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Seabulk Acquires Eight More Crewboats

Seabulk Offshore Ltd., a Hvide Marine company, has acquired eight crewboats for offshore energy supply service in the Gulf of Mexico. The acquisition brings the number of crewboats operated by Seabulk Offshore to 34, reportedly making it the third largest crewboat operator in the Gulf. The eight 80- to 110-ft. crewboats were acquired from Gulf Boat Marine Services, Inc. of Cameron, La., and have been assigned to Seabulk's home port in Lafayette, La.

The vessels were built from 1974 through 1980 by Breaux Brothers Baycraft and have served in the Gulf of Mexico.




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