Subsea technology company Rovco has once again chartered Glomar Offshore’s DP2 vessel Glomar Wave following offshore wind ROV campaigns in summer and autumn last year.
The Edinburgh-based company utilised the 2014-built Glomar Wave for work on offshore wind farms in both UK and German waters.
The 66.4-metre subsea support and accommodation vessel, equpped with Seaeye Leopard WROV, will now support Rovco’s offshore wind farm inspection projects in 2021.
Rovco, who recently secured a contract to carry out work at Scotland’s Beatrice offshore wind farm, will use Glomar Wave for asset and cable depth of burial inspections.
In January this year, the company announced a record year for 2020, delivering £7.5 million ($10.3 million) in revenues – mostly from offshore wind and also a 286 per cent overall increase on 2019.