New contracts for Havila PSVs

Norwegian owner of offshore support vessels Havila Shipping ASA has entered into new contracts with Mærsk Oil for the PSV vessels Havila Clipper, Havila Herøy and Havila Fanø.

Havila Clipper will be with Maersk Oil on a firm contract for three years starting June 1, 2014 with one optional period of one year from June 1, 2017.

As for the Havila Herøy and Havila Fanø, Maersk has exercised options for both vessels at an extended five years period, in direct continuation of existing contracts.

According to the new agreement Havila Herøy will be working for Mærsk Oil until December 2019, and Havila Fanø until September 2020.

Also, Shell has declared first optional period of one year for the PSV vessel Havila Borg, currently working in West Africa. Havila Borg will work for Shell until July 2015 with further 3 optional years.

 

May 19, 2014

 

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