Sea Trucks Returns to the Gulf of Mexico

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

July 29, 2015

Jascon 31 (Photo: Sea Trucks)

Jascon 31 (Photo: Sea Trucks)

Offshore installation services provider Sea Trucks Group announced it has been awarded a charter contract for its accommodation construction vessel Jascon 31 to operate in the Gulf of Mexico, marking the groups return to the region.
The contract will see Sea Trucks provide accommodation support services, lifting operations and installation work to Permaducto S.A. de C.V. for works on the KMZ68/69 project from Pemex for a period of 95 days, plus options.
Jascon 31, a DP3 accommodation construction vessel for both shallow and deepwater operations, is equipped with a 400-metric-ton, heave compensated, main crane, enabling the vessel to provide extensive subsea support services. The multipurpose vessel also features accommodation facilities for 469 persons, a heave compensated gangway and 1,300 square meters of unobstructed deck space.
Jascon 31 will soon begin sailing soon from West Africa to the Gulf of Mexico. Work is scheduled to commence in September 2015.
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