AHTS Vessels

AHTS Vessels

ECGS Provide throw its partners Anchor Handling Tug Supply (AHTS) vessels are mainly built to handle anchors for oil rigs, tow them to location, anchor them up and, in a few cases, serve as an Emergency Rescue and Recovery Vessel (ERRV). They are also used to transport supplies to and from offshore drilling rigs.

Many of these vessels are designed to meet the harsh conditions of the North Sea, and can undertake supply duties there between land bases and drilling sites.[1][2] They also provide towing assistance during tanker loading, deepwater anchor handling, and towing of threatening objects.







AHTS vessels differ from Platform supply vessels (PSVs) in being fitted with winches for towing and anchor handling, having an open stern to allow the decking of anchors, and having more power to increase the bollard pull. The machinery is specifically designed for anchor handling operations. They also have arrangements for quick anchor release, which is operable from the bridge or other normally manned location in direct communication with the bridge. The reference load used in the design and testing of the towing winch is twice the static bollard pull.

Even if AHTS-vessels are customized for anchor-handling and towing, they can also undertake, for example, ROV (remotely operated underwater vehicle) services, safety/rescue services, and supply duties between mainland and offshore installations.[3] 




Our AHTS Vessels Works Clients :

  • M/V Misr Gulf 13 : Shell
  • M/V Bourbon Aladin : Shell
  • M/V Sea Lion : Shell
  • M/V Sea Jaguar : Shell
  • M/V Maridive 230 : Shell
  • M/V Bourbon Liberty 205 : Shell
  • M/V Brodospas Alfa : PETROBEL
  • M/V Bourbon Liberty 222  : PETROBEL
  • M/V Sea Lion : BURULLUS
  • M/V Bourbon Liberty 204 : BURULLUS
  • M/V Bourbon Bergstein : BURULLUS
  • M/V Maridive 86 : ABU QIR
  • M/V Bourbon Liberty 204 : PETROBEL
  • M/V Bourbon Liberty 108 : BURULLUS
  • M/V Maridive 521 : BG EGYPT
  • M/V Bourbon Surf : BURULLUS
  • M/V Bourbon Liberty 238 : PETROBEL
  • M/V Maridive 519 : ABU QIR
  • M/V Bourbon Liberty 108 : BURULLUS
  • M/V Bourbon Liberty 248 : PETROBEL
  • M/V Ocean Taba : GUPCO
  • M/V Ocean Taba : ABU QIR
  • M/V Bourbon Liberty 108 : PETROBEL
  • M/V Maridive 212 : BURULLUS
  • M/V Maridive 521 : BURULLUS
  • M/V Maridive 230 : PETROBEL
  • M/V VOS THEIA : BG Egypt
  • M/V VOS APHRODITE : BG Egypt
  • Ocean Siwa : GUPCO
  • M/V Normand Atlantic : BURULLUS
  • M/V Normand Draupne : BURULLUS
  • M/V Bourbon Thor : SINO THARWA
  • M/V SkandiSaigon : TOTAL EGYPT
  • M/V SkandiStord : TOTAL EGYPT
  • M/V Maridive 704 : PETROBEL
  • M/V Maridive 520 : BURULLUS
  • M/VBourbon Liberty 222 : PETROBEL
  • M/V Maridive 703 : PETROBEL
  • M/V Maridive 520 : ABU QIR
  • M/V Ocean Sinia : GUPCO
  • M/V Bourbon Surf : BP EGYPT
  • M/V Bourbon 252 : PETROBEL
  • M/V Bourbon 248 : PETROBEL
  • M/V. RedSeaBrigand : ABU QIR