Acta Marine has named its third and under-construction walk-to-work vessel Acta Centaurus.
The Ulstein-designed ship, which has reached the complete hullbeam stage at the Crist shipyard in Poland, is named after the star constellation Centaurus, Acta Marine said.
The completed hull will be towed to Ulsteinbik in Norway from Poland at the end of November for fitting out.
Acta Centaurus will be equipped with a SMST-supplied motion compensated gangway and 3D crane.
It will also have accommodation for 120 people, a hybrid battery power system to help with reducing fuel consumption and a helideck.
The vessel will join Acta Auriga and Acta Orion working in the offshore wind industry in the second quarter of 2019.