Maritime Craft Services (Clyde)

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AddressMaritime House 69-71 Main Road Fairlie KA29 0AD
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About Maritime Craft Services (Clyde)

Maritime Craft Services (Clyde) Ltd was formed in 1977 as owners and operators of tugs and workboats primarily providing support vessels for dredging and marine construction projects throughout the UK and worldwide.

In 2002 we worked on our first Offshore Wind Farm and to date we have worked on most Offshore Wind Farms throughout the UK and NW Europe. All of our vessels are fully classed and our crew are STCW certified and are highly skilled, experienced and safe.

Maritime Craft Services (Clyde) Ltd have been trading for over 30 years and own and operate a fleet of tugs and workboats that work internationally.

All vessels are modern, fully equipped and in class. Each vessel is operated by experienced, highly skilled and trained crew, many of whom have been with the Company since it was established. We pride ourselves on being approachable, adaptable and professional in the service we provide to clients. This has enabled us to build many long term relationships with major companies within the industries we operate. Our crew are highly skilled, motivated and experienced in the type of operations carried out. Training is important to us and is carried out both internally and externally. Crew certification complies with STCW requirements.

Maritime Craft Services aim to provide an efficient, effective and reliable service to the marine construction and maintenance industries worldwide.

We are committed to delivering a high quality service and consider safety, Client satisfaction and cost effectiveness to be our key focus. Our main objective is to provide a safe working environment for all employees, remain profitable and continue to develop and explore new markets within a highly competitive and challenging environment, both economically and climactically.

Maritime Craft Services have identified the following strategies in order to achieve our business aims and objectives:

  • Modernise and upgrade our fleet
  • Expand and develop new vessels
  • Develop in new and existing Markets
  • Invest in personnel

We have signed up to the UN Global Compact and are committed to the ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.