Considering the massive simulations required by the full long-term analysis, the environmental contour method is commonly used to predict the long-term extreme responses of an offshore renewable system during life time. Nevertheless, the standard environmental contour method is not applicable to the wind energy device due to the non-monotonic aerodynamic behaviour of the wind turbine. This study presents the development of a modified environmental counter method and its application to the extreme responses of a hybrid offshore renewable system. The modified method considers the variability of the responses by checking multiple contour surfaces so that the non-monotonic aerodynamic behaviour of the wind turbine is considered. The hybrid system integrates a floating wind turbine, a wave energy converter and two tidal turbines. Simulation results prove that the modified method has a better accuracy.