News & Events
The latest news from MCS.
MCS has the largest fleet of Damen TwinAxe FCS 2610 vessels in the world and we're pleased to announce that these vessels and our newest vessel, MCS SWATH 1, can now carry 12, 24 or 36 pax. More details and GA plan to follow.
We are excited to announce the delivery of MCS SWATH 1 in summer 2016. She is 100% SWATH with excellent seakeeping and a motion control system which reduces seasickness levels for pax. Wth a very spacious 95m2 clear deck space, a bow thruster for increased manoeuvrability and CPP propulsion for total control we are confident that she will be an excellent addition to our CTV fleet. If you'd like to know more about MCS SWATH 1 please contact Menno Kuyt by telephone + 44 (0) 1475 568 838 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fleet development at MCS continues with the recent upgrade of MCS Zephyr's engines. The 18m South Cat has been fitted with Caterpillar C-18 Acert engines which will increase reliability, lengthen service intervals and improve fuel consumption.
Our fleet development and expansion continues at pace with two new Damen vessels, MCS Taku CPP and MCS Elly II, joining the MCS fleet.
MCS Taku CPP
MCS Taku CPP becomes the eighth Damen Twin Axe FCS 2610 vessel in our fleet, however she is the first vessel in our fleet with Controllable Pitch Propulsion. The addition of MCS Taku continues our commitment to buying custom built crew transfer vessels which offer excellent, safe and reliable support for offshore wind farm projects.
MCS Elly II
MCS Elly II, a Damen 3013 Multicat, is the most recent addition to our fleet and further strengthens our support services to the
dredging industry. MCS Elly II is already in high demand and went straight to work on a dredging assistance project in Dubai.