Olympic strikes two contracts

Olympic strikes two contracts

Norway’s Olympic Ship AS has signed a contract for M/V Olympic Taurus. Olympic has also inked a deal with Technip for M/V  Olympic Challenger. 

Olympic was awarded a new contract for 4+1  months with “an international customer” for M/V Olympic Taurus. According to the company, the vessel will be doing construction work in Argentina and the contract starts immediately.

Olympic Taurus is a Multipurpose Offshore Vessel of a MT6015 design with diesel electric propulsion, low fuel consumption and high flexibility. The vessel is equipped with helideck and Ahc crane was installed in Q2 2013.

Olympic Challenger

Olympic Challenger

Furthermore, Technip declared their second annual option for M/V Olympic Challenger.

The vessel now has firm work until August 2016.

According to Olympic’s data, Olympic Challenger is an ROV Support Vessel designed with focus on good sea keeping abilities and excellent station keeping performances. The company says that the vessel is environmental friendly with focus on low fuel consumption.

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