Experience

SEASTATES metocean information has been used to manage coastal risk, design offshore structures, provide weather downtime statistics and much more. Here you can browse a selection of projects that have benefited from our SEASTATES services.

Weather downtime

Rapid weather risk calculation

Fred. Olsen Windcarrier operates two versatile self-elevating, self-propelled jack-up installation vessels and eight purpose built service boats. Weather downtime is a recognised logistical and financial risk when planning or offering vessel services.

Consultancy

MAIB investigation support

Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) is an arm of the UK Department for Transport. The role of MAIB is to contribute to safety at sea by determining the causes and circumstances of marine accidents and working with others to reduce the likelihood of such accidents recurring in the future.

Weather downtime

Operational and route planning

Weather downtime risk is often carried by the contractor. So that Seajacks, an owner-operator of five self-propelled harsh environment installation vessels, can optimise operation planning, mitigate risk and offer best priced contracts, we provide them with key insights into the effect of weather on their planned operations.

Consultancy

Wave and tidal resource assessment

ABPmer was commissioned to provide specialist oceanographic advice to Skandia Team GBR, the British Sailing Team in the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.

Design criteria

Defence options

As part of the wider Colwyn Bay Waterfront Development Project, Conwy Borough Council commissioned us to recommend the most appropriate defence option for the western part of Colwyn Bay, North Wales.

Consultancy

Racing tactics for Team GBR

ABPmer was commissioned to provide specialist oceanographic advice to Skandia Team GBR, the British Sailing Team in the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.

Metocean data

Guidelines for the use of metocean data

We led a team of experts, from Met Office and SeaRoc UK, working toward the publication of new guidance on the uses of metocean data through the life cycle of a marine renewable energy development.

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