Keel Laying Ceremony for ‘VOS Fascination’ (China)

Vroon has announced that that the keel-laying ceremony for VOS Fascination took place on Saturday 28 September at Nanjing East Star Shipbuilding in China.

VOS Fascination is a 50-m ERRV (emergency response and rescue vessel). She is the last vessel in a series of six ERRVs under construction in Nanjing. An additional four 60-m ERRVs will be built at Fujian Southeast Shipyard, China. All ten vessels have a revolutionary, wave-piercing bow that has been designed exclusively for Vroon.

VOS Fascination will be delivered to Vroon Offshore Services in 2014 and will operate in the North Sea.

Offshore Energy 2013

In a separate statement Vroon Offshore Services B.V., together with MPI Workboats Ltd., said it would be participating in the Offshore Energy 2013 Exhibition, to be held in the Amsterdam RAI conference centre on Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 October 2013.

“Visit us at booth 11.148 for more information on the services we offer and to discuss future projects and business opportunities,” Vroon said.

Offshore Energy Today Staff, October 03, 2013

 

 

 

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