Shipyard de Hoop Starts Building Delta Logistics's PSV

On December 4, Dutch shipyard de Hoop started the steel cutting of the 70×15.8 metre Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) for Delta Logistics Limited of Trinidad.

This vessel heralds the next generation of De Hoop PSV’s, coming as a further development of De Hoop’s KISS design that was recently built and delivered for Pemex in Mexico.

The deep-water capable vessel will operate in the offshore fields near Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean Sea and is scheduled for delivery in the third quarter of next year.

Press Release, December 13, 2013

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