Odyssea Marine Acquires Vessels from AMT Marine

Wednesday, October 04, 2006
Odyssea Marine, Inc. has purchased five offshore supply vessels from AMT Marine, Inc. based in Larose, La. The five vessels range in length from 150 ft. to 200 ft., are all DP1 classed and include the Darwin John, Andi N. Martin, A.A. Martin, Taylor R. Martin and the Mary Martin, a Bollinger built OSV delivered in August 2006. The vessels operate in the Gulf of Mexico supplying cargo to major and independent oil companies, marine construction firms, as well as support drilling operations. With the recent purchase of the Lytal Enterprises, Inc. vessel fleet consisting of six offshore supply vessels in February of this year, the Odyssea OSV Division is one of the youngest fleets in the Gulf of Mexico. The vessels feature advanced technology that the company anticipates the longevity in service and solutions for the oil and gas industry.
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