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CSOV

Commissioning Service Operation Vessel (CSOV) is type of vessel designed for service operations during commissioning and operation of offshore wind parks. Vessel of this type is often working in demanding weather conditions, needs advanced dynamic positioning and a high operational window to maximize uptime of offshore operations. CSOV typically needs significant accommodation space, comparable in standard to high class of hotel for technicians servicing windfarms, recreation facilities, motion compensated walk-to-work gangway allowing technicians to embark and disembark windmills. Digitalization and automation are key factors which need to be considered in order to maximize operability of the vessel. With an increasing need for decarbonization while working in offshore wind industry, carbon emissions and efficiency optimization are the key factors highly valued by the Customers.

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wdt_ID Name Built Yard W2W System LOA Beam Fund Compartment
2 Pelagic Wahoo 2025 Cochin Shipyard, India Uptime 93.40m 19.6m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Wind Fund
3 Pelagic Walu 2025 Cochin Shipyard, India Uptime 93.40m 19.6m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Wind Fund

Dry Bulk Carriers

Bulk carriers are the work horses of the merchant fleet, transporting the raw materials that enable us, amongst other things, to house, heat and feed our populations and manufacture products.

Major bulk cargos are: iron ore (a key ingredient for the manufacture of steel), coal (both an energy source and a secondary ingredient of steel), and grain. Other bulk cargoes include products such as bauxite, cement, fertilisers, rice, sugar and timber to name just a few.
Bulk carriers offer the most environmentally friendly method of transporting large volumes of dry cargo long distances: the typical bulk carrier emits 6.5 gCO2/tonne nm, versus 61 gCO2/tonne nm for rail transport.

wdt_ID Name Built Yard DWT Capacity LOA Beam Fund Compartment
1 Shanghai 2000 Saiki Heavy Industries, Saiki, Japan 31,921 1,474,593 cbf grain 171.59 m 27 m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Fund I

Gas Carriers

Gas, in the form of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) and Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG), is taking an increasingly sizeable share of the energy mix. Highly specialist gas carriers move LNG from around 20 countries including USA, Qatar, Nigeria, Algeria, Russia and Australia. LNG capacity and trade have grown at a fast rate since 2001. The USA is the world’s leading exporter of LPG, whilst China and India are major LPG importers, accounting for nearly half of global imports. In recent years we have seen a rapid growth in the number of LNG vessels built and the emergence of a spot market for these ships.
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wdt_ID Name Built Yard DWT Capacity LOA Beam Fund Compartment
1 GasChem Phoenix 1993 Jiangnan Shipyard, Shanghai 5,560 4,240 cbm 99.89 m 16.2 m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Fund I
2 B-Gas Mate 2007 Madenci Shipyard, Turkey 3,811 3,361 cbm 87.5 m 15 m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Fund I
3 B-Gas Monarch 2006 Madenci Shipyard, Turkey 3,811 3,361 cbm 87.5 m 15 m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Fund I
4 B-Gas Jupiter 2004 Cantiere De Poli, Italy 3,090 3,000 cbm 75 m 15 m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Fund I
5 B-Gas Saturn 2003 Cantiere De Poli, Italy 3,090 3,000 cbm 75 m 15 m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Fund I

PCTC

The ships often provide an economic and environmentally friendly alternative to other methods of transport. A special type of Ro-Ro ships is one designed just to carry new vehicles from where they were manufactured to their global customers, these are known as pure car and truck carriers (PCTC). PCTC ships move vehicles by sea. Using the ship’s own loading ramp, vehicles are simply driven on at the port of departure (‘rolled on’) and driven off on arrival at the destination (‘rolled off’).

wdt_ID Name Built Yard DWT RT LOA Beam Fund Compartment
1 Pelagic Piranha 1997 Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Co, Japan 12,490 4,500 179.48 m 32.23 m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Fund I

Tankers

Tankers carry liquid cargoes in bulk and are responsible for transporting most of the world’s energy needs. Product Tankers distribute the petroleum products such as diesel, gas oil, lubricating oil and petrol from the refineries to the ports servicing industrial consumers. Product tanker is an oil tanker engaged in the trade of oil other than crude oil. A clean product tanker carries light petroleum products, a dirty product tanker carries heavy petroleum products. Oil tankers represent a key part of the energy supply chain, and help ensure security of supply.
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wdt_ID Name Built Yard DWT LOA Beam Fund Compartment
1 Star Osprey 2007 STX Shipbuilding, South Korea 52,500 183 m 32 m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Fund I
2 Pelagic Taimen 2006 STX Shipbuilding, South Korea 50,922 183 m 32.2 m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Yield Fund
3 Pelagic Tarpon 2006 STX Shipbuilding, South Korea 50,922 183 m 32.2 m Pelagic Partners Pelagic Yield Fund
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