Sonsub ROV, Support Vessel Available

Thursday, April 18, 2002
Sonsub Inc. is currently offering time slots for their ROV spread consisting of the HOS Dominator support vessel and the 2500m Triton XL 11 ROV system. Available for work during the time frame of April 21st to June 1st in the Gulf of Mexico, the vessel and ROV spread has been configured for light subsea construction and well intervention flying lead and umbilical installations. Additionally, the spread is well suited for route clearance and trenching of fiber optic and power cables using one of Sonsub's cable/pipeline trenching systems. The HOS Dominator measures 240 x 54 ft., is Class II DP vessel with a 30-ton A-frame. It has accommodations for 36 people, and offers a moon pool, a roll stabilization system, and an optional portable reel and vertical lay ramp system. The ROV Triton XL 11 is depth rated for 2500 m, capable of performing demanding deepwater construction and drill support tasks
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