DOF lands double PSV extension

Skandi Caledonia

Norwegian offshore vessel owner DOF has been awarded contract extensions for two of its platform supply vessels (PSVs). 

Namely, DOF secured the extension with Maersk UK for the 2011-built Skandi Gamma until the end of 2016.

The firm contract for a 3-month period, plus options, was signed with Maersk Oil in April.

Skandi Gamma is an Aker PSV 06 LNG design that is 94,9m long. The vessel can accommodate up to 25 persons in 19 single and 3 double cabins. She has 14 PGMACS cargo system tanks, a Low Loss Concept Switchboard and a machinery system with 3 generators.

Further, the company secured the extension for the PSV Skandi Caledonia with Apache North Sea until mid-January 2017.

Skandi Caledonia is a 83.85 m long PSV of a MT 6000 design built in 2003.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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