STX OSV Secures Contracts For A Series Of Three Multi Role Vessels

Friday, April 08, 2011

Singapore, 8 April, 2011 – STX OSV Holdings Limited (“STX OSV”), one of the major global designers and shipbuilders of offshore and specialized vessels, is pleased to announce that it has secured new contracts for the design and construction of a series of three Multi Role Vessels (MRV) for DOF ASA. Delivery is scheduled for the second half of 2012.

The new MRV 05 vessels were designed by STX OSV Design in Ålesund, Norway. Based on STX OSV’s new environmentally friendly PSV hull shape, the MRVs have been developed in close cooperation with DOF to fulfill specific roles in supply service, stand-by service, ROV operations and seismic activities.

The hulls will be delivered from STX OSV in Romania. Outfitting and commissioning for two of the vessels will take place at STX OSV Aukra, while the third will be delivered from STX OSV Brattvaag in Norway.

Source: STX OSV

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