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a diverse range of wind farms, sea conditions and harbors. The more knowledge crews have about the en- vironment they are working in and the capability of their vessel, the bet- ter the decisions that could impact the safety of the team will be.”

In the competitive world of sup- port vessel operation, establishing and maintaining a reputation for quality, safety, and availability is crucial to securing and retaining contracts. On this side of the big pond, and in the emerging offshore wind sector, com- panies that take the lead and adopt vessel monitoring best practices will eventually cut costs, ensure crew safety and maximize vessel availability – not to mention set operational stan- dards in the market and secure work with established project owners mov- ing over from Europe.

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