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Help Us Welcome Offshore Support Vessel GO Expedition to the Guice Offshore Fleet!

Help Guice Offshore Welcome Platform Support Vessel GO Expedition to Our Fleet!

Guice Offshore is proud to announce another expansion of our fleet with the introduction of Offshore Support Vessel GO Expedition. 

Like sisters GO Beyond and GO Adventurer, the GO Expedition is a 205 ft. long x 46 ft. wide Offshore Support Vessel with over 5,000 ft. of clear deck space ready to be configured to your specifications.

Consistent with our fleet approach, the GO Expedition is dually certified Subchapter L&I and well-suited for a wide array of maritime operations.  Her ABS-classed design incorporates DP2 station-keeping redundancy and accommodations for 22 personnel, together with a separate office/lounge. 

Upon completion of her special survey dry docking and major equipment upgrades, the GO Expedition will enter the market this summer in pristine condition consistent with the high standards of Guice Offshore. 

Now is an ideal time to cost-effectively incorporate additional deck equipment to upgrade her capabilities for specialty operations. 

If the GO Expedition is a suitable candidate to support your offshore requirements, please contact David Scheyd at or (985) 273–2769. 


Guice Offshore Has the Jones Act-Qualified Vessels To Help Meet America’s Offshore Wind Industry Needs

Guice Offshore’s growing fleet of Jones Act-compliant, dynamically positioned offshore supply vessels, mini supply vessels and platform vessels is well positioned to help meet our nation’s wind energy infrastructure installation and service goal deadlines, whether it’s crew transfer, service, cable laying, subsea work like scour protection or equipment transportation.

Guice Offshore vessels are well-maintained, well-manned and feature ample accommodations and sought-after equipment such as A-frames, cranes, winches, moonpools, deck sockets and essentials to facilitate a spectrum of highly specialized offshore projects.

We hold strategic partnerships throughout the United States and maintain our highly capable vessels in accessible locations for quick response to myriad needs of the many specialty industries we serve, including Offshore Wind.

In fact, Guice Offshore provides our offshore wind clients with a unique method of “walk to work” crew transfer that is creating both safer conditions for workers and a more nimble and cost-effective way of doing it for offshore wind developers.  Traditional walk-to-work (W2W) gangways are typically substantial assemblies that require a larger vessel to carry and implement.  Guice Offshore has crafted an articulating one that operates with a motion compensating system and clamps to keep the walkway firm and steady against the sides of an offshore wind structure as it moves with the motion of the vessel.  

Headquartered in Covington, Louisiana with an operations base in Lafayette, Louisiana and a northeastern Rhode Island office, Guice Offshore operates a 17-vessel fleet of U.S. Flag offshore vessels that includes Subchapter L & I mini supply vessels, multi-purpose and platform vessels in the 150-ft, 170-ft, 205-ft and 294-ft. class with DP1 and DP2 certifications.

Guice Offshore operates from coast to coast in North America and select international locales.

Additionally, our subsidiary, GO Marine Services, a catering and offshore labor contractor, supports mission requirements that help minimize mobilization time and expense for Guice Offshore customers with special services like marine riggers, roustabouts and certified protected species observers in compliance with marine mammal regulatory requirements.

For charter inquiries, please contact David Scheyd at or (985) 273-2769.

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