Dynamically Positioned U.S. Flag Specialty Leader Adds Five Modern DP1 Mini Supply Vessels
The new additions, which are currently working in the Gulf of Mexico, include three 150-ft. DP-1 vessels; the Ella Claire, the Luke Thomas and the Gloria May, along with two 170-ft. DP1 ABS-Class vessels; the Andrew Charles and the Adam Joseph. The five vessels will be upgraded to dual Subchapter L & I to support the widest array of client needs.
All five will be officially renamed and branded with the Guice Offshore logo and signature dark green and bright maritime white color scheme.
“Whether it’s building wind power infrastructure, maintaining oil and gas operations, ocean surveying, supporting science and research, aerospace or any number of specialty industries, the demand for offshore supply vessels is growing,” explained Guice Offshore principal Nathan Guice.
Guice Offshore, which operates from all three coasts of the United States, throughout the Caribbean and other select international markets, maintains its highly capable vessels in accessible locations for quick response to the myriad needs of the many industries it serves.
“Guice Offshore’s rapidly increasing market share means we’re also attracting top quality talent,” Guice explained. “We’ve noted that maritime professionals in the job market already know our excellent reputation and commitment to safety and quality.”
As the new acquisitions integrate into its current fleet of Multi-purpose Supply Vessels, Offshore Supply Vessels and Mini Supply Vessels, Guice Offshore is actively hiring for all positions, including captains, engineers (licensed and unlicensed), able-bodied seamen, deckhands and other key crew roles.
“GO offers crews a variety of offshore employment opportunities, some unique to the industry, along with excellent benefits and a highly supportive management team” Guice said. “Those onboarding with Guice Offshore know we’re providing an interesting and satisfying career in which they’ll be able to grow—often supporting vital activities that contribute directly to the U.S. economy, environmental improvement and scientific advancement.”