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Singapore Shipyard Delivers Three High-tech Offshore Vessels

April 16, 2012

Imtech Marine completes three hi-tech ships in Singapore for the offshore oil & gas sectors

Imtech Marine has successfully completed three innovative new-build vessel projects in Singapore; Seven Borealis for Subsea 7, Rockpiper for a subsidiary of Royal Boskalis Westminster NV (RBWNY) and Flintstone for Tideway, part of the DEME Group. The ships will all operate in the oil and gas market.

The supply package for two of the three ships includes advanced dynamic positioning (DP), diesel electric propulsion, vessel management (VMS), automation, navigation and communication. The design and engineering was done in Rotterdam, production in Shanghai and installation & commissioning by the Imtech Marine team in Singapore.

Seven Borealis
Seven Borealis is a DP pipe laying and heavy lift (5,000-ton) construction vessel, built for Subsea 7 at the Sembawang Shipyard in Singapore. The ship is designed to work in very deep water.

Rockpiper
Rockpiper is an innovative fall pipe rock dumping vessel of Royal Boskalis Westminster. Imtech Marine integrated the electro-technical and automation systems and made the functional descriptions for the VMS and propulsion system on this Rockpiper

Flintstone
The Flintstone is the largest fall pipe rock dumping vessel of Tideway, part of the DEME Group and was also built at the Sembawang Shipyard.



 
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