A growing Fife marine services business saw revenues spike by more than £11 million in the last year.
New accounts for Burntisland-based Briggs Marine & Environmental Services show turnover leapt to £62m in the year to March 31 2015.
The group said it had benefited from increased offshore wind activity and improved demand for its fleet of vessels.
The company was also heavily involved in salvaging the Lysblink Seaways cargo vessel that ran aground at Ardnamurchan last February.
The Lysblink was taken into tow by two Briggs vessels, Kingdom of Fife and the Forth Jouster, and its newly created diving services division was engaged in carrying out underwater inspections of the ship’s hull.
The company’s environmental division was also on-hand throughout the salvage operation to contain any oil spill in the area.
As a result, group operating profit increased from £3.7m in the previous year to £6m for the year.
Briggs Group said the performance was also aided by a number of new contract wins including an eight-year framework agreement with DONG Energy for the contingency and repair of export and array cables at their offshore windfarms in the UK and Northern Europe.
In addition, Briggs subsea services operation also completed a cable repair contract on Vattenfall’s Thanet Wind Farm on behalf of Balfour Beatty.
The company said it had also further expanded its aids to navigation and vessel management services after winning two contracts with Peel Ports.
The new work includes operation of pilot launch services from the ports of Liverpool and Heysham.
Briggs Group managing director Collieson Briggs said he was pleased the firm continued to pick up new work.
He said: “I am proud of what the company has achieved over the past year and expect the company to deliver another strong performance with further organic growth in the year 2015/ 2016.”