ST to design new green energy vessel for REM Offshore

We are proud to announce that Skipsteknisk has been selected to design the new Energy Subsea Construction Vessel (ESCV) for REM Offshore.

The new ST-245 ESCV
The new ST-245 ESCV for REM Offshore with the optional vessel in the background

This is a completely new design from Skipsteknisk, designated ST-245 ESCV , developed in close cooperation with REM. The newbuilding is ground-breaking and uses a number of solutions where energy consumption is almost halved compared to comparable tonnage in today's market, as well as meeting future requirements for zero emissions.

The vessel will be equipped with dual-fuel methanol engines in combination with battery packs. All offshore lifting equipment, including the 250 T crane, is electric and regenerates power to the batteries. The working deck is over 1,400 m2, and it is also prepared for the installation of an offshore gangway for use in offshore wind.

The ST-245 will mainly be used for:

  • Commissioning and recycling work
  • Support for the energy industry
  • Crane operations
  • Subsea operations

The ST-245 will be built at Myklebust Verft and will be delivered in 2026 and REM has an option for building one additional vessel of the same design.

The ST-team is looking forward to work with REM Offshore and Myklebust Verft.

For further details contact: Bjørn-Oscar Kløvning
SVP Sales Offshore and Renewable Designs
+47 916 36 807