Oil Recovery Vessel
Classified as an oil spill recovery vessel, the MV moor, is the biggest investment made by Oceancare in the recent years.
The 37-meter vessel is equipped with a rapid-response, single point inflation boom and lateral extending arms used for spraying dispersant chemical on the surface of the sea. It also includes a hydraulic operated pump, which is connected to the sweeping arms.
The MV Moor has an on-board oil spill recovery capacity of 50 cubic metres.
Schat Harding Work Boat
This workboat assists in boom deployment in oil spill recovery operations. The workboat is also fitted with a mechanical debris collection cage, which can collect polluting items, plastics and absorbent pads from the water.
Oceancare is also equipped with a dinghy RIB to assist in oil recovery operation and in the deployment of fence and offshore booms