Cecon takes delivery of ‘Cecon Pride’

Cecon has taken delivery of their first vessel Cecon Pride from Davie Yards today, and the vessel is to depart for the Mediterranean at first high tide.

Cecon ASA, through its subsidiary Rever Offshore AS (“Rever”) and their ship owning company Cecon Shipping 2 AS (“CS 2”), has today taken delivery of their first vessel Cecon Pride from Davie shipyard in Quebec Canada.

The 130 meter long and 28 meter wide multipurpose offshore construction vessel is the first vessel delivered from Davie yards since 1997, and the most sophisticated vessel delivered from a North American shipyard ever. The delivery is a major milestone, both in the development of Cecon and in the re-building of the Davie ship yard in Quebec.

Cecon Pride, already renamed Micoperi Pride, is to depart at first high tide for the Mediterranean and her first contract for Italian contractor Micoperi, where she will do construction work for ENI.

Related: ‘Cecon Pride’ OCV getting ready for Mediterranean adventure

 

Press Release, August 25, 2014

 

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