Atlantic Wind Transfers is currently providing a long-term 15-year contract to Orsted for crew Transfer vessel (CTV) services for the Block Island Wind Farm. The Atlantic Pioneer is the 1st purpose-built U.S. Coast Guard Approved, Jones-Act Compliant crew transfer vessel placed into service in April 2016.
Atlantic Wind Transfers is leading the way in the United States in providing safe, reliable offshore wind Crew Transfer Vessels (CTV) for construction and O&M. We currently provide crew transfer services for Orsted and GE Renewable Energy in the nation’s first offshore wind farm off Block Island. We are also leading the way in the US Offshore Wind Farm Support sector. We currently own and operate the first Offshore Wind Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV) in the United States servicing the Block Island Wind Farm since 2014, we currently have our second vessel under construction and when its delivered in Nov 2020 the CTV will begin servicing the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind Farm for Dominion Energy.
If you are looking for a purpose-built Jones Act Compliant crew transfer vessel we can help make your project a success.
Our home port based in Quonset Point, Rhode Island and offers over 500 feet of dock space within a protected Harbor and is the closest point of departure to support proposed future offshore wind farm projects off the south coast of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. Our company's experience is unmatched in operating in these offshore waters while providing over 12,000 passenger trips between the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Block Island. Atlantic Wind Transfers also has the capability and experience to operate its vessels remotely from any location along the east coast of the United States to offer offshore wind support. We are looking to build long-term relationships with our customers as the offshore wind industry grows.