Marin Teknikk to design DSCV for Ultra Deep Solutions

Marin Teknikk AS, a Norway-based designer of offshore vessels, will deliver design & engineering for a large Multipurpose Diving Support & Construction Vessel to Ultra Deep Solutions (USD) in Singapore.

The vessel, to be built by Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries (ZPMC) will be of the MT6027 DSCV design (“The Red Class”), with an 18 men twin bell saturation system, for operations down to 300 meters.

MT6027 DSCV is an advanced Diving & Construction Vessel developed for demanding operations worldwide. The vessel will have a length of 142.9 meters and a breadth of 27 meters, accommodation for 140 persons, two cranes, a 400 T offshore crane with depth capability to 5200 m single fall and 3200m dual fall, and one 40 T offshore crane for operation down to 300m. In addition, arrangement for 2 WROV’s (unmanned remote operated submarines/robots) for operations down to 3000 meters ocean depth.

The vessel is to be built by Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries (ZPMC) in China, and will be ready for delivery 1st quarter 2017.
Marin Teknikk says it has designed a functional Diving Support & Construction vessel with high focus on safety, following up designing environment-friendly, modern and advanced multi-functional offshore diving support construction vessels.

Marin Teknikk to design DSCV for Ultra Deep Solutions

The vessel’s 1,500m² open deck space and deck strength 10 ton/m² and a smaller area at 650 m2, creates a good platform for transport of equipment and tools to and from oil- and subsea fields, prepared for world‐wide operations in the less deep and ultra-deep oil and gas sector projects.

The vessel will be built according to Det Norske Veritas class with the new SPS code; DNVGL + 1A1, EO, SPS, DSV-SAT, Diving System-SAT, NAUT-OSV(A), CLEAN DESIGN, DYNPOS AUTRO, COMF-C(3) V(3), ICE C, CRANE, HELDK-SH, DK(+), BIS, Winterized Basic.

“We are very pleased to sign this contract”, states Sales Director of Marin Teknikk Richard Gjerde. “We feel comfortable with the experience and knowledge in UDS, and have been working close with UDS the last year to develop one of the largest and advanced DP3 diving vessels in the offshore industry. This contract shows again MT’s strong position in the OSV market and that we are among the world’s leading designers of advanced diving & construction vessels.”

“With only 30 similarly-sized but older vessels in this class worldwide, and the requirement in the industry for safe yet fast-response vessels, UDS is poised to deliver such high standards of quality to the deep and ultra-deep water projects. The “Red Class 6027” combines the practicality, safety, reliability, efficiency and impressive subsea technology. We are confident that it will exceed the expectations of oil majors and offshore operators,” says Sheldon Hutton, Chief Executive Officer of UDS.

The contract includes an option for one vessel of the same type.

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