Deep Sea Supply reveals July freight revenue

Deep Sea Supply, an Oslo Exchange-listed owner of offshore support vessels, today announced its fleet freight revenues for July 2014.

In July Deep Sea Supply’s PSV fleet (all 21* PSVs) had an average gross income of approximately USD 19.900 per ship per day compared to USD 21.100 in June.

The AHTS fleet (all 14* AHTS vessels) had an average gross income of approximately USD 19.600 per ship per day compared to USD 20.300 in July.

* 9 AHTS vessels and 12 of the PSVs are owned 50% by DESS through DESS BTG in Brazil.

One AHTS vessel has been undergoing scheduled maintenance during the month.

The newly delivered PSV Sea Surfer has not been included in the above reported figures.

 

 August 01, 2014

 

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