‘Bourbon Grebe’ seismic support vessel delivered

Dubai’s Grandweld Shipyards recently completed delivery of the Bourbon Grebe vessel, according to a newsletter published by Offshore Ship Designers.

Illustration: A Bourbon SSV
Bourbon Grebe is the fourth Hybrid Seismic Support Vessel type IMT952 in a series of six for Bourbon Offshore. The vessel, designed by Offshore Ship Designers from The Netherlands, will be operated by CGG to assist in seismic operations such as chasing, towing, storage and transport of offshore supplies and crew.

The sister vessels Bourbon Petrel, Bourbon Fulmar and Bourbon Gannet are already in service in Europe.

These highly innovative vessels set high market standards for efficiency and operational excellence, Offshore Ship Designers said in its release.

Related: Grandweld Delivers Seismic Support Vessel to Bourbon

 

April 15, 2014

 

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