Winter 2016

No rest for James Fisher Subsea

News in brief: No rest for James Fisher Subsea over the Christmas period.

James Fisher Subsea will be hard at work over the Christmas period - the team has the vessel, EDT Jane, on charter right through until the beginning of January in a mission to shift boulders from the cabling route at the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm on the South coast of England, being built by E.ON, the UK Green Investment Bank plc and Canadian energy company, Enbridge.

The crew has also been charged with the task of laying up to 300 mattresses and rock bags along the export cable route.

This contract comes in quick succession after James Fisher Marine Services' security vessel contract at Rampion.

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