PHOTO: Bordelon Marine’s new vessel

PHOTO Bordelon Marine receives new vessel - Draft
Image by Bordelon Marine

The image above shows the MV Brandon Bordelon vessel, soon to be delivered to Bordelon Marine, a U.S.-based provider of transportation services to the offshore oil and gas industry.

According to Bordelon Marine, this new ultra light intervention vessel featuring a helideck and a 60-ton AHC crane will be delivered to the company by November-end, 2015.

As for the equipment and deck space, the vessel can operate two work class ROV systems and has 575 square meters of usable deck space. It is also equipped with two Ranger2 Pro thru-hull USBL full systems.

The MV Brandon Bordelon is designed with removable bulwarks around the entire aft of vessel along with power, water, air, and hydraulic oil connections on the deck.

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