Floating Workforce Accommodation
SHIP BASED REMOTE HOUSING SOLUTIONS
Outland Camps is a leading supplier of floating accommodations for workforces in some of the most difficult locations. Our ship based accommodation solutions are very flexible to provide the right sized marine accommodations to fit your project needs.
Outland's floating accommodations or floatels come complete with catering and housekeeping services. The ships are completely self-contained with water treatment/ desalination, waste water treatment and power generation on board. Our marine workforce accommodations can accommodate from 50 to 1,200 residents.
Outland has access to the world's largest ice class vessels which have the capability of being frozen into place for far north and arctic accommodation needs. Our floating accommodation can be configured in many different formats from shared rooms up to private rooms with private bath. Our floatels can include lounges, gyms, internet cafes as well as the capability to ship project supplies on board.
Outlands marine accommodation management team has overseen operations in the North West Passage, the North East Passage, and circumnavigations of Antarctica and regular voyages to the North Pole.
Outland is uniquely qualified to execute your floating workforce accommodation and logistic requirements. Please contact us today to discuss a sea based housing solution for your company.
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