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NEWS AND EVENTS

WELCOME MCS ROSIE 2

MCS were delighted to have small naming ceremony for their brand new Damen Multicat 2712 MCS Rosie 2.

 

On a wet and windy day in Gorinchem, Rosie Kuyt successfully christened the vessel. 

 

MCS Rosie 2 will sail to the UAE where she has her first project secured. 

 

For more information, contact menno@maritimecraft.co.uk

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WELCOME MCS ANNEKE 2

We're delighted to welcome a newly acquired Eurocarrier 2611 to our fleet. The vessel will be renamed MCS Anneke 2 once she arrives in the Middle East. The photo shows MCS Anneke 2 and her namesake, Anneke Kuyt.

FAREWELL MCS ROSIE AND MCS ALIX

On 5th June 2023 we bid farewell to MCS Rosie and MCS Alix as both were sold to buyers in Papua New Guinea. We wish the buyers every success. They have been great vessels for MCS having worked in many different countries including UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Eygpt, India, Mauritius, Bangladesh, UK and Belgium.

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SEAWORK 2023

MCS exhibited at the 25th Seawork Commercial Marine Exhibition at Mayflower Park, Southampton, 13th-15th June. Seawork is Europe’s largest on-water commercial marine and workboat exhibition. Thanks to all those who visited our stand.

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