Two Vroon PSVs start Mediterranean ops for TechnipFMC

Two platform supply vessels (PSVs) owned by the shipping company Vroon have started a charter for oilfield services company TechnipFMC. 

Vroon announced on Wednesday, November 29 that VOS Patience and VOS Partner recently started the charter for TechnipFMC.

The two PSVs were delivered in Malta and will support TechnipFMC, supplying pipelines and subsea materials to TechnipFMC’s construction assets offshore in the Mediterranean. Both units will operate in the Mediterranean for two, non-consecutive phases in 2017 and 2018.

VOS Patience and VOS Partner are two of a series of six PX121-type PSVs, constructed for Vroon at the COSCO Guangdong Shipyard in China. According to Vroon, their Ulstein-patented X-BOW design ensures smoother vessel movements and optimal fuel efficiency.

Both vessels are under commercial and operational management by VOS Genoa.

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