Contract extensions for two Island Offshore OSVs

Island Offshore, a Norwegian shipping company, announced that two of its offshore supply vessels (OSV), Island Endeavour and Island Earl, have been awarded contract extensions with their existing charterer, Peterson Den Helder.

According to the company, the two OSVs have been on time charter to Den Helder-based Peterson supporting the SNS Pool in the southern sector since August 2008 and January 2009, respectively. The extensions cover a firm charter period throughout January 2017 for both vessels.

“This contract extension is important to Island Offshore in such challenging times. We are very pleased to see that our vessels are preferred, and we look forward to future co-operations with Peterson and the SNS Pool,” says managing director of Island Offshore Management AS Håvard Ulstein.

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