China Shipyard Delivers PSV to Bourbon Offshore

Press Release
Monday, November 05, 2012
'Bourbon Calm': Image credit Ulstein

Ulstein-designed PX105 Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) delivered.

The PSV Bourbon Calm has been delivered to Bourbon from China's Zhejiang Shipyard, the third in a series of four such vessels built to Ulstein's PX105 design for Bourbon Offshore.

Bourbon Calm has a length of 88.8 metres, a width of 19 metres, deadweight 4,290 tons and a maximum speed of 15.5 knots. The ship is equipped to carry a permanent crew of 25.

The new vessel's cargo system has been designed to ensure safe and efficient loading and discharging offshore, with the Multi-Application Cargo Solution (MACS) and product tank configurations to give a major increase in flexibility of cargo operations and capacity. 


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