Harvey Gulf reactivates four vessels

U.S. offshore vessel operator Harvey Gulf International marine has signed four long-term contracts for currently stacked vessels.

Harvey Gulf announced the signing of long term contracts for the MPSV Harvey Intervention, 175′ FSV Harvey Hustler, 180′ FSV Harvey Runner and 220′ FSV Harvey Express.

These charters follow Harvey Gulf’s recent agreement with Delta Subsea to outfit the previously stacked M/V Harvey Steeler to provide ROV and survey services, the company said.

The Harvey Intervention was redelivered in April, 2017 with increased accommodations, totaling 75 persons and a new NOV 165 MT AHC ultra deep-water knuckle boom crane.

“This crane gives the Intervention 180 feet of hook height, more than any other US or foreign flagged MPSV crane vessel of its size, and capability of lowering sub-sea equipment to 3,600 meters,” the company said.

 

 

 

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