HOS Orders MPSVs

Marine Technology Reporter
Friday, June 21, 2013

Leevac Shipyards Jennings LLC signed contracts with Hornbeck Offshore Services, LLC, for the construction of two  STX Marine SV 310 Multi-Purpose Supply Vessels (MPSV), 12,070 BHP diesel electric powered MPSV’s measuring 302 x 76 x 26-ft.
The SV 310 is described by the shipbuilder as a complex vessel design with unique characteristics integrated into the design by Hornbeck Offshore to meet a number of subsea inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) support and heavy lift requirements.   It will feature a 250-ton crane provided by Cargotech, and will be powered by four Caterpillar Model 3516C Tier 3 IMO II Marine variable speed diesel propulsion generator sets rated at 2250 kW each. 
The propulsion drives and thrusters are being provided by Schottel.  GE Power Conversion is the vendor for the integrated electrical system, power management, vessel control, DP-2 systems, machinery alarms, power and propulsion systems. Marine Interior Systems has been selected for the joiner work and Marine Aluminum will be providing the helideck system rated for a Sikorsky S-92 helicopter.  The vessel will be built to ABS, USGC and SOLAS classifications. Additionally, will be ABS Classed with the A1 Offshore Support Vessel (FFV-1) notation for off ship fire-fighting capabilities and SPS (Special Purpose Ship).
Leevac is currently building two Z-Tech 2400 Class Escort Tugs for G & H Towing Company, one MMC 879 PSV, two LDS 300 DE PSV’s for Tidewater Marine, and two LDS 270 DE PSV’s for Aries Marine.

(As published in the June 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com)

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