Subsea 7 Exercises Option for ‘Normand Subsea’

 

Subsea 7 has declared its option to extend the contract for the light construction vessel “Normand Subsea” for one year, starting March 2014.

This is the first of a total of four yearly options.

Normand Subsea is an offshore vessel built to perform Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (IMR) works. The 113 m long vessel has a deck area of 700 square meters. It is able to accommodate a crew of 90.

The vessel has been on contract with Subsea 7 since its inception, in 2009.

Offshore Energy Today Staff, August 30, 2013

 

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