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Blumarine: Good Afternoon All, Please see information below regarding the new CA-EBS training requirement for all offshore workers in the UK travelling by helicopter. As ad-hoc workers, we recommend that you undertake this training as soon as possible in order to be ready for the 1st of September deadline. New CA-EBS Requirement The OPITO Compressed Air Emergency Breathing System (CA-EBS) Initial Deployment training programme has been approved and training commences from 14th July 2014. Designed for personnel travelling to or from offshore installations and vessels via helicopter where a Compressed Air Emergency Breathing System is provided for use in the case of an emergency ditching, the standard provides the offshore workforce with the knowledge and understanding of the hazards and properties of the system; and appropriate emergency response actions to take. The programme has been developed to address initial equipment introduction training requirements only and is designed to be delivered in a dry training environment. The manufacturer has supplied training providers with the required equipment and training courses are now available to book. From the 1st of September 2014, all offshore workers in the UK travelling by helicopters supplied with a Compressed Air Emergency Breathing System will be required to have completed this training. Training Summary " Training duration will be 90 minutes approximately " Costs approx £90 inc VAT " Conducted in dry environment " Consists of safety briefing video, demonstration and practical assessment " Successful completion of training will be recorded in Vantage Aims and objectives: The aims and objectives of the training are to ensure that the delegate gains the required knowledge and understanding of the particular hazards and properties of a Compressed Air Emergency Breathing System (CA-EBS) and appropriate practical emergency response actions to take should the requirement for emergency deployment arise. This programme has been developed to address initial equipment introduction training requirements only and is designed to be delivered in a 'dry' training environment. Target audience: The Target group is personnel that are issued with Compressed Air Emergency Breathing System (CA-EBS) whilst travelling to work by helicopter and may be required to use a CA-EBS in the event of an emergency. Delegate pre-requisites: Delegates must possess a valid BOSIET/FOET certificate including a valid HUET certificate prior to attending the OPITO Compressed Air Emergency Breathing System (CA-EBS) Initial Deployment Training programme.
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uk.xerson: Latest Technip vessel prepares for sea trials. "North Sea Atlantic". Technip’s latest subsea construction vessel has been officially named the North Sea Atlantic, following a ceremony staged by the vessel’s owner at the NorYards shipyard in Laksevåg. In 2012 Technip signed a long-term charter agreement with North Sea Shipping for the newbuild vessel, which is designed to Technip’s specifications to perform pipelay, subsea construction and inspection, repair, and maintenance. Although it will work mainly in the North Sea, it is also suited for deepwater operations worldwide. The DP-3 vessel is equipped with a 550-metric ton (606-ton) heave-compensated crane and a 2,000-metric ton (2,204-ton) underdeck carousel for product storage. It can accommodate an openable vertical lay system for installing flexibles and umbilicals. Following final commissioning and trials, the vessel should start working in the Norwegian North Sea from August onward, followed by projects in the UK North Sea. Machinery/propulsion The vessel is powered by a diesel-electric power plant consisting of four Wartsila generator sets of 4.22 MW each. This system provides ample power and versatility required for DP operations and use of heavy equipment such as VLS towers and the 550 Te heavy lift crane. The propulsion is composed of two main azimuthing thrusters with controll able pitch propellers producing a total of 9 MW. The forward area of the vessel houses two tunnel thrusters and two retractable azimuthing thrusters totalling 8.4 MW produced power. Station keeping The North Sea Atlantic is equipped with a fully redundant Kongsberg IMO equipment class 3 station keeping system. This allows the vessel to fulfil the highest station keeping requirements even in case of worst single failure or loss of a single compartment. Accommodation The accommodation provides modern high standard facilities for up to 120 personnel. Onboard facilities include hospital, client office with outside view, conference and internet facilities as well as a gymnasium and cinema. The accommodation is fully compliant with the latest requirements for crew amenities and noise standards.
uk.xerson: Statoil has received consent from the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway to use the Floatel Superior mobile accommodation facility as a flotel for the Valemon field. Floatel Superior was completed in March 2010 at Keppel FELS shipyard, Singapore. The facility is operated by Floatel International AB (FIAB) of Gothenburg. It is registered in Bermuda and classified by DnV. The facility received Acknowledgement of Compliance (AoC) in December 2010. Rig Type: Semi Submersible Accommodation Vessel DP system – DP3 Builder KeppelFELS Shipyard, Singapore Classification DNV 1A1 Column Stabilized Flag Bermuda Delivery Q1 2010 Machinery Main Engines - Six fresh water cooled diesel engine generating sets, 3 680 KW each; Wartsila 16V25 Marine engine. Rated at 4933HP (3680KW) @ 900RPM. Cranes Two pedestal electro hydraulic cranes with the following onboard lifting capacities: Main Hoist 50.0 Mt lifting capacity at 30 m radius 20.1 Mt lifting capacity at 55 m radius Auxiliary Hoist 15 Mt lifting capacity at 60.1 m radius Telescopic gangway for safe transfer of personnel to the installation, large telescopic action (+/-8 m) enabling the vessel to remain bridge connected in severe weather condition. Accommodation Air-conditioned living quarters for 504 persons using 64 of 2-men cabins or for 440 persons in single bed cabins. Each cabin fully out fitted with en-suite bathroom, daylight in each cabin and telephone/IT/TV connection facilities.
uk.xerson: The construction of ROVSV (Remotely Operated Vehicle Support Vessel) ‘Fugro Aquarius’ has entered the final stage (July 29, 2014; Image: Wilson Sons) Wilson Sons’ shipyard in Guarujá in São Paulo State is building a DP-2 ROV Support Vessel for Fugro Brazil. The vessel has a total length of 83 meter with a main deck space of 520 square meter and a gross tonnage of 4,400 ton. The vessel has a capacity to accommodate 60 persons. The delivery of the Fugro Aquarius is expected in October this year. Fugro has invested R$ 190 million (approximately US$ 82.6 million) in the vessel construction.
uk.xerson: Sinopacific to build five offshore vessels for Huawei Offshore (August 1, 2014) Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group has signed a contract with Shenzhen Huawei Offshore Shipping Transport Co Ltd (Huawei Offshore, a subsidiary of Shanghai Salvage Company) for the construction of five offshore vessels. All of the vessels are Sinopacific designs: three are Sinopacific SPA85L anchor handling tug/supply vessels; two are Sinopacific SPP35ML design PSVs. The vessels will be built at Zhejiang Shipyard are due to be delivered from February 2016 onwards. The contract is the first domestic order for offshore vessels for Sinopacific. AHTS PSV Tóò ìîæíî ïîêðóòèòü ÀÕÒÑ
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fatalist: Russia’s Rosneft closes deal to buy Swiss Weatherford oilfield service assets he US Department of Commerce introduced export licensing for goods intended for some oil projects in the Russian Arctic and offshore projects MOSCOW, August 01. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian oil giant Rosneft has closed a deal buying assets of Swiss company Weatherford International in drilling and well repair in Russia and Venezuela, Rosneft said. Fulfilment of this deal will permit Rosneft to build up its positions on the market of drilling services, current repair and overhaul of wells, expand the range of subcontractors to provide oilfield services that will allow making drilling and hydrocarbon production more efficient and making financial indicators better, the Russian oil major said. On Tuesday, the US Department of Commerce introduced export licensing for goods intended for some oil projects in the Russian Arctic and offshore projects, a high-ranking official in the US administration said on Tuesday. Restriction would only affect new projects, another source said. Export licensing means the US will pay closer attention to requests of trade with companies on the black lists, which leads to considerable delays in project realization. The EU countries also adopted sectoral anti-Russian sanctions on Tuesday that restrict access for Russian state financial institutes to the EU financial markets, impose weapon embargo, ban export of dual-purpose goods that can be used for military aims and limit access to sensitive technologies, especially those in the oil sector, said European Council President Herman Van Rompuy. http://en.itar-tass.com/economy/743191
uk.xerson: Ocean Marlin, our latest MRV is now delivered from Zamakona, San Sebastian. She will now sail for Stavanger and her naming ceremony Wednesday 13th August. Ocean Marlin is the second of three HY 820 design ordered by Atlantic Offshore. She will commence a 4 + 4 year contract with Total E&P Norway. Ocean Marlin will serve as ERRV at the Martin Linge field. The vessel, built in Pasajes, is a Field Support Vessel (FSV) of Havyard HY820 Design. With a price of nearly 25 million Euros, the vessel incorporates the latest technologies including: dynamic positioning, fire control systems, machinery, towing pins on deck, stern roller, etc. With a length of 66.8 meters, a breadth of 16 meters and two MAN motors with a capacity of 2500 KW each, the vessel has the capacity to rescue 300 persons. Classification: DNV , +1A1, E0, SF, DK+, HL(2,8), COMF-V3 (c) 3, NAUT-OSV, Dynpos Autr. FiFi I&II, Towing. Built Zamakona Length î.à. 66.80 m Breadth mld 16.00 m Gross Tonnage 3000 Main Engines 2 x 2500 Kw MAN Bow Thruster 1 x 400 Kw + Azimuth 800 Kw Stern Thruster 1 x 400 Kw Accommodation 21 persons
uk.xerson: Van Oord’s first transport and installation vessel for the construction of offshore wind farms, Aeolus, jacked up. The vessel is currently conducting testing of the jacking in the North Sea off the coast of Zandrvoort. Mrs K. Aboutaleb-Erahoutan, wife of the Mayor of Rotterdam named the vessel last month during the two-day ceremony. The vessel’s first project will be the construction of the Luchterduinen offshore wind project, which is an Eneco energy company and Mitsubishi Corporation assignment With a length of 140m, a beam of 38m and a draught of 5.7m, the Aeolus has a carrying capacity of up to 5,600 tonnes and can work safely in water depths of up to 45m. The DP2 vessel is equipped with a jacking system with four 84m-long legs, each weighing about 1,000 tonnes with a diameter of 4.5m. The special offshore crane can lift loads up to 900 tonnes with a jib reach of 30m and up to a height of about 120m above the water. The installation ship will accommodate 74 crew members during its deployment at wind farms. The diesel-electric drive with four sets of generators delivers a total output of 20,000 kW for a service speed of 12 knots. Main generator diesel engines: 4 x 9M32C Caterpillar(MAK), 4500 kW each.
uk.xerson: Romania’s GSP Offshore has acquired three new Platform Supply Vessels from Marine Assets Corporation (MAC). The recently built vessels of MMC 887 design, named GSP Altair, GSP Centaurus and GSP Pegasus, measuring 87.02 meters in length and 18.80 meters in width. The 5,000 dwt vessels have a deck area of 1000 m2 and accommodations for 52 persons. The GSP Pegasus is equipped with a DNV class knuckle boom electro hydraulic crane manufactured by TTS, GPCFO 3200 – 20035, rated 100 tons, suitable for subsea services. The crane is active heave compensated (AHC) and is designed to operate in extreme weather conditions, at ambient temperatures ranging between -20 and + 45°C. The new large PSVs were built under a contract by MAC at Fujian Mawei Shipbuilding, in south eastern China.
uk.xerson: Ulstein Group in Norway has confirmed that COSCO (Guang Dong) Shipyard Co Ltd is to build a further two ULSTEIN PX121 design PSVs for Vroon Offshore Services. Ulstein has entered into an agreement with COSCO for the delivery of the design, power and control equipment and on-site follow-up services. The first of what will now be a total of six vessels in the series, VOS Pace, was launched on 30 June. GENERAL Flag Dutch Port of registry Breskens Place of Built COSCO Guangzhou Shipyard, China Year Built 2015 Class ABS IMO 9685750 Dynamic Positioning Kongsberg DPS-2 PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS Length Overall 83.40 m Breadth Moulded 18.00 m Max. Draft 6.70 m Deadweight (Design Draft) 3300 t Deadweight (Max. Draft) 4200 t Gross Tonnage approx. 3650 t MACHINERY & PROPULSION Main Engine 2 x CAT 1630 kW, 2 x CAT 990 kW Total Power 5240 kW Propulsion System Diesel Electric, 2 x Azimuth Thrusters Total propulsion power 2 x 1600 kW Bow Thruster 2 x 880 kW Emergency generator 99 ekW
uk.xerson: Tasik Subsea to Build New Subsea Vessel in China The contract for the construction of the vessel, tentatively named “Tasik Toba” has been signed with Fujian Mawei Shipyard in China. The vessel’s design and specification have been carried out by Tasik Subsea. a company set up by Giddens and long-time vessel collaborator Mike Meade. The Tasik Toba will be DP3 and have a 300mctrc rated saturation diving system, hangar facilities fin-two deep water ROVs. a 150 tonne safe working load active heave compensated crane with 3000metre working depth, and accommodation for 120 men. Giddens is known throughout the subsea industry for founding Hallin Marine from his Singapore home and building the business into the successful owner and operator of subsea service vessels with global offices. Hallin was sold to the US based Superior Energy Inc. in 2010 for more than £100 million. Industry insiders have wondered if Giddens would re-emerge in the industry. Tasik, which is based in Singapore, looks like an exciting new development that will allow Giddens and Meade to combine their undoubted experience. The new ship is designed to meet the demands of the highest specifications in the industry, but be delivered at reasonable cost. TASIK Managing Director, John Giddens, said: “We have spent considerable time and effort in the development of this vessel finding innovative ways to deliver maximum technical capabilities.” ” It will meet and exceed the quality and safety expectations of the most demanding clients at a reasonable price to the end user. We believe we have managed to achieve that with a clever design team and innovative ideas without cutting corners.” Fujian Mawei Shipyard is one of the leading and is the oldest shipyard in China. It was chosen for this technically advanced vessel as a result of its track record in successfully building sophisticated DP3 vessels, the high quality of its workmanship and its history of on time delivery.
uk.xerson: Wärtsilä Nets MPSV Design Contract for Tidewater Ïðÿì êîíñòðóêòîð êàêîé-òî... A second confirmed design contract for Wärtsilä’s new series of arctic platform supply vessels has been signed. This latest order is for a multi-purpose platform supply vessel (MPSV) being built by Tersan Shipyard in Turkey on behalf of U.S.- based Tidewater Inc, the provider of offshore service vessels to the global energy industry. The vessel will be operated by the Norwegian Troms Offshore Supply Group, a 100%-owned subsidiary of Tidewater. There is an option for further three similar vessels. A key element in the award of this contract was Tidewater’s requirement for a compact design yet with a high deadweight giving maximum cargo capacity. Operational efficiency and reduced fuel consumption were among the other reasons why the Wärtsilä solution was selected. The vessel is designed to fit three Wärtsilä 8-cylinder in-line Wärtsilä 26 main engines, propulsion systems, a ballast water management system, and inert gas generators. The vessel is scheduled for delivery in 2016. “Once again, Wärtsilä Ship Design’s deep understanding of the complexities involved in operating in the harshest climatic conditions, and its ability to produce a design that fully meets the customer’s expectations has been rewarded with a significant order. Wärtsilä’s total solution capability, combining a strong and efficient design with fuel saving propulsion, is increasingly important in the market for ice class vessels,” says Riku-Pekka Hägg, Vice President, Ship Design, Wärtsilä Ship Power. The Wärtsilä design means that the ship will be strengthened and equipped for arctic conditions, with the hull and propulsion in compliance with DNV ice class ICE 1A. This verifies that the vessel has sufficient strength, power, and equipment to operate in arctic areas. Furthermore, the vessel will be readied for cold climate conditions according to the DNV DEICE class. This notation includes requirements for maintaining safety and vessel operability in ice, under icing conditions, and at low temperatures. The vessel is also prepared for advanced subsea operations with an active heave compensated construction crane with 150t capacity which can be quickly and easily fitted when required. For the same reason the vessel is prepared for helicopter deck which would usually be needed during extensive subsea construction activities. These features make the vessel a state of the art Multipurpose/Subsea/Construction PSV.
uk.xerson: Maersk’s Newbuilds, Press Release, August 13, 2014 Marin Teknikk has entered into an agreement with the Chinese company Cosco (Dalian) Shipyards Co. Ltd. (CS) about delivery of Design and Engineering for four large Multi-functional Subsea Support vessels plus options for an additional pair of vessels. Ten months ago, Marin Teknikk entered an agreement with Maersk Supply Service A/S (MSS) in Copenhagen about designing and development of a Subsea Support project, following MSS plans for renewal of their fleet for Oil and Gas industry, including the renewable energy offshore sector. The vessels are of the MT6027 design and will be arranged for cable laying and umbilicals, as well as cranes for subsea projects. The MT6027-design vessels will have a length of 138 metres, a beam of 27 metres and have a deadweight of 8,000t. Features of the DP3-rated vessels include 1,925 sq. metres of free deck space, accommodation for 120 people (all in one-man cabins) and a 400t AHC crane, rated for operations in water depths of up to 3,000 metres. The vessels will also have the option to install an under deck carousel for 3,000t of product plus be configured for a 275t vertical lay tower over the deck of the moon pool. Delivery of the first of the Marin Teknikk-designed vessels is expected to take place in the fourth quarter of 2016, and the last one in third quarter 2017. Cosco (Dalian) Shipyard has earlier delivered merchant vessels and vessels for the Oil and Gas Industry in USA and Europe
uk.xerson: Siem to Sell Two OSCVs to Daya Materials Siem Offshore has entered into an agreement with Daya Materials Bhd. (“Daya”) for the sale of the two 2013-built Offshore Subsea Construction Vessels (“OSCVs”) ”Siem Daya 1” and ”Siem Daya 2” at a total price of USD 282 million. Daya has been given 150 days to arrange for financing of the two vessels and delivery of the vessels is schedule to take place latest by mid-April 2015. Both vessels are on long-term charters to Daya and the charter agreements will continue until deliveries are concluded The sale of the two vessels will represent a gain of approximately USD 64 million, which will be recorded at the delivery of the vessels. The sales proceeds will be used to repay mortgage debt, currently at USD 151 million, and for working capital. Offshore Subsea Construction Vessel (OSCV) Built: 2013 Design: STX OSCV 11L Dp Class: 2 LOA: 120.80 m Breadth: 22.00 m Draught: 6.60 m Dwt: 5,000 t Accommodation: 110 Cargo Deck Area: 1,300 m2 Offshore Subsea Crane: 1 X 250 t AHC, 3,000 m and 1 X 50 t AHC , 3,000 m Main generator diesel engine - 4 x Wartsila 6L32, 2880 kW each
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uk.xerson: Âî êàêèå åù¸ Àïøîðû áûâàþò... Karadeniz to Send Self-Propelled Power Ship to Gaza Turkish shipbuilder Karadeniz Holding plans to send an electricity generating vessel to Gaza to provide urgently needed power in the enclave left reeling by an Israeli bombing campaign that began last month. Karadeniz announced its intentions on Tuesday, shortly after Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said that a power ship – a floating power station – would be sent as soon as Gaza’s port facilities had been upgraded. The Istanbul-based company, the world’s only manufacturer of self-propelled floating power stations, already produces electricity for Iraq and Lebanon, part of its fleet of seven power ships with a combined capacity of 1,200 megawatts. Powership Fleet, Karadeniz Powerships and Their Installed Capacity: Karadeniz Powership Kaya Bey – (216.4 MW) Built in Turkey, the Karadeniz Powership Kaya Bey is the world’s largest Powership at 216.4 MW of capacity. Kaya Bey has been supplying electricity since 2011. Karadeniz Powership Fatmagül Sultan - Lebanon (203.1 MW) Built in Turkey, the Karadeniz Powership Fatmagül Sultan, with a capacity of 203.1 MW, has been supplying electricity since April 2013. Karadeniz Powership Rauf Bey – (179.1 MW) Built in Turkey, the Karadeniz Powership Rauf Bey, with a capacity of 179.1 MW, is the 2nd member Powership fleet. It has been supplying electricity since May 2010. Karadeniz Powership Orhan Bey – (134.6 MW) Built in Turkey, the Karadeniz Powership Orhan Bey, with a capacity of 134.6 MW, has been supplying electricity since April 2013. Karadeniz Powership Doðan Bey – (126.4 MW) Built in Turkey, the Karadeniz Powership Doðan Bey is the first Powership of our fleet. It has been supplying electricity since May 2010. The ship was built in 1983 (according to some sources in 1984) as a bulk carrier with deck mounted cranes by the Japanese shipyard Mitsui Co in Ichihara, Chiba with yard number 1264 and was named Sono. The 188.14 m (617 ft 3 in) long vessel has a beam of 31.04 m (101 ft 10 in) and a draft of 10.72 m (35 ft 2 in). By 41,525 DWT, she has a cargo capacity of 24,729 GT. The ship is propelled by a single screw, which is powered by a 13,100 HP MAN B&W Diesel engine. Karadeniz Powership Irem Sultan – (108.6 MW) Built in Turkey, the Karadeniz Powership Irem Sultan, with a capacity of 110 MW, has been supplying electricity since January 2012. Karadeniz Powership Ali Can Bey- (104.3 MW) Built in Singapore, the Karadeniz Powership Alican Bey has a capacity of 110 MW, and has been supplying electricity since 2011. Powerships Under Construction Karadeniz Powership Ayþegül Sultan (175 MW) Dimensions: LOA 135 m, W 42 m Class: ORCA Completion Date: 2012 Fuel Type: HFO, NG Technology: 9 x MAN 18 V 51/60 DF Medium Speed Engines + Steam Turbine Karadeniz Powership Zeynep Sultan (115 MW) Dimensions: LOA 150 m, W 31 m Class: SHARK Completion Date: 2012 Fuel Type: HFO, NG Technology: 6 x MAN 18 V 51/60 DF Medium Speed Engines + Steam Turbine Karadeniz Powership Nuray Sultan (115 MW) Dimensions: LOA 100 m, W 31 m Class: DOLPHIN Completion Date: 2013 Fuel Type: HFO, NG Technology: 6 x MAN 18 V 51/60 DF Medium Speed Engines + Steam Turbine Project "Power of Friendship" Karadeniz Energy Group in Turkey developed a project named "Power of Friendship", which aims to supply electricity to shortage-stricken countries in the Middle East, northern Africa and southern Asia. The project provides for the building of ten floating power plants with a total capacity of 2,010 MW until the end of 2010. For the manufacturing of the on-board power plant, a contract was signed with the German MAN Diesel company based in Augsburg. The contract, worth over €100 million, includes the supply of 24 large-bore diesel engines, along with electromechanical equipment to be installed on four powerships with a total output of 400 MW. Twenty one of them are of type 18V51/60DF dual-fuel diesel engines and the three of type 14V48/60 heavy fuel oil engines. The dual-fuel diesel engines allow the powership to generate electricity running either on heavy fuel or natural gas, whatever the infrastructure is available at site.
uk.xerson: Ïîõîäó îíè ðåøèëè âñå êèòàéñêèå øèïÿðäû çàïîëîíèòü ñâîèì íîâûì äèçàéíîì: ULSTEIN PX121 design PSV... Tàì ÿ âûøå ïèñàë ïðî Vroon, Ulstein Group è COSCO (Guang Dong) Shipyard Co Ltd. Wuchang Shipyard chooses Ulstein PSV Design Ulstein Design & Solutions has entered into an extensive contract with Wuchang Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd, China, on the delivery of ship design & equipment to four PX121 type platform supply vessels. Ship owner is the Singapore based Otto Offshore Ltd., who will receive all vessels in 2016. The contract also includes an option for four vessels. These PX121 vessels are capable of supporting offshore activities which are being carried out further from shore and in deeper waters. The vessels can carry flexible loads. In addition to tanks for various contents such as oil, water, and drilling fluids, they have four stainless steel tanks for flammable liquids or corrosive chemicals (LFL tanks). The vessels are certified by DNV and carry the ‘Clean Design’ notation. Measuring 83.4 metres in length and a beam of 18 metres, they have a cargo deck of 840 square metres and a load capacity of 4,000 tonnes (dwt). Each ship has a maximum speed of approximately 14.5 knots and accommodates 30 people. They carry the X-BOW hull line design, which is efficient on all draughts, a factor critical for PSVs, as they frequently operate with varying draughts. Each ship will be equipped with dynamic positioning system Class II and meets the requirements of Comfort Class The PX121 vessels boast a performance you would normally expect from a larger PSV. Being able to do this at a medium-sized PSV cost, with reduced emissions and fuel consumption, the ship owner gets a favourable combination of two market areas,” said Sigurd Viseth, managing director in Ulstein Design & Solutions. The contract with Ulstein includes the deliveries of design, engineering and main equipment. An extensive delivery from Ulstein Power & Control includes integrated control systems, bridge (radio, navigation), switchboard, diesel electric propulsion and frequency converters, and communication systems. The vessels will be prepared for offshore crane and mezzanine deck for ROV. With this latest ship design contract for Wuchang Shipbuilding and Otto Offshore, the total number of PX121 PSV designs have reached 30. August 25, 2014
uk.xerson: Îò Íîðâåãè, îò ÷óäîòâîðöû... The coolest PSV in Norway The Ocean Art PSV, recently delivered by Kleven shipyard, is being painted in the street art style by M-City, and according to the video below, hundreds of spray cans have been used for the job. The final decoration will be finished at Ocean Art’s naming ceremony this Thursday in Stavanger, during the Offshore Northen Seas exhibition. After the delivery the 90.4 meters long platform supply vessel, of VS 485 MKII L design from Wärtsila Ship Design, will join its sister vessel Ocean Star on a Statoil charter in the North Sea. Ñìîòðèì âèäåî - http://bcove.me/fvkbrnri
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