Seascape opts for Bibby Offshore’s ROV

Bibby Offshore’s Singapore division, Bibby Offshore Singapore (BOS), has secured a contract with subsea service provider Seascape.

Singaporean company Seascape, a subsidiary of Mermaid Subsea Services, has appointed BOS to provide ROV services for its DP2 dive support vessel (DSV), the Windermere.

The 365 day contract, which started on January 5, 2015, involved the vessel being mobilized with a Bibby Offshore owned ATOM work class ROV. The 100HP, 3000m-rated, SMD ultra-compact work class ROV is suitable for drill support, survey and  construction duties, and can be mobilized on vessels and rigs with limited deck space.

Malcolm Rennie, General Manager at Bibby Offshore Singapore, said: “This contract win with Seascape is further evidence of the continued demand for BOS’s services as a leading supplier of specialist ROV equipment, and experienced personnel. This announcement marks a positive start to the year for the division and underpins our commitment to providing a first class service to clients in the region.

Dive support vessel (DSV) Windermere

“With the continued support of Bibby Offshore, the team in Singapore strives to deliver competitive services to the Asia Pacific region and India, and to be a partner of choice for leading companies in the region.”

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