Olympic Shipping in dispute with Boa over early redelivery of vessel

Norwegian offshore shipowner Olympic Shipping on Friday said its client Boa Marine Services had made an early redelivery of the Olympic Boa offshore construction vessel.

The vessel had been under the contract with Boa Marine since mid-2014, and should have stayed with Boa for three years.

In a statement on Friday, Olympic Shipping said it was in dispute with Boa Marine Services Inc. on settlement for the remaining contract period.

However, Olympic said the vessel was already under the contract with a new client, and under the new name, Olympic Athene.

The vessel has been used in support of offshore operations in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, and according to Marine Traffic, it is currently moored in Brazos Harbor, Freeport, Texas.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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