MAC launches AHT ‘Stanford Mustang’

MAC (Mawei Shipyard) has successfully launched the Stanford Mustang, a 50m AHT with a special low air draft design, which will enable safe passage below bridges that connect offshore installations.

The Stanford Mustang is a MMC 950 design and will commence a long term contract from delivery in June 2014.

This vessel demonstrates MAC ability to take specific client requirements, tailor the design and co ordinate a timely and cost effective delivery to the new owner.

Marine Assets Corporation (MAC) offers specialized modern and sophisticated vessels to the offshore Oil & Gas industry. The first vessel on offer is a unique compact semi submersible DP3 Accommodation and Maintenance Support Vessel “CSS Accommodator” which will be followed by a 95 m DP2 IMR (Inspection, Maintenance, and Repair) Vessel.

Press Release, April 30, 2014

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