Six Ship Design Contracts for Ulstein in Brazil

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Photo courtesy Ulstein Group

Ulstein Design has signed six ship design contracts with Brazilian shipowners CBO and DSND Consub totalling over $69.2m. The contracts are for the delivery of design, engineering, main equipment and building follow-up, and cover three different types of vessels. DSND Consub has ordered two oil spill recovery vessels (OSRV) of the Ulstein P801 model with a conventional bow, while CBO ordered two larger and two smaller platform supply vessels (Ulstein PX105 and Ulstein PX106 types, respectively) with the Ulstein X-Bow.

Both shipowners will be utilizing Brazilian shipyards, with CBO’s four ships to be constructed at the Alianca yard, and DSND Consub’s two vessels at the ETP yard.

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