Based in Cornwall UK, Tugdock was founded in 2017.
We have patented our innovative technology and perfected it, working in collaboration with leaders in offshore renewable energy.
Simon Cheeseman of the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult (the UK’s leading technology innovation and research centre for offshore renewable energy) said:
“Tugdock have created a brilliant, innovative solution to enhance port capacity and meet one of the most significant infrastructure challenges facing the fast-growing floating offshore wind industry.”
Tugdock’s primary focus is to facilitate the building of floating offshore wind substructures.
Figures indicate that well over 20 gigawatts of floating offshore wind power is on track to be commissioned globally by 2035, which will require the construction of more than 2,600 turbines. (Source: Q FWE)
Tugdock Buoyancy Module (TBM) during Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) in Falmouth, Cornwall.
Tugdock Limited has announced a partnership with Sarens, the global leader and reference in crane rental services, heavy lifting and engineered transport. To support the further growth of Tugdock, Sarens have invested in the start-up company, which is based in Cornwall, UK. The partnership will enable the two companies to offer a novel solution to the fast-growing floating offshore wind industry.