Prosafe Wins New Contract for ‘Safe Lancia’ in Mexico

Cotemar group has awarded Safe Lancia a three-year bareboat contract ending in December 2016.

The contract value is approximately USD 68 million.

The vessel was built in 1982 at the GVA/Kockums yard in Sweden to a GVA 2000 design.

She has a ten point wire-mooring system capable of station keeping in the harshest of environments. In 2003, she was upgraded to a DP2 station keeping system.

Prosafe is the world’s leading owner and operator of semi-submersible accommodation vessels. Operating profit reached USD 222.4 million in 2012 and net profit was USD 177.5 million.

Prosafe, Decembar 8, 2013

 

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