Marine Assets Corporation (MAC) is please to announce the delivery of a specially designed anchor handling tug (AHT) for Stanford Marine, Dubai.
Marine Assets Corporation (MAC) has a proven track record in the turnkey delivery of new build vessels for the offshore market. Vessels are constructed to internationally recognised quality standards, at an economically attractive price.
Over the last ten years, MAC has overseen and participated in the successful delivery of over 30 vessels from some of the best shipyards in China and, with the establishment and continuation of solid relationships with select shipbuilding yards and vendors, we can offer cost effective solutions to the new build requirements of our existing and prospective clients.
New build supervision is a speciality of MAC, with an on-the-ground Chinese and Chinese-speaking team ably supported by our international management team. This collective wealth of expertise and experience enables us to offer our customers a variety of options, ranging from hands on supervision of existing projects, to advice on design and yard selection; all delivered at the right price.
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Another of MAC’s specialties is new build resales. Due to our increasing customer database of speculative builders, MAC has a hands-on knowledge of upcoming vessel availabilities.
MAC is also a supplier of specialised tonnage. We moved away from the main stream some time ago with a vision for what the future requires. By doing this we concentrate on building and designing vessels for tomorrow’s market, such as our flag ship compact semi-submersible (CSS).
New build management
We offer our customers flexible, tailor-made solutions for services and resources. Our focus is on the customer and the individual needs of each client.
We offer full planning, design, tendering, construction and supervision of new buildings. Projects are completed by professional staff experienced in working with major shipbuilders on a wide variety of vessel types.
Due to our focused area of operations and continually growing network in speculative newbuilds, we have a continually changing vessel availability list. Please contact us with your immediate requirements.
The CSS design embodies semi-submersible technology and offers a lower cost-alternative to large accommodation vessels and jack-up barges in support of offshore operations. The objective of the design is to respond to the need for greater flexibility, coupled with the capability to provide cost-effective solutions in the provision of accommodation and offshore support services.
The CSS will allow for the provision of multiple services desired by oil and gas operators to improve production and reduce costs, with weather working capabilities that significantly exceed that of units of similar dimensions. Precise and fuel-efficient manoeuvring capabilities are achieved through the highest class dynamic positioning system (DP3), and a diesel electric propulsion system.
The CSS vessels can be tailored to any type, but for now we are concentrating in accommodation, maintenance and light well intervention.
PSV / MPSV vessels
Apart from our future CSS variants we also focus on PSV/MPSV vessels.
In conjunction with a designer we have helped create extremely capable vessels with competitive tank capacities for an economical price. These vessels are the 60M, 75M and 86M. There is a considerable amount of flexibility in these vessels to be made custom to specific requirements, including below deck pedestal foundations for cranes, forecastle stiffening for Helidecks and flexible accommodation arrangements. All designs meet all the latest regulations.
All specification sheets are available to download from our website.
MAC and Mawei Shipyard are pleased to announce the successful launching of 50m anchor handling tug (AHT) the Stanford Mustang.
Marine Assets Corporation (MAC) is pleased to announce the recent signing of four new build OSV contracts with Fujian Mawei Ship Yard in SE China.
MAC is pleased to announce the successful launch of the first in a series of 60m DPS-2 platform supply vessels (PSVs), at the company's partner shipyard Fujian Mawei, located in SE China.
The compact semi-submersible vessel CSS Olympia, delivered by Marine Assets Corporation (MAC) earlier this year, has won the award for 'Offshore Support Vessel of the Year' at the 2014 OSJ Awards held at the Lancaster Hotel in London.
New build vessel delivery expert Marine Assets Corporation (MAC) is pleased to announce that CSS Olympia has been shortlisted by the Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference Advisory Panel for the Support Vessel of the Year Award.
New-build vessels delivery expert Marine Assets Corporation (MAC) has delivered the first compact semi-submersible (CSS) accommodation vessel to new owner Gran Energy of Brazil.