Nordic Maritime’s MKIII subsea service vessel, Mokul Nordic, has been renamed Nordic Prince and has started a long term charter for Noble Energy after arriving in Haifa, Israel.
Nordic Maritime was awarded a five-year charter for the DP2 IMR Subsea vessel from Noble Energy in October.
“We are glad to announce that our vessel Nordic Prince had arrived at Haifa Port and on-hire for the highly reputable international oil company, Noble Energy,” said Kjell Gauksheim, Executive Director of Nordic Maritime. “This marks a good start to what we believe will be a strong collaboration between Nordic Maritime and Noble Energy. Nordic Prince is now installed with a WROV and all ready for the new project.”
Nordic Prince is a DP2 VS470 MKIII subsea service vessel capable of ROV / IMR operations. It is specially customized and equipped to perform IMR/ROV work. The vessel has a 100-metric-ton active heave compensated offshore knuckle-boom crane and built-in swell compensation systems to 2,000 meters of water depth.
Compliant with SPS 2008 Code & Clean and Comfort class notation, Nordic Prince can accommodate 60 people, offers full cargo deck capacity, and logistical support to extend full usage flexibility.