Ocean Services Expands Offshore Fleet

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Ocean Services, a member of the Stabbert Maritime Group of Companies, has acquired the Ocean Carrier, an 279 ft X 59 ft deep-water construction vessel in order to expand their commercial fleet.  This new asset marks Stabbert Maritime’s strategic move toward deep-water construction including ROV support, saturation dive support, and core drilling operations.

The Ocean Carrier is currently under complete rebuild at Stabbert Maritime’s satellite yard in Houston, Texas.  The refit consists of installing a new Dynamic Positioning (DPII) Kongsberg control system, 200-ton crane, and high end interior package. The Ocean Carrier is set for completion on July 15th.

Primary characteristics of the Ocean Carrier include open deck space of 9,150 ft, total horsepower in excess of 12,000hp for running propulsion, dynamic positioning, deep-sea construction equipment, and accommodations for over 50.  Special emphasis should be given to the hydraulic pedestal crane with a hook height of 394 ft and lifting capacity of 200t on single part line.

(www.stabbertmaritime.com)

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