A rescue ship navigated massive waves in the North Sea west of Denmark as Storm Gorm churned through the region over the weekend.
The 112ft vessel is part of ESVAGT’s sea support and rescue fleet.
The Denmark based-firm provides a range of offshore services, including standby vessels, service operation vessels for offshore wind and oil spill contingency support.
Storm Gorm saw warnings issued for all of Denmark with wind speeds reaching 103mph.
Mesoscale severe wind storm underway in the North Sea headed for Denmark and S Sweden. Average wind speeds of 25-30 m/s with gusts to 40 m/s expected in coastal areas. Video: Michael Dam Bysted at Esvagt ship Sunday 15:3, 121 nm west for Esbjerg, Denmark.
Posted by Danny Moen Høgsholt on Sunday, 29 November 2015