Spotted: Vroon PSVs Depart on Maiden Voyage

In today’s spotted we present you two newly build platform supply vessels (PSVs), VOS Princess and VOS Principle, that left Fujian Southeast Shipyard in China at the start of their maiden voyage earlier in July.

The two vessels are part of a series of eight PSVs being built at the shipyard for Vroon. They are equipped with full under-deck supply capabilities that include stainless-steel tanks for the carriage of methanol.

With a free deck space of 750 square meters, the 3,830 dwt ships can accommodate 52 persons.

VOS Princess and VOS Principle have a length of 80 meters each, and a breadth of 18.4 meters.

Both vessels will be managed by Vroon Offshore Services.

Image Courtesy: Vroon

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