Norway: Deep Sea Supply Takes Delivery of Seatech P-729 Design AHTS Sea Vixen

Deep Sea Supply today took delivery of “Sea Vixen” ,Seatech P-729 design, a newbuilding AHTS from ABG Shipyard, India. “Sea Vixen” is the 8th delivery, in a series of 9 newbuilding AHTS vessels, from ABG.

The Deep Sea Supply fleet now consists of 14 AHTS and 8 PSVs, in total 22 vessels. In addition to this, Deep Sea Supply also has another 2 vessels under construction.

Deep Sea Supply Plc​​ is a ship owner and operator of a substantial number of Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels (AHTS vessels) and Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) and the Company has an extensive new building program. The delivery of the new buildings will be completed within 2012.

PRINCIPAL PARTICULARS:

Length overall (Mld hull) 63,0m,

Length B.P.  54.0m,

Breadth molded 15.80m

Depth moulded  6.8m,

Max. Operating draft moulded  5.1m,

Draft moulded (design) 4.6m,

Cargo Deck Area  420 M2

Source: Deep Sea Supply, October 3, 2011

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