“Helen Rice” was launched after being officially named this week by Camilla Wilson, wife of our Managing Director at a ceremony that took place at Ferguson Marine, Port Glasgow.
The multi-role vessel Helen Mary has just completed a 3-month contract for SkySpecs, providing a modern support vessel for their fully autonomous drone operations in the German and Dutch North Sea sectors.
Inverlussa confirms it will be building 2 new vessels in 2019 to support the Scottish Aquaculture sector.
The 2 vessels have been designed by Macduff Ship Design in collaboration with Inverlussa and will be built by Ferguson Marine Engineering at Port Glasgow. The 21m workboat is due to be completed by January 2020 and the larger 26m multi-role treatment vessel will follow by June 2020.
This week Inverlussa were in attendance at the ASSG conference in Oban where they picked up the “Scotland’s Best Mussels 2018/19” award.
Inverlussa has successfully achieved accreditation to ISO 45001. The new international standard was only released in March 2018 and the company has worked hard to gain this accreditation in the shortest time frame possible, to show their commitment to the health and safety of our crews, vessels and clients.
Inverlussa is proud to support a number of organisations and groups in the Mull community.
Inverlussa Marine Services took one of the top honours at the Scottish Aquaculture Awards by winning “Aquaculture Supplier of the Year”. The award ceremony took place during the recent Aquaculture UK exhibition in Aviemore.
We are pleased to have moved into our new offices at Loch Spelve, built by TSL Contractors.
Inverlussa can now add ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System to their list of accreditations. This will complement the 9001 Quality System and 18001 Health and Safety System they have been operating for a number of years.
Today we launched our new “Youth Training Programme”, Daniel Keivers is seen here meeting Ricky Young, one of the skippers on the Gina Mary.
The Mull based company, Inverlussa Marine Services, takes delivery of their second vessel the Kiera Fiona, from Norway’s Havyard, the first vessel, the Gina Mary, was delivered in May this year.
Inverlussa Marine Services appears alongside Prime Minister Theresa May in the 2016/17 Parliamentary Review.
Inverlussa Marine Services took delivery of their new vessel “Gina Mary” last week from Havyard Ship Technology in Norway.
Inverlussa Marine Services have confirmed the order of a second vessel from Havyard Ship Technology in Norway.
To add to Inverlussa’s ISO 9001 Quality Management accreditation which is to ensure client satisfaction with our services, we are delighted to announce that we have recently been audited and achieved accreditation for OHSAS 18001, giving customers confidence that the Health & Safety systems we operate meet strict international standards.