DELIVERY YARD NUMBER 288 ‘REM HRIST’

Monday, March 07, 2011

Yard number 288 from Ulstein Verft, the platform supply vessel ’Rem Hrist’, was delivered to Remøy Shipping at 3 March 2011.

Rem Hrist’ is Remøy Shipping´s first vessel from Ulstein Verft. Her sister vessel, ’Rem Mist’, yard number 289, is under construction and will be delivered later this spring.

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

The PX105 design from ULSTEIN is one of the most popular, and captain Ole Petter Nygjerde from Remøy Shipping is looking forward to taking the vessel to the North Sea. The vessel has entered an eight year contract with Statoil.
 

Source: Ulstein Group

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