Simon Møkster sells platform supplier outside offshore sector

Stril Neptun; Image: Simon Møkster

Norwegian shipowner Simon Møkster has sold one of its platform supply vessels (PSVs) to a customer outside the offshore shipping segment.

Simon Møkster said on Tuesday that the vessel in question was the Stril Neptun PSV and that it would be sold to an unnamed Greek buyer.

The vessel was delivered back in 1999 and served long contracts as a combined standby and supply vessel on the Norwegian Continental Shelf for ExxonMobil, Equinor, BP, and Aker BP.

According to the company, the vessel has been delivered to the new owners and will head to the Mediterranean in early November.

The Stril Neptun is 70.40 meters long, 16 meters wide, and has 580 square meters of deck space.


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