Reach Subsea finds work for ‘Edda Fonn’

Reach Subsea, a Norwegian owner of offshore inspection vessels, has secured a contract for its Edda Fonn vessel.

According to Reach Subsea, the contract is for an ROV/survey work covering the next 40 days for Edda Fonn.

Apart from sharing the scope of the contract, Reach Subsea only added that the contract would begin this week. It did not reveal the name of the client, nor the contract value.

Edda Fonn is a vessel used for IMR, survey and light construction services. The vessel has an overall length of 84.7 meters, 18 meters abeam, 700 square meters aft deck and a 7.2×7.2 meters working moonpool. Reach Subsea hired the vessel on a 3-year contract from Ostensjo Rederi in December 2014.

The vessel’s AIS shows it is currently anchored at Haugesund, Norway.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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