Second ROV Secured Aboard 'Seabed Prince'

Press Release
Monday, December 24, 2012
Seabed Prince: Photo credit Swire Seabed

A Subfighter 15k ROV  has been mobilised onto the Swire Seabed AS vessel, deployed using an active heave compensated LARS system.

The vessel is also fitted with a 3,000m Heavy Duty Work Class ROV, currently operated by an active heave compensated A-Frame system. This additional ROV will increase redundancy on certain IMR and subsea requirements and also present the opportunity for simultaneous operations.

Seabed Prince is currently available prompt in Dundee, having completed a North Sea sensor recovery project on 16th December.

Ship's particulars:
    •    St 253 Design
    •    ERN: 99, 99, 99
    •    SPS Compliant
    •    650 m² deck area
    •    Accommodation for 62 persons, with upgrade option for 72 persons
    •    Active heave compensated 70 Te Offshore Crane
    •    2 X Kongsberg HiPAP 500
    •    Laser fan beam
    •    1 x 3000 m WROV with AHC A-frame LARS (more details in “Equipment” section)
    •    7,2 x 7,2 m Moon pool
    •    Economical fuel consumption: 13m³ at 12.5 knots
    •    Integrated helideck
 

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