Bisso Marine Loads Umbilical Reel

Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Photo courtesy Bisso Marine

Bisso Marine successfully loaded a 281-ton umbilical reel onto an offshore installation vessel. Using the 700-ton D/B Cappy Bisso, the crew loaded the 281-ton umbilical reel from shore to the installation vessel for transport to a deepwater location 190 miles south of New Orleans in the Gulf of Mexico. Since 1890, Bisso Marine has provided quality services to the marine and energy industries, offering marine construction, pipe laying, salvage, heavy-lift and diving services. With offices and strategic alliances located across the Gulf Coast, South America, Europe and Asia, the Bisso Marine fleet is uniquely positioned to provide a full range of maritime services and emergency response across the globe.

(www.bissomarine.com)

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