CS RECORDER

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CS RECORDER

Postby gratkinson62 » Tue Mar 07, 2017 5:35 pm

Formerly MAERSK RECORDER she changed her name over the weekend although AIS was showing her a CS RECORDER from last Thursday.
At first I thought she was renamed on charter's preference but she has lost the MAERSK star on her funnel
Regards
Graham

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See details at: viewtopic.php?f=21&t=10804&p=21575#p21575
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Re: CS RECORDER

Postby northeast » Wed Mar 08, 2017 7:38 am

Seen in the River Fal 16/05/2004, WSS AGM cruise.
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Cheers, George
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Re: CS RECORDER

Postby magoonigal » Wed Mar 08, 2017 9:30 pm

New owners are GLOBAL MARINE SYSTEMS of Chelmsford as of the 1st March 2017.

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Paul Hood. + WSS Tyneside Branch Hon Sec.
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Re: CS RECORDER

Postby Dennis Maccoy » Sun Apr 09, 2017 3:58 pm

In the upper harbour at Blyth this afternoon.
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Re: CS RECORDER

Postby gratkinson62 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:36 am

Sailed for Teesport at 6 this morning
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Re: CS RECORDER

Postby teesships » Mon Jul 03, 2017 9:23 am

CS RECORDER (9207053), United Kingdom, 6292gt, completed Stralsund 10-2000
2000 MAERSK RECORDER - 2017 CS RECORDER

Now with dark blue hull at Blyth - 2 July 2017:
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Re: CS RECORDER

Postby gratkinson62 » Tue Aug 08, 2017 6:26 pm

UTILISING THE Q1000, CS RECORDER COMPLETES CABLE REBURIAL
PROJECT IN THREE WEEKS
Global Marine Group (GMG), a
leading provider of offshore
engineering services to the
renewables, telecommunications and
oil & gas industries, announced
today that it has successfully
completed a remedial cable burial
project for Prinses Amaliawindpark
(PAWP), a wind farm off the
Netherlands’ West Coast. PAWP
covers an area of around 14km2 and
comprises of 60 wind turbines that
are connected by eight in-field cable
strings that converge at the central offshore high voltage station. The project, operated by Eneco, [an
energy company responsible for generating and supplying sustainable energy originating from wind,
heat, biomass and solar farms,] was completed according to schedule and in conjunction with
operational and safety standards. Upon completion, the customer described the outcome as having
met ‘superb standards’. GMG’s first project with Eneco has been executed by CWind, which is part
of the GMG and is responsible for delivering the Company’s power capabilities. The contract was
secured in part, due to GMG’s proven track record of completing complex cable burial projects and
to having the trenching equipment already mobilised for rapid deployment. The project utilised
CWind’s in-house resources including the CS Recorder, which has DP2 dynamic positioning; the
Q1000, a powerful remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) jet trenching system; as well as a skilled

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onshore and offshore engineering team. The 28km shore connection cable responsible for delivering
power to the onshore substation was installed in 2007 and was trenched below the seabed to depths
of up to three metres. Natural movement of the seabed in the subsequent ten years reduced its burial
depth. As such, the main objective of the project was to rebury the cable to ensure its protection in
commercial waters, and to comply with the site’s permit requirements. “We are extremely pleased
with the work carried out for us by the CWind team,” said Jeroen Achterberg, Eneco Project
Manager. “With a 100% clean safety record and high levels of safety awareness during the reburial
project, the results led to the project being completed within schedule and to superb standards.” Lee
Andrews, Managing Director of CWind added, “Key to the success of the PAWP assignment was our
ability to respond quickly to the client’s requirements by drawing on available in-house resources
and, of course, our wide experience in offshore wind farm engineering. We completed the project in
just three weeks with utmost safety and efficiency – great work by all concerned.”
(Press Release)
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Re: CS RECORDER

Postby teesships » Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:17 pm

Blyth - 7 August 2017:
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