Persistence drives offshore wind vessel business

DOCKED: Charlie Donadio Jr., founder, CEO and president of Atlantic Wind Transfers, stands on board the Atlantic Pioneer, one of two vessels his company uses to transport technicians and equipment to offshore wind turbines for repairs and maintenance.  / COURTESY ATLANTIC WIND TRANSFERS
DOCKED: Charlie Donadio Jr., founder, CEO and president of Atlantic Wind Transfers, stands on board the Atlantic Pioneer, one of two vessels his company uses to transport technicians and equipment to offshore wind turbines for repairs and maintenance. / COURTESY ATLANTIC WIND TRANSFERS
A specially equipped boat navigates turbulent seas, landing its rubber nose smack against the steel foundation of a monstrous offshore wind turbine, delivering technicians to make repairs and perform maintenance tasks. This is the mission of Atlantic Wind Transfers, a company that transports personnel and equipment to offshore wind farms in the Atlantic Ocean. It…

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