Norwegian shipping company, Olympic Ship AS, has informed that two of its vessels have been awarded new contracts.
M/V Olympic Triton was awarded a new contract, firm for one-year plus an additional optional year, up to two years total.
The contract was awarded by Demar in Mexico. The vessel will perform subsea and support functions for Demar under contracts with PEMEX for work in the Gulf of Mexico.
Olympic Triton is a Multifunctional Subsea Vessel with a large deck area and large cargo capabilities for most operations. The company says that the vessel is equipped with diesel-electric machinery which ensures low noise levels and low fuel consumption.
The vessel M/V Olympic Zeus has been chartered for a period of up to 90 days. The vessel will be carrying out project work in West-Africa. The contract will start early February 2015.
Olympic Zeus is an Anchor Handling Tug Supply and Offshore Construction Vessel with hybrid propulsion system. The vessel has installed 250t offshore crane. Extended version of Safe Deck Operation equipment also installed. Equipped with: Merlin WR200 – Electrical Work Class ROV 200 HP
CEO, Stig Remøy, states: “I am very pleased with the contracts. These awards confirm the demand for the Olympic fleet despite a challenging marked.”