Vroon: First steel cut for new AHTS in China

Vroon, a Dutch shipping company, has announced through social media that the steel-cutting ceremony of NB Hull No. DN65M-V-1 took place at Fujian Southeast Shipyard yesterday morning.

The vessel, a 65 metres anchor-handling tug supply (AHTS) vessel, is scheduled for delivery to Vroon Offshore Services in 2015.

The AHTS will have a length overall of 65m, its deadweight will be 1700 tonnes, and will be capable of accommodating 39 people.

Vroon's new AHTS launched at Fujian

Vroon Offshore operates worldwide and has a fleet of around 160 vessels transporting dry cargo, containers and clean and dirty oil products, as well as a large fleet of offshore-support vessels.

Offshore Energy Today Staff, April 18, 2014

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