MiNO has moved back to our old office at 4615 South Carrollton Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
Wind Farm Construction
Our services include everything from concept design to full production drawing packages and project management.
MiNO Designed 235 Class Vessels for transporting wind turbine components from Providence, RI to the Block Island Windfarm
Block Island Windfarm

335 Class Vessel

MiNO-designed 335 class vessel driving jacket piles at Block Island Wind Farm

335 Class Vessel driving Jacket piles at Block Island Wind Farm
Block Island wind farm

235 Class Vessel

MiNO - Designed 235 Class Vessel feeding wind turbine components to WTIV

235 Class Vessel feeding wind turbine components to WTIV
Superfeeders with team 2nd wind marine

Offshore Wind Solutions

Feedering for T&I as well as O&M repair capabilities.
Capable of self-loading & carrying two complete sets of the next-generation turbines during T&I while also (w/boom-extension) able to perform blade exchanges during O&M.

Design Speed of 12kts fully-laiden.
Utilizing a pair of SuperFeeders for a installation project strives to keep the critical-path on the parterning offshore-WTIV.

Providing all necessities to the partnering offshore-WTIV.
Designed to fully support the offshore-WTIV with refueling, stores, and personnel transfers (...in addition to feedering WTG components).

superfeeder wtiv
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Company news

Weeks Marine takes delivery of 78' modified lugger tug
Ken Hocke, WorkBoat.com
January 11, 2022

Coden, Ala.-based Rodriguez Shipbuilding finished in January a new 78'x30'x11'6" lugger tug for Weeks Marine, Houma, La. The James K was designed by the shipyard, the owner, and MINO Marine, New Orleans.

Nimbix Case Study
August 4, 2021

JARVICE™ and the Nimbix Cloud enable newcomer MiNO Marine to penetrate a crowded market with a totally new vessel design in less than 12 months. Today, MiNO Marine, LLC, performs full spectrum ship design, from blank pieceof-paper to production engineering, primarily for the offshore and oil and gas market.

More Than 100 New Offshore Wind Vessels Needed by 2030 to Meet Demand
Bartolomej Tomic, Offshore Engineer
June 30, 2021

Over 100 new offshore wind turbine and foundation installation and maintenance vessels will be required for offshore projects planned over the next decade, as the number of proposed projects grows, but also as the turbines and foundations get larger, meaning the currently available fleet won't be able to install them. What is more, most of the current fleet could become obsolete by 2025. This is according to a new study by World Energy Reports.

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4615 South Carrolton Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70119
David Bourg, PhD, PE
Kenneth HumphreyS, PE