Dalby Offshore was founded in 2007 and initially focused on the management of anchor handling tug/supply vessels employed in the offshore oil and gas industry. We operated the vessels world-wide including Brazil, Venezuela, Tunisia, South Africa, The North Sea, and Norway where we undertook rig moving and supply contracts.
In 2009 Dalby Offshore moved into the renewables sector providing crew transfer vessels and an offshore bunkering facility at Greater Gabbard. In 2011 we took delivery of our first wind farm support vessel (WFSV) – “Dalby Esk” – and during 2012 took delivery of three more WFSVs – Dalby Humber, Dalby Tees and Dalby Trent. Since 2011 we have acquired 5 more Wind Farm Support Vessels Dalby Aire, Dalby Derwent, Dalby Wharfe, Dalby Swale, Dalby Don & The Dalby Ribble. Bringing the total Wind Farm Support Vessels up to 10.
Our Wind Farm Support Vessels have worked on the following wind farms Greater Gabbard UK, Lynn & Inner Downsing UK, London Array UK, Karehamn, Sweden, Thanet UK, KentishFlats UK and many more.
Dalby Offshore have worked closely with the following Clients in the past and hope to grown relationships in the future Fluor, SSE, Centrica, Siemens, VSMC, Eneco,RWE,3 Sun,Statoil, DONG & Jan de Nul BV (for EON) and numerous others.
From 2010 Dalby Offshore have managed, chartered and operated the “ASV Pioneer” – a 100m length and 120 berth barge - which to date has supported the lay of an export cable at the Greater Gabbard offshore wind farm and the recovery of the “Costa Concordia” cruise ship. The vessel now has found a “niche role” as an offshore cable repair vessel.