Port of Lowestoft to have dedicated facilities for Southern North Sea OSVs

Photo: ABP

Associated British Ports (ABP) has confirmed that the outer harbour at the Port of Lowestoft in Suffolk will be fitted with infrastructure specifically designed to accommodate offshore support vessels (OSVs) and their equipment.

The proposed Lowestoft Eastern Energy Facility (LEEF) will provide 360 metres of berthing space for simultaneous use by three OSVs as well as 3.2 hectares to be utilised as a storage and marshalling area.

LEEF will primarily service vessels that operate in the Southern North Sea (SNS) energy sector and the wider East Anglia region.

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