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Guice Offshore Expands Offshore Supply Vessel Fleet
We’re very pleased to share the great news today, April 26, 2022, that Guice Offshore (“GO”) has expanded our offshore supply vessel fleet! The three new vessels will operate as the GO Explorer (170 ft. DP1 MPSV), GO Crusader (205 ft. DP2 PSV) and GO Adventurer (205 ft. DP2 MPSV).  All are Jones Act qualified...
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Offshore Supply Vessel, Offshore Support Vessel, Platform Supply Vessel
Guice Offshore, widely considered to be the U.S. Flag Leader in the operation of dynamically positioned mini-supply vessels and compact, cost-effective multi-purpose vessels for the “specialty” marketplace, noted the U.S.  Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has completed its environmental review and will hold a wind energy auction for two lease...
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Mayflower Wind Virtual Tour; Guice Offshore Supply Vessels, Offshore Support Vessels
Mayflower Wind, the developer of an offshore wind project located in deep waters far off the coast of Massachusetts over 30 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard and 20 miles south of Nantucket, has been hosting a series of free virtual open house to provide information about its project and economic development investments for SouthCoast communities....
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Guice Offshore Supply Vessels Help Advance Science and Research
New Research Explores the Influence of Deep-Sea Wooden Shipwrecks on Microbiome Diversity U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) marine archaeologists have studied shipwrecks in the northern Gulf of Mexico for many years.  New research recently published in the journal Limnology and Oceanography further explores the role that these shipwrecks serve as habitats, forming islands...
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Film and Television Ocean Vessel
Above:  Load-in and filming of Tiger Shark Week aboard the GO America   When it comes to shooting ocean scenes as part of full-length feature films, reality shows, commercials or television documentaries, Guice Offshore has been a trusted and chosen crew member by professionals in the cinematography, film and TV production business.  Through dedicated consultants...
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U.S. Coast Guard Monitoring of Certain High Frequency, Voice-Distress Frequencies
Guice Offshore (“GO”) is advising our fellow mariners and maritime professionals that on February 7, 2022, the U.S. Coast Guard will cease the monitoring of all High Frequency (HF) Voice Distress Frequencies (4125 kHz; 6215 kHz; 8291 kHz; and 12290 kHz) in the contiguous United States and Hawaii because they are rarely used anymore. The...
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Ocean News and Technology Reports on Challenging Undersea Cable Marine Telecommunications Project Involving Guice Offshore’s GO Freedom Offshore Support Vessel
Global telecommunications is something many of us take for granted, but in reality, much of the world is interconnected by submarine undersea cable that carries our telephone, internet and other messages across the continents.    The careful initial processes of laying that cable was detailed in a recent Ocean News and Technology magazine story about CSA...
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Dominion Energy Wind Energy Farms NBC Kerry Sanders Climate Emergency
Dominion Energy, which started its offshore wind farm with just two wind turbines off the coast of Virginia, is on its way to installing 180 wind power structures, each as large as the Eiffel Tower, NBC News‘ Kerry Sanders reports for the series “Climate Challenge–The Extremes.” Guice Offshore (“GO”), which recently attended the IPF 2021 Wind Conference along with DominionEnergy, is...
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Guice Offshore's GO America at Port Everglades for U.S.S. Fort Lauderdale Navy Commissioning
Sometime during the Summer of 2022, the Guice Offshore vessel GO America, which makes her home at Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades, will have a front row berth from which to bear witness to a unique convergence of history when the U.S. Navy commissions its newest ship, the future U.S.S. Fort Lauderdale IN Fort Lauderdale! The...
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A Guice Offshore supply vessel vessel may be anywhere in North or South America, in the Atlantic or Pacific oceans, or the Gulf of Mexico or Caribbean Sea.   
When you’re out in the vastness of the open ocean on a Guice Offshore (“GO”) supply vessel or mini-supply vessel, you can feel safe knowing that our team of experienced professionals like Tim Lewis is behind the scenes making sure our GO crews are well-rotated and rested in order to navigate missions that can encounter tough...
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