Deep Sea Supply in three new charter deals with BP

Deep Sea Supply, an offshore supply vessel operator, has been awarded three new time charter contracts for operations in Egypt by BP. 

The vessel operator said on Wednesday that the 2014-built platform supply vessel (PSV) Sea Swift has been awarded a 2 years firm plus 1 year option contract.

In addition, the 2014-built PSV Sea Spear and 2013-built Sea Spark have each been awarded 1 year firm plus 1 year option contracts.

According to the company, all three vessels are expected to start operations early in the third quarter of 2016.

Sea Swift is owned by Deep Sea Supply through one of its 100% owned subsidiaries, while Sea Spark and Sea Spear are owned 50% by Deep Sea Supply through the joint venture DESS BTG.

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