Working in Lerwick

The Isaac Eslea built by Nauplius Workboats for Mull-based Inverlussa Marine Services, and contracted to Cooke, which farms in Orkney and Shetland is currently at work in Lerwick Scotland.

The Isaac Eslea has the same hull design as another Inverlussa vessel, the Eloise Eslea, although there are differences. The Eloise Eslea, which is under contract to Scottish Sea Farms, uses a thermolicer to remove lice from salmon and has a shelter deck which is absent from the Isaac Eslea.

Both vessels have diesel electric propulsion and a 400 kWh battery hybrid system to lower fuel consumption and emissions during standby or overnight, and both have dynamic positioning (DP) which enables the vessels to remain on station in sea conditions that would force other boats to leave the cage edge.

The Isaac Eslea is fitted with three deck cranes, and a hydrolicer system from Norwegian company Smir.

Nauplius Workboats will be involved in future adjustments, this beginning of May we delivered the Isaac Eslea from Delfzijl.

video @cjarphoto  Charlotte Gohl

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