Havila secures work for pair of platform suppliers

Offshore vessel operator Havila Shipping has secured work for two platform supply vessels. 

The first contract is with Maersk Oil for the platform supplier Havila Clipper. The contract is for a firm period of six months and one optional period of six months and it is in direct continuation of existing contract.

The vessel has been working for the Danish oil company since 2014 when it was hired on a firm contract for three years starting June 1, 2014, with one optional period of one year from June 1, 2017. According to the latest AIS data, the vessel is currently in the UK sector of the North Sea.

The Havila Clipper, of a Havyard 832 design, was built by Fjellstrand and delivered in 2011.

The company has also secured work for the PSV vessel Havila Borg with Peterson Den Helder BV for a firm period of seven weeks with optional periods up to three weeks. The contracts is entered into on market terms. The vessel, currently moored in Aberdeen, has been in layup since the end of last year.

The Havila Borg is also of a Havyard 832 design built by Havyard Tomrefjord and delivered in 2009.

The owner of the vessels did not reveal any financial details of these two new contracts.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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