GSP Offshore buys PSV trio from MAC

Romania’s GSP Offshore has acquired three new Platform Supply Vessels from Marine Assets Corporation (MAC).

The recently built vessels of MMC 887 design, named GSP Altair, GSP Centaurus and GSP Pegasus, measuring 87.02 meters in length and 18.80 meters in width. The 5,000 dwt vessels have a deck area of 1000 m2 and accommodations for 52 persons.

The GSP Pegasus is equipped with a DNV class knuckle boom electro hydraulic crane manufactured by TTS, GPCFO 3200 – 20035, rated 100 tons, suitable for subsea services. The crane is active heave compensated (AHC) and is designed to operate in extreme weather conditions, at ambient temperatures ranging between -20 and + 45°C.

The new large PSVs were built under a contract by MAC at Fujian Mawei Shipbuilding, in south eastern China.

 

August 04, 2014

 

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