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U.S. Flagged Chloe Candies

July 12, 2010

Photo courtesy Saipem America

Photo courtesy Saipem America

Saipem America's Chloe Candies vessel spread will be available for work in August 2010. The Chloe Candies is a U.S. Flagged, 280-ft Class II DP vessel with 8,000 sq.-ft. deck area, a 20-ft x 25-ft moon pool and a 75 ton offshore rated crane. The vessel is outfitted with two Innovator ROVs, (one 150 Hp system and one 250 Hp system), surface positioning and HiPAP 500 USBL system and a deployment winch with 11,000-ft of wire to support light construction operation and IMR in up to 10,000-ft and as well as diving support.
The Chloe Candies has been supporting all the major operators in the Gulf of Mexico during recent year and is currently finishing up a long-term project in Brazil. Track record includes Inspection, Maintenance and Repair services, Field Development and Subsea Construction and Intervention in up to 10,000-ft water depth.

Port of registry    New Orleans
Classification    ABS + A1 (E) + AMS + ACCU=DP2
Length, o.a.    280 ft
Beam    59 ft
Depth     24.3 ft
Draft    16.4 ft
Cargo deck area    8000 ft
Deck capacity    1000 lbs/ft2
Accommodations    66 berths for crew and passengers, including 35 cabins, mess hall, recreation room w/internet, conference room, client and manager offices, hospital, workout room and movie theater
Helideck Rating    Sokrsky 76 "max size"

Type      2 x Heavy Work Class
Type    100-ton Knuckle Boom Crane (offshore rated)
Max Capacity    31.75 MTe (35 t) deliverable to moon pool 45.4 MTe (50 t) @ 9.1m (30 ft)
Harbor lift    SWL at 5-26.3 meter radius:  
22 MTe (24.25 t) single line;
SWLat 5-9 meter radius:
100 MTe (110 t) single lines
Offshore lift    SWL at 5-26.3 meter radius
(Seastate 1) 15 MTe (16.5 t) single line
SWL at 5-9 meter radius: 
75 MTe (82.6 t) single line
Type    100-ton single drum below deck winch (11,000 ft - 3" wire)

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