Expanding Fleet with Two 120tons Anchor Handling Tugs

Seacontractors expands its fleet with the Seraya and Sentosa, advanced Anchor Handling Tugs. Certified by Bureau Veritas, these vessels boast 120 tons Bollard Pull, versatile capabilities for global operations, and reinforce Seacontractors' commitment to growth and sustainability in the evolving maritime industry.

Setting a new standard in environmental stewardship

What sets the Sea Olous apart is its unwavering commitment to environmental responsibility. The Sea Olous is powered by Tier III main engines, ensuring compliance with stringent emissions standards while maintaining exceptional performance. This vessel also proudly carries the ULEV (Ultra-Low Emission Vessels) notation, demonstrating our dedication to go above and beyond for environmental protection.

Seacontractors to exhibit at Offshore Energy

Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) is Europe’s leading event for the entire offshore energy industry. Visit us at stand 1.312. Seacontractors' representatives Lisa de Bruijne - Kuiper, Bart Peeters, Paul Vermeulen and Charlotte Wills will be in Amsterdam from 27-29 November 2023. 

Successful refloating

Dian Kingdom was a mere 8 hours away when a distress call came in. A bulker named "Defender" found itself stuck on a sandy predicament in position 56°05'N 011°12'E, just north of Kalundborg. Laden with a substantial 10,000 tons of cargo. Dian Kingdom's skilled crew guided by the Salvage Master successfully refloated the "Defender". The best part? No signs of pollution were detected throughout the salvage operation.

Introducing the Sea Eidum – a powerful addition to our fleet!

In an intimate christening ceremony set against the backdrop of the Seacontractors Headquarters, we joyfully welcomed the first Neptune Marine-built EuroCarrier 2611, named Sea Eidum, to our esteemed fleet at Seacontractors. This momentous occasion was graced by Anne Janisse, the wife of our Middle East Commercial Director, Maarten Brasser.

The arrival of Hinkley Point C’s first reactor

The first new nuclear reactor for a British power station in more than 30 years has arrived in Somerset. At just 13-metres long and weighing 500-tonnes, the “reactor pressure vessel” will create the heat needed to make steam for the world’s largest turbines. This reactor will help provide enough low carbon electricity for 3m homes and will help Britain achieve Net Zero and stronger energy security

Seacontractors to attend WindEurope

WindEurope’s Annual Event is returning to Denmark – the home of wind energy. Seacontractors' representatives Lisa de Bruijne - Kuiper and Bart Peeters will be in Copenhagen from 24-26 April 2023. 

Seacontractors adds commercial managed MultiCat

HST Marine has recently signed a Commercial Shipmanagement Agreement with Seacontractors for the Multicat 2309, HST Hazel. 


Seacontractors’ sea lane will go back to the place where it all began: Vlissingen – city by the sea.


Seacontractors have recently sold their Shoalbuster 2609, Sea Charlie. 

New Year. New Look.

Seacontractors and LMG are pleased to announce the launch of the newly redesigned website.

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