Stanford Secures Long Term PSV Charter in Mexico

By Eric Haun
Monday, July 21, 2014
PSV Stanford Bateleur has secured a three-year contract with Mexiship in Mexico (Photo: Stanford Marine)

Stanford Marine announced today from its Dubai headquarters that it has secured a three-year contract for one of its 87-meter Platform Supply Vessels (PSV), Stanford Bateleur, in Mexico.

Stanford Bateleur was awarded a long term contract with Mexiship in Mexico.

Before commencing her long term charter in Mexico, Stanford Bateleur will be in Dubai to undergo some project specific modifications. The Bateleur has been working on charter in Malaysia with Haliburton and in Qatar with Maersk Oil, since her delivery in early 2013.

Pemex, the end user, will operate the vessel as an Injector Vessel out of the port of Dos Bocas, in the state of Tabasco. The Bateleur will join her smaller sister vessel, the 58m DP1 Stanford Goshawk, which has been working out of the neighboring port of Cd. Del Carmenin Campeche for the last 12 months.

Built by Fujian Mawei Shipyard in China, the 87-meter Stanford Bateleur is a DP2 diesel electric PSV with a deadweight of 5145 ton, a FiFi 1 notation, open deck area of 1,000 square meters and accommodation for a maximum compliment of 52 persons onboard.

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  • (Photo: Stanford Marine)

    (Photo: Stanford Marine)

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