Stril Server leaves Simek yard

The Stril Server, a newly built multi purpose support vessel, yesterday left the Simek yard in Norway.

The vessel, owned by Simon Møkster Rederi, was christened ‘Stril Server’ during a naming ceremony at Simek last week and was handed over to the owners on Wednesday, June 4.

The vessel is an 85.45 m long Subsea vessel of MM 85 MSV design. It was designed by Multi Maritime. The design is a development of two existing vessels Simon Møkster has taken delivery of from another Norwegian shipyard. The ship will be able to perform various subsea operations worldwide.

The vessel is now on its way to its first assignment in the Netherlands.

 

Offshore Energy Today Staff, June 10, 2014

 

 

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