ALERT! SEAWORK WELCOMES THE LARGEST VESSEL SO FAR
Trinity House’s Rapid Intervention Vessel (RIV), ALERT will be the largest vessel on show in 21 years of Seawork. ALERT has been designed with buoy handling, wreck marking, towing, multibeam and side scan hydrographic surveying capabilities.
At 39.3 metres long, she is fitted with a range of high specification survey equipment and to the highest and most modern technical standards. With DP1 dynamic positioning, a service speed of 15 knots and a maximum speed of 17 knots, THV Alert will be deployed primarily to cover the South East coast of the UK, where she will be able to respond rapidly to any maritime incident.
ALERT’s large working deck and 0.6m diameter through hull instrument tube make her an ideal research platform for deployment of scientific equipment and sampling work. Available 24/7 with accommodation for an additional 4 people, ALERT can be utilised for a wide range of projects.
See Trinity House on Stand PY21, VB31
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