Solstad Farstad sheds another anchor handler

Solstad Offshore Singapore Pte. Ltd., a subsidiary of Norwegian offshore shipping company Solstad Farstad, has sold one of its anchor handling tug and supply (AHTS) vessels.

Solstad Farstad said on Thursday in an Oslo Bors filing that it sold its AHTS Nor Star to an undisclosed buyer.

The company added that the delivery of the vessel to the new owner took place on November 2, 2017.

The vessel was built in 2005 by Pt. Jaya Asiatic Shipyard in Batam, Indonesia. It is 70 meters long, 14,95 meters wide, and can accommodate 42 people.

Norway’s newly-formed OSV provider also said that the sale of the vessel would result in an immaterial accounting effect for the fourth quarter of 2017.

According to available AIS data, the vessel is currently moored at the Husoya port in Norway.

In recent months, the OSV provider sold the PSV Far Service, three anchor handlers to the Brazilian Navy in a deal worth approximately $24 million, and the Far Shogun AHTS.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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