Subsea 7 extends ‘Normand Subsea’ charter

Subsea 7 has declared its option to extend the charter for the construction vessel “Normand Subsea”, owned by Norway’s Solstad Offshore.

The extension is for one year, starting March 2015. This is the second 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, one of the world’s leading contractors in engineering, construction and subsea services to the offshore industry, since its inception, in 2009.

 

Offshore Energy Today Staff, August 12, 2014

 

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