Viking Supply Ships sells PSV to focus on modern tonnage

Swedens’s Viking Supply Ships has sold the 1985 built platform supply vessel SBS Cirrus.

The transaction is motivated by Viking Supply Ships’ strategy to focus on modern tonnage, the company has explained.

The platform supply vessel was handed over to its new owners yesterday, September 16 2014. The sale of the vessel will have a positive impact of NOK 0.8 million on the third quarter results, Viking Supply Ships has said.

SBS Cirrus, currently moored in Aberdeen, recently worked for Centrica in the UK North Sea.

After the sale of SBS Cirrus, Viking Supply Ships’ fleet now consists of eight anchor handling tug supply vessels and five platform supply vessels.

 

September 17, 2014

 

 

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