The Netherlands

DeepOcean’s Dutch Marine Base is an ideal location for mobilisation of vessels and maintenance and support of equipment.  It is also a prime site for crew changes, bunkering, supply, inspection and repair work.

Based in Den Helder harbour, a modern seaport located at the northern tip of the province of North-Holland, the base has an open connection to the North Sea and the Wadden Sea via the Marsdiep, and is geographically well-placed in respect of oil and gas fields offshore.

The offices of DeepOcean are located on the quayside and provide 300 metres of indoor storage facilities, 400 metres of office space as well as outside yard facilities for storage solutions.

The port can cater for vessels up to 9 metres draft and maximum length of 150 metres, whilst various quaysides are equipped to handle loads up to 7.000 kg/m². All port
and docking facilities comply with the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS).

Den Helder Harbour.

The Deep Helder vessel is mobilised out of Den Helder.