multrasalvor 3, a new Multi-Cat 2409 from Damen which is a bigger and better version of their old Multrasalvor, which has now been sold.

The new Multi Cat has two cranes, spud-poles, an A-frame and a double-drum winch. It is extremely versatile and capable of undertaking a diverse range of roles in the maritime contracting and salvage sectors.

Multrasalvor 3 has currently assumed Multrasalvor’s role as a workboat in the London Gateway offshore wind farm project in the River Thames estuary.

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