Maersk Oil hires Island Offshore’s vessel

Maersk Oil North Sea UK Limited has awarded a contract to Island Offshore covering the time charter of the purpose built walk-to-work, subsea support vessel Island Crown.

The duration of the contract is 100 days, with options to extend the contracts further. The vessel will begin the contract on June 1, 2015, and the vessel is contracted to perform walk-to-work services on the UK continental shelf.

According to Island Offshore, since delivery in 2013 the vessel has successfully performed more than 500 connections to offshore installations and offshore service vessels by use of its fully integrated walk-to-work gangway, at heights between 10 and 25 meters above the water level in the North- and the Kara Sea.

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