Fairmount Fuji Assists Octomar Dive Team

press release
Monday, November 19, 2012

Fairmount Marine’s multipurpose support vessel Fairmount Fuji has supported Angolan maritime service provider Octomar Serviços Maritimos in underwater maintenance of the drilling rig Transocean Rather.

 

The Fairmount Fuji hosted and assisted a diving team of Octomar during the six weeks job offshore Angola. The Fairmount Fuji is a multipurpose support vessel with a spacious aft deck of 280 square meters and with towing capabilities. Fairmount Fuji had just finished assisting Congolese Muanda International Oil Company in a well intervention operation offshore Congo when the vessel was contracted by Octomar. The Fairmount Fuji was prepared in the port of Pointe Noire with equipment and personnel of Octomar before she was mobilized to the port of Luanda, Angola.


After clearance in Luanda the Fairmount Fuji sailed to the oil field. Octomar was contracted to perform underwater maintenance to the floaters of the semi-submersible deepwater drilling rig Transocean Rather, owned by Houston based Transocean Ltd. After six week of dive support operations, the job was successful finished. Thereafter the Fairmount Fuji was redelivered and ready for her next assignment.

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