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Acta Marine

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Who is Acta Marine?

Acta Marine was founded in 2005 as the result of a successful merger between Dutch workboat companies Waterweg and Van Stee. Van Stee gradually established a strong position as marine provider for the development of shallow water oil and gas facilities in the Netherlands and Germany. The consolidated company was able to develop a world leading position as international operator of coastal and shallow draft workboats. Contracted by regular clients, marine support was provided on construction projects in many countries, including Chile, the Caribbean, Kazakhstan, India, Australia, Korea and the Russian Far East. These fast boats provide safe and secure transfer of personnel and cargo to and from the offshore wind turbines. In the same year the company took delivery of Acta Orion, one of the first purpose-built offshore wind walk-to-work vessels. This was a bold move for the company, as the investment and size of Acta Orion was significantly larger than anything the company had done before. Both the acquired CTV’s and the new-built Acta Orion made their successful debut for Acta Marine during the construction of the Gemini Wind park in the Netherlands.

This company is:

Service provider

Den Helder, Netherlands

101-250 Employees

Founding year: 1970

Products & services of Acta Marine

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Gemini wind farm

Located 85 kilometers above the coast of Groningen, the new offshore wind farm Gemini promises to be one of the largest wind farms in the world. It is under construction in the Dutch sector of the North Sea. The Coastal Chariot is operated in assistance of Gemini’s construction.

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A cable burial masterclass from Coastal Discovery

One of Acta Marine’s Multicats – Coastal Discovery – has completed a shallow water cable reburial project for a German offshore wind farm. The contract was carried out in close cooperation with the client’s operators and hydrographic survey team.

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Shallow water ships | Specialties Acta Marine

Acta Marine specializes in the operation of Mulicats and Tugs for coastal and shallow waters. About eighty percent of the fleet consists of these vessels.

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Marine Technology
Water transportation services, Nondurable goods,
Transportation and Warehousing
Water passenger transportation
Inland Water Transportation
Miscellaneous Nondurable Goods Merchant Wholesalers
Water Transportation


Maritime and Ship Building

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Junior Operations Project Coordinator

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Contact of Acta Marine

City: Den Helder

State: North Holland

Country: Netherlands

Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about Acta Marine

The company Acta Marine is located in Den Helder, North Holland, Netherlands. It's worth noting that the company may has more corporate locations

As of the latest available information Acta Marine has around 101-250 employees worldwide.

Acta Marine was founded in 1970

The company Acta Marine has it's main focus in the industries of Maritime and Ship Building

Based on the founding year and the amount of employees the company Acta Marine seems to be a Medium-Sized Company at the current state. Note that over time that status can change

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