Kleven Wins Rem Offshore Construction Vessel Contract

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Friday, November 09, 2012
MT6022 Construction Vessel: Image credit Kleven

Kleven gets contract to build it largest subsea construction vessel yet for Rem Offshore.

The vessel is of a MT6022 from Marine Engineering in Tjørvåg,

The design is for a length of 108m and a width of 22m, with accommodation for a total of 110 persons. The ship is equipped with a 250t offshore crane that can work down to 3000m ocean depth, a 7.2m square moonpool, and 3 ROVs (2 Work, 1 Observation).

The new building will be delivered in the first quarter of 2014.

Kleven say they now have 14 vessels in the order book, at a value of almost NOK 7-billion.
 

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