PSV Rem Mist Delivered

Press Release
Thursday, May 05, 2011

Ulstein Verft delivered the platform supply vessel Rem Mist to Remøy Shipping on 5 May 2011. The vessel, which is yard number 289 from Ulstein Verft, was delivered one day before the contracted date.

In his speech at the delivery, managing director of Remøy Shipping, Per Gunnar Jarnes, emphasised ULSTEIN’s ability to deliver advanced vessels on time - even before time in this instance. “In order to be successful in the global market, it is vital to focus on and develop what one does best – and that is what ULSTEIN has done with great success”, said Jarnes.

The vessel is a large PSV equipped with multi cargo tanks for dry media and liquids. The exhaust system grants a 360 degree view from the bridge. The exhaust is led through the ship side and escapes at the water surface, instead of going through the wheelhouse roof.

Rem Mist is the second vessel ULSTEIN delivers to Remøy Shipping. Her sister vessel, Rem Hrist, yard number 288, was delivered at the beginning of March this year. Both vessels have eight year contracts with Statoil in the North Sea.
 

Source: ULSTEIN Group

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