Naming Ceremony for Eidesvik’s Viking Princess (Norway)

Naming Ceremony for Eidesvik's New Vessel - Viking Princess

Eidesvik’s new LNG powered offshore supply vessel , Viking Princess, was named in an official ceremony in Bergen, Norway, on September 14th 2012

The 89.6m long Viking Princess is delivery no. 347 from Kleven Shipyard, and is the sister ship to Viking Prince, which was delivered in March this year.

Eidesvik Offshore and Kleven are pioneers in the construction of gas-powered vessels, and built the world’s first gas-supply vessel, Viking Energy, in 2003. Kleven is the leading supplier of advanced gas-powered vessels in Norway, with seven vessels delivered and two new on order.

Viking Princess goes directly into a long term contract with Statoil.

Offshore Energy Today Staff , September 16, 2012

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