Offshore services provider Mainprize Offshore is rolling out Reygar’s BareFLEET vessel monitoring system across seven of its semi-SWATH crew transfer vessels (CTVs), following a successful proof-of-concept trial on one vessel at the end of last year.
Additional installations are now planned on the remaining CTVs, with roll out expected across the new build fleet as they are delivered.
BareFLEET will be used to monitor key vessel measurements, including navigational activity, vessel motion sickness and stability during passenger transfers, as well as to track the performance and fuel efficiency of engines and other critical machinery.
This performance data will be centrally collected to improve internal and external reporting and enable more effective fleet-wide decision making.
“We like to push boundaries constantly in what we do,” said Bob Mainprize, Managing Director of Mainprize Offshore.
“BareFLEET will enable us to better understand the vessels’ performance when transferring in two metre wave height and over, whilst also managing fuel consumption and ultimately reducing emissions, for more efficient and sustainable offshore operations. It adds value to our fleet and benefits crews, clients and the wider industry.”