Convert Platform Supply Vessels to Commercial Fishing Boats
Video: Convert PSVs to Fishing Vessels
With the decline of the offshore oil and gas industry, many in the industry are seeking new opportunities for Platform Supply Vessels (PSVs). Jensen Maritime specializes in converting PSVs into revenue-driving commercial fishing boats, often a faster and more cost-effective option than buying new.
LNG-Bunkering Articulated Tug-Barge
Ideal for mobile bunkering, this ATB is also oceans rated, meaning that it is not limited to the intracoastal waterways. This flexible design feature allows the vessel to facilitate the transfer and use of small-scale LNG in places with limited infrastructure, including offshore locations. The design was developed using Jensen’s production engineering capabilities, which makes the construction and assembly more efficient.
Leading the way in LNG vessel designs
Developed from the successful “Valor” Class of escort tugs, this version has two LNG fueled Bergen engines providing the propulsive power. A single double walled gas tank is situated aft of the engine room and extends up into the deck house. Sufficient fuel is carried aboard to allow for a weekly bunkering operation.
Jensen designs innovative double-skin ASD tugs
Jensen announces the delivery of two 92 ft., 50-ton bollard-pull Azimuth Stern Drive (ASD) tugboats for Caribbean TugZ, an affiliate of SEACOR Holdings Inc., for operation in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. The "Aura" and "Atlas" were built at Great Lakes Shipyard and were delivered in June 2013.
Significant Boat Award Winner 2012 - Ocean Wave & Wind
The exciting new Ocean-Class tugs for Crowley offer immense power and endurance in an environmentally friendly, 10,880 HP, Tier II package. They feature twin screw controllable pitch propellers (CPP), in nozzles and high lift rudders. Hulls are welded steel and each will be outfitted for long-range ocean towing, firefighting and general purpose vessel requirements.
One of the World's Largest Commercial Longliner Fishing Vessels
Northern Leader, One of the Largest Fishing Vessels in the World
Jensen has designed the world’s largest longliner fishing vessel (by volume). The Northern Leader has been designed to be 184’ x 42 x 18.75’, and will support the longline fisheries of the North Pacific, Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands. The vessel’s innovative design allows for full utilization of any targeted fish species using equipment shown to have minimal environmental impact on the ocean\047s ecosystem. Technology abounds on this vessel, including a fully diesel-electric propulsion package which also contributes to the smallest possible carbon footprint. Contact Jensen today to discuss new designs and custom vessel configurations for your fleet.
Jensen Announces New Orleans Location and Office
Continuing to respond to customer needs
The company’s full services – including new design, naval architecture, marine/mechanical engineering, ship structures, electrical engineering, production engineering and construction management – will each be available from this new location. This strategic move places Jensen in close proximity to many important customers and shipyards in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.
Innovative Architects, Productive Designs
Jensen Introduces a New Platform Supply Vessel
With 12,200 square feet of available deck space and a cruising speed of 14 knots, this high-capacity platform supply vessel is ready to serve markets all over the world. This safe and productive delivery vessel can carry 5,900 long tons of cargo and consumables, along with 34 crew members. With a draft of 26 feet, length of 305 feet and a beam of 67 feet, this vessel proves that productivity and efficiency can be designed into one vessel. The crew will also notice the added comforts that Jensen has included, making it their home away from home. To add this vessel to your fleet, contact Jensen today.
Jensen wins significant boat award at Workboat Show
Jensen Maritime was honored with the Significant Boat Award at the 2014 International Workboat Show in New Orleans for the design of the 92\047 x 36\047, 5,150 HP tug, the Buckley McAllister.