Offshore mooring winches
Mooring a vessel is a crucial part of its operation and needs to be performed with strong, reliable equipment.
MacGregor's mooring winches, comprising a drive winch with up to three mooring drums, have a nominal pull from five up to 150 tonnes. They are driven by electro-hydraulic or variable frequency drives.
Services for offshore mooring winches
Other offshore deck machinery equipment
Anchor handling / towing winches
MacGregor anchor handling/towing winches are designed for specific customer requirements and offer the best possible solution for a specified scope of work.
Anchor windlass / mooring winches (offshore)
Our winches can be delivered as the lifting element in other complete systems or as standalone single units for specific lifting operations.
Chain pulling winches
Our electric chain-handling winches have variable frequency drives that enable the safe control of various chain sizes by limiting the load on the chain to a preset value.
Electrical operated ROV winches
A wide range of winches, with active heave compensation (AHC) and different drive options, can handle remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) in all conditions.
Harbour assist hawser winches
MacGregor hawser winches are robustly engineered for heavy-duty mooring applications and harbour assist tugboats.
ROV moonpool system
MacGregor remotely operated vehicle (ROV) moonpool handling system is specifically designed for high-speed, harsh weather, deep-sea ROV operations.
MacGregor electric secondary or storage winches offer a huge capacity for large diameter steel wire or synthetic ropes with significant lower specific weight advantages.
MacGregor provides a variety of design solutions for sternrollers, including short and regular end designs and different bearing and lubrication system technologies depending on customer requirements.
MacGregor towing winches equipped with a VHSS wire-spooling system provide maximum installation flexibility in limited spaces.
Electric tugger winches are driven by a single- or two-speed efficient electric motor or a state-of-the-art variable frequency drive.