Norway: Island Offshore Secures Contract for Island Intervention Vessel

Norway-Island Offshore Secures Contract for Island Intervention Vessel

Island Offshore informs that the subsea construction vessel Island Intervention has commenced her charter with Subsea 7 which is likely to keep the vessel busy until the 2nd week of December.

The vessels duties involves light construction, crane, ROV, survey and positioning operations related to the tow out and positioning of two bundle tows of respective 7 and 5 km’s in length. Island Intervention will be used as a command and control vessel and the whole operation involves in total 6-7 vessels.

World Maritime News Staff, November 25, 2011; Image: Island Offshore

 

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