Seacor puts new fast crew supplier on display

Seacor Marine Holdings, Inc. has unviled the first of a its fleet of Fast Support Vessels (FSV), M/V Ava J McCall.

The 13,500 horsepower propulsion system onboard the M/V Ava J McCall allows the vessel to achieve a maximum speed of 38 knots. The vessel was built with ABS Class 2 Kongsberg dynamic positioning system.

The Ava J McCall was built by Gulf Craft in Franklin, Louisiana, and was engineered by Incat Crowther, an Australia company with office in Lafayette, LA.

According to Seacor, M/V Ava J McCall offers passengers a cabin arrangement that simulates first class airline seating. It has 56 seats, and it also has a conference table in the passenger area with seating for 12.

 

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