Over the years BazePort IPTV has been chosen to serve as entertainment system for ships by more than 100 different OSV vessels world wide. These highly advanced vessels offer crew accommodation for less than 20 to more than 100 workers. BazePort IPTV has been installed in cabins for crew entertainment TV as well as information and training. In many cases the setup includes CCTV intergration, so that personnel can follow operations from their cabin when not on duty. OSVs operate for the energy industry in all types of weather all over the globe. Their demand for a robust IPTV system is vital to maintain excellent crew welfare.
Allseas is a Swiss-based offshore contractor specializing in pipelay, heavy lift and subsea construction. The company was founded in 1985, employs 4,000 people, and operates worldwide.
Pioneering Spirit is the largest construction vessel in the world, and is equipped with BazePort Infotainment system for nearly 300 crew members. The same goes for OSV vessels Fortitude, Lorelay and Oceanic.
With BazePort IPTV the crew can watch live TV, films and TV series (VOD), listen to the radio or podcasts. They can receive messages from the captain or from headquarters on shore, as well as follow operations from their cabin when not on duty, with the CCTV integration.
Esvagt has a fleet of more than 40 vessels and more than 1,000 employees on- and offshore.
Vessels Dana, Njord, Mercator and Albert Betz are equipped with BazePort IPTV of close to 100 units each. The crew can enjoy entertainment 24/7, receive important messages from the captain or from headquarters on shore, listen to the radio or podcasts. The system has safety integration for PA/GA mute, WiFi tethering and check-out functionality.
Havila Shipping is a world leading offshore company, founded in 2003. The company has a fleet of 23 vessels. The company has slowly repositioned away from the liferaft to platform and anchor management services and now, most recently, the underwater market.
Vessel Havila Subsea is equipped with full BazePort infotainment system for 75 crew members.
The Island Offshore Group is a leading provider of services to the offshore industry ranging from Platform Supply, Walk-to-work and Anchor Handling to Advanced Subsea Operations including Increased Oil Recovery (IOR) and Light Well Intervention (LWI).
BazePort has delivered IPTV system for several vessels , including Island Diligence and Island Victory.
Maersk Supply Service is a leading provider of global offshore marine services and integrated solutions for the energy sector worldwide. They serve the energy sector with a fleet of 44 vessels manned by more than 1,100 crew members and supported by around 250 onshore staff worldwide.
A total of 10 Maersk vessels are equipped with BazePort Infotainment system for crew up to 150 people.
OSM Maritime Group is the leading provider of full-service solutions to the Offshore and Maritime Industry. The company has over 25 years of experience in the Maritime Industry, more than 11,000 employees, 30 office locations and 500 vessels under management.
Vessels Eagle Barents, Eagle Bergen, Eagle Blane, Eagle Balder are all equipped with BazePort IPTV system.
Solstad is a leading offshore shipping company with more than 100 ships and nearly 4 000 employees worldwide. In 2017 Solstad merged with Rem Offshore, Farstad Shipping ASA and Deep Sea Supply. Rem, Farstad and Solstad all had vessels with BazePort IPTV system for crew up to 130, prior to the merger and are still sailing with the infotainment system.
Solstad's vessel Normand Subsea was the very first BazePort IPTV installation back in 2009, and is still with us running on the lastest version, BazePort 8.
Siem Offshore Inc. serves the global oil and gas industry with a fleet consisting of 35 vessels including large Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels, Platform Supply Vessels, Multipurpose field & ROV Support Vessel and Offshore Subsea Construction Vessels designed to meet the most challenging environments. Siem Offshore operates from Norway, and has offices in Brazil, USA, Ghana, Canada and Australia.
Founded in 1861, the Wilhelmsen group operates the largest maritime network on the planet, with over 2 200 locations worldwide. The company has 4 800 Onshore employees, 10 200 Seafarers and 89 Nationalities onshore.
BazePort has been installed in several new trawlers. When companies want to recruit the best crew for their operations, state of the art entertainment is part of the must have list. When out at sea for weeks at the time, crew and owners rely on an IPTV system that provides both entertainment and information.
Aker BioMarine is a Norwegian fishing and biotech company. Headquarter is in Oslo, Norway and operations are in Antarctic waters, logistics hub in Montevideo and manufacturing facility in Houston.
Nominated to the award “Ship of the Year” in 2018. Antarctic Endurance is the worlds first purpose-built krill harvesting vessel. The vessel is equipped with BazePort Infotainment system, with a total of 55 BazePort units.
When delivered in 2017, Granit was Norway's largest whitefish trawler and is operating in the North Sea.
The trawler is equipped with 36 BazePort units, letting the crew enjoy TV or listen to the radio. The crew can select from a massive selection of podcasts, and can use their smartphones, tablets or PC to watch the content. The system also has safety integration for PA/GA mute, WiFi tethering and check-out functionality.
The largest trawler shipping company in Norway with a fleet of 9 vessels.
Trawler Gadus Neptun and Gadus Njord are both sailing with BazePort IPTV onboard. The crew can enjoy entertainment 24/7, receive important messages from the captain or from headquarters on shore, listen to the radio or podcasts. The system has safety integration for PA/GA mute, WiFi tethering and check-out functionality.
Samherji Ltd. founded in 1983 is one of the largest companies in the Icelandic fish industry.
Trawlers Vilhelm Þorsteinson and Börkur are equipped with full BazePort infotainment system for 20 crew members. With 24/7 access to TV, radio & podcast the BazePort IPTV system is improving crew welfare.