EMGS extends ‘Boa Galatea’ contract for another year

Boa Offshore has announced that EMGS ASA has declared the second of the originally 3 x 12 months options for the vessel S/V Boa Galatea as per charter deal signed 12.03.2007.

The vessel will now remain with EMGS on a  firm contract up to 17th of July 2016, with an option to extend for another year.

The Boa Galatea vessel is of MT 6007 design, custom built for seabed logging operations to detect hydrocarbons beneath the seabed. The ship’s length overall is 80,35 m with a beam of 16,40m. Deadweight is approximately 3000 tonnes. Maximum speed is approximately 17 knots.

The vessel is designed with dedicated working deck area arranged on 4 deck levels, accommodation is for 57 persons and a helideck aft for Sikorsky S-92 class.

The MT 6007 design has a fully integrated diesel electrical propulsion system and a DP system. The design with optimized hull lines and specially designed superstructure ensures low fuel consumption, excellent manoeuvring, good sea keeping abilities, high safety and high flexibility.

 

July 08, 2014

 

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