Bibby Progress

Key Facts

  • Current Location: Papua New Guinea
  • Houses: up to 310 people
  • Bedrooms: 159
  • Facilities: Bar, Gym, Terrace

Bibby Progress has just finished a major refurbishment and is ready for charter, offering the ability to accommodate up to 310 people in single rooms alongside a number of other great facilities

With the possibility of accommodating up to 310 people in single rooms alongside high-quality facilities including a large bar, restaurant, gymnasium and roof terrace, Bibby Progress could provide your workforce with a self-contained facility offering everything needed to make their time away from home as comfortable as possible.


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Your Questions Answered

What is a Coastel exactly?

A Coastel is a floating accommodation vessel suitable for mooring alongside a berth or quay. It can be used to accommodate workers on projects taking place in remote locations or where existing accommodation is expensive or difficult to find.

Where can a Coastel be berthed?

Coastels are not suitable for offshore work as they need to be berthed alongside the shore, ideally moored to a berth or quay. Our vessels have worked to support projects around the world, and we work with our customers to work out the best solution for mooring close to a project.

How much does it cost to hire a Coastel?

Coastels offer a cost-effective alternative to using local hotels or land-based temporary solutions. Costs vary for each project, depending on the vessel used and project location, but we try to offer flexible pricing to make it as easy as possible for our customers.

Do you have a Coastel available in my area?

Our vessels are on short and long-term charters around the world, and locations change regularly - to find out where Coastels are currently positioned, take a look at our current vessel locations page. Coastels can easily be towed to new locations, so give us a call to find out about our vessel availability.