Deep Sea Supply Takes Delivery of AHTS Vessel SEA BADGER (Norway)

Deep Sea Supply today took delivery of “Sea Badger”, a newbuilding AHTS from ABG Shipyard, India. “Sea Badger” is the 7th delivery in a series of 9 newbuilding AHTS vessels from  ABG.

The Deep Sea Supply fleet now consists of 13 AHTS and 8 PSVs, in total 21 vessels. In addition to this, Deep Sea Supply also has another 3 vessels under construction.

Deep Sea Supply Plc is an offshore supply company. The Company is owner and operator of a total of 22 Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels and Platform Supply Vessels. The Company has a new building program consisting of four vessels. The current newbuling program will be completed within 2012. The Company intends to become one of the leading owners and operators of supply vessels on a global basis. Deep Sea Supply Plc will primarily seek to obtain and maintain a chartering profile with emphasis on short and medium term contract markets for the large AHTS vessels. For the PSVs and the small AHTS vessels, Deep Sea Supply Plc will seek to obtain medium to long term contracts.

The current fleet of vessels currently operates in the North Sea spot market, West Africa, Mediterranean, South East Asia and Brazil.

Source: deepseasupply, June 23, 2011;

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Posted on June 23, 2011

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