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.
An order has been placed with Havyard Ship Technology in Norway, to build a 23 m workboat as a support vessel for the aquaculture market.
We are delighted to announce Inverlussa Marine Services, in a joint venture with Mainprize Offshore Ltd, has been awarded a two-and-a-half-year, multi-million-pound contract to provide offshore support during the construction phase of the Race Bank Offshore Wind Farm.
In March 2015, Ben Wilson fought off competition from throughout the Highlands and Islands to become the region’s Director of the Year.
Ben has worked his way up through the company since leaving school and took over as Managing Director in November 2014.
We are delighted to bring news our latest contract, with Meridian Salmon Group. A seven year contract to service the Meridian Salmon Group's Orkney and Shetland fish farm sites, sees an increase in workforce and vessel portfolio.
Inverlussa Marine Services has signed a twelve month contract with The Scottish Salmon Company to supply a 21 metre purpose built vessel, Margaret Sinclair, for site service work across the west coast of Scotland.
Inverlussa Marine completed its first open water tow contract, from Lepsoy in Norway to the Shetland Islands. Helen Burnie safely delivered the 500ton barge ahead of schedule to the client’s satisfaction.
Inverlussa Marine Services was awarded the contract to tow a 550ton "SeaMate" barge from Inverness to Loch Torridon on the West Coast. Helen Burnie carried out the tow in good time, safely handing the barge to the mooring contractor on the Sunday morning.
The latest addition to the Inverlussa Marine Services fleet has just been launched. The Helen Burnie, built to a unique design at Macduff Shipyards, is equipped with the latest technology to allow it to tackle everything, from specialist offshore windfarm and tidal survey work to traditional delivery contracts for our main fish farm clients.
As Scotland embraces the renewable energy revolution, Inverlussa Marine Services is investing in a new state-of-the-art workboat. Helen Burnie, currently under construction at Macduff Shipyards, will be a general purpose coastal supply vessel, available to assist with all the traditional marine service tasks which are the backbone of our business.
Inverlussa Marine Services is pleased to announce that in October 2011, we were awarded ISO 9001:2008 accreditation for quality management.