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AT THE HEART OF THE EAST OF ENGLAND MARITIME HUB


Since 2009 Iceni Marine Services, based in Lowestoft, has established itself as one the UK’s leading operators of offshore windfarm crew transfer vessels


Founded by Richard Thurlow and Guy Gibson on the back of five years’ experience in the offshore wind power industry and over 20 years within the North Sea oil & gas industry, today Iceni is an important part of the Turner Group of companies.


STRONG MARITIME TRADITION


Since the beginning, Iceni have been based in Lowestoft – now a hub for the offshore windfarm industry in the East of England. With a strong maritime tradition, the area has seen the development of a robust infrastructure to support offshore wind – combining a network of companies with skilled personnel, all supported by excellent communications and harbour access.


NEW PREMISES


In 2016 Iceni relocated to new, much larger premises in Lowestoft, within sight of the Orbis Energy hub. The new building provides space for extensive spares ranges for all of Iceni’s ten vessel fleet, as well as offices and fully equipped training rooms. Richard Thurlow explained: “Having a range of essential spares on hand for each vessel provides that extra level of reassurance and convenience for our crews – whilst the location and increased space have also made a massive difference.”


CONTRACT WINS


Iceni’s success is based on a state- of-the-art fleet, highly experienced


personnel and the confidence that comes from working on some of the UK’s key windfarm projects, particularly in the East of England. In 2010, Iceni were awarded a two-year contract by Siemens for Greater Gabbard offshore windfarm, situated off the Suffolk coast. Initially this was for two smaller vessels, Iceni Courage & Spirit, but as the project developed they were joined by Iceni Defiant & Pride – the latter winning a five-year contract with Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm Ltd.


During the construction phase the Iceni vessels provided a range of services including crew transfer, supplying cargo to the hotel ship and marine control. Iceni Defiant also trialled the Maxcess stabilised crew transfer system for 18 months, gathering performance and safety data.


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