November 2015 - Marcon International, Inc.

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Marcon International, Inc.
Vessels and Barges for Sale or Charter Worldwide
November 2015
Supply & Tug Supply Boat Market Report
Following is a breakdown of available supply and tug supply vessels we currently have as shipbrokers officially listed
for sale worldwide. Not included are those available on a private and confidential basis.
Tug Supply Boats
Under 3,000 –
3,000HP 4,000HP
Feb 1997
Jan 1998
Jan 1999
Jan 2000
Jan 2002
Jan 2003
Jan 2004
Jan 2005
Jan 2006
Jan 2007
Jan 2008
Jan 2009
Feb 2010
Feb 2011
Feb 2012
Feb 2013
Nov 2013
Feb 2014
May 2014
Aug 2014
Nov 2014
Feb 2015
May 2015
Aug 2015
Nov 2015 – Worldwide
Nov 2015- U.S.
Nov 2015– Foreign
Avg. Age Worldwide
Avg. Age U.S.
Avg. Age Foreign
For Charter Worldwide
For Charter U.S.
For Charter Foreign
12
8
5
5
7
9
5
10
8
8
3
3
5
4
4
6
5
5
4
3
2
2
1
1
1
0
1
1970
0
1970
3
0
3
26
20
20
20
18
15
13
13
22
18
21
17
25
31
21
22
15
10
13
14
15
16
22
21
19
0
19
1984
0
1984
10
0
10
4,000 –
5,000HP
5,000 –
6,000HP
6,000 –
7,000HP
7,000 –
8,000HP
8,000 –
9,000HP
9,000 –
10,000HP
10,000 –
12,000HP
12,000HP
Plus
19
7
9
14
15
15
8
13
18
7
8
14
22
36
34
37
32
29
30
28
26
29
23
28
24
0
24
2002
0
2002
12
0
12
19
11
9
10
10
6
9
26
13
17
17
19
47
36
34
34
21
22
22
20
21
30
37
36
35
0
35
2004
0
2004
22
0
22
8
6
4
8
7
6
6
9
6
8
8
11
15
19
19
19
14
14
18
20
22
19
22
25
26
0
26
2009
0
2009
11
1
10
14
8
5
15
19
13
10
11
7
8
8
8
16
18
15
11
11
10
11
8
9
11
11
11
10
2
8
1987
1980
1989
8
0
8
9
3
5
8
8
5
7
6
5
6
1
8
18
25
30
25
13
9
9
9
9
9
11
12
13
0
13
1995
0
1995
9
0
9
0
0
0
0
1
3
2
3
4
3
0
2
6
9
6
7
4
4
5
5
4
4
4
3
2
0
2
2
0
0
0
2
1
8
3
2
2
3
4
12
10
11
9
5
7
5
6
4
4
4
4
4
0
4
2010
0
2010
4
0
4
2
4
2
2
2
3
14
14
10
10
13
16
1
30
21
22
22
21
21
19
17
17
17
17
15
4
11
2000
1991
2003
6
0
6
Up Since Last Report
1986
0
1986
0
0
0
Total
110
67
59
82
89
76
82
108
95
87
82
102
167
218
195
192
142
131
138
132
129
141
152
158
149
6
143
85
1
84
Down Since Last Report
Of 13,081 vessels and 3,831 barges tracked by Marcon, 3,280 are supply and tug supply boats, with 291 officially on
the market for sale. 70.09% of foreign and 98.51% of U.S. flag supply / tug supply boats Marcon has officially listed for
sale are direct from Owners. So far in 2015, actual sales price of all vessels and barges sold by Marcon International
has averaged 86.02% vs. 2014’s 86.42% and 2013’s 87.07%.
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Marcon International, Inc.
Supply Vessel Market Report – November 2015
Market Overview
Tug supply boats officially on the market for sale increased from 129 to 149
vessels since November 2014 with the biggest changes being 14 more 5-6,000HP,
four more each 3-4,000HP, 6-7,000HP and 8-9,000HP AHTSs offered. Nine fewer
AHTSs are for sale since August 2015 – but of course in today’s market many
additional vessels can be developed on a private & confidential basis.
The good news for potential serious buyers, if there are any out there, is that
vessels now offered for sale generally average several years newer than those last
November. This is due partially to continued scrapping of older tonnage and
primarily because Owners are laying-up and looking to dispose of select idle /
under-utilized tonnage or non-core assets because of the present and potentially
future market conditions. At the time of this report, 80 tug supply boats officially for sale were either built within the last
10 years or are newbuilding re-sales. Only 34.87% of tug supply boats currently for sale are 25 years of age.
Counter-balancing today’s “old ladies” are 17 newbuilding AHTS resales, in the 4,400-10,728BHP range, scheduled for
delivery in 2015 and 2016. One year ago, 43.41% of AHTSs for sale were built before 1989 and five years ago 62.90%
of the tug supply boats were built prior to 1985. These decreases in percentage of the fleet over 25 years of age
further support the younger ages referred to above. In addition to our published listings, other vessels not officially on
the market may be developed on a private and confidential basis.
Platform Supply Boats
Feb 1997
Jan 1998
Jan 1999
Jan 2000
Mar 2001
Jan 2002
Jan 2003
Jan 2004
Jan 2005
Jan 2006
Jan 2007
Jan 2008
Jan 2009
Feb 2010
Feb 2011
Feb 2012
Feb 2013
Nov 2013
Feb 2014
May 2014
Aug 2014
Nov 2014
Feb 2015
May 2015
Aug 2015
Nov 2015 – Worldwide
Nov 2015 - U.S.
Nov 2015 – Foreign
Avg. Age Worldwide
Avg. Age U.S.
Avg. Age Foreign
For Charter Worldwide
For Charter U.S.
For Charter Foreign
Under
150’*
150 –
160’
160 –
170’
170 –
180’
180 –
190’
190 –
200’
200 220’*
7
2
2
2
4
2
4
2
2
5
6
2
3
3
3
3
8
6
6
5
4
3
2
2
2
2
0
2
1981
0
1981
3
1
2
1
1
2
3
5
6
7
7
6
3
1
2
5
3
4
7
8
8
9
9
9
11
10
9
9
9
4
5
1998
1998
1997
6
0
6
5
7
6
13
16
17
20
13
15
12
8
7
6
13
13
11
9
7
7
10
9
11
11
11
11
11
8
3
1988
1985
1996
4
2
2
7
5
5
12
12
12
16
10
9
7
5
5
6
12
7
8
8
1
4
8
6
7
8
8
7
7
4
3
2000
1997
2004
3
0
3
13
5
7
17
16
17
22
32
67
60
29
23
32
35
48
28
27
26
21
21
17
15
13
13
14
15
8
7
1984
1989
1978
6
2
4
8
0
3
4
3
2
5
7
16
9
6
3
7
12
15
9
8
9
9
9
9
9
11
20
21
24
5
19
2004
2005
2004
5
0
5
6
5
6
9
3
5
5
19
8
7
3
4
6
5
13
10
10
10
9
11
11
15
17
17
20
21
9
12
1999
1998
1999
4
0
4
Up Since Last Report
220 –
240’*
5
6
8
1
2
19
22
16
30
22
23
24
18
22
20
17
16
17
14
3
1991
1989
2000
7
2
5
240’
Plus
4
6
4
4
5
15
16
21
15
19
22
26
30
31
30
32
36
36
9
27
2006
2004
2007
11
3
8
Total
29
25
31
60
59
61
79
90
132
115
70
51
72
117
141
113
123
108
110
123
113
124
122
129
136
142
61
81
49
10
39
Down Since Last Report
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Marcon International, Inc.
Supply Vessel Market Report – November 2015
There has been a lot of activity with all sizes of PSVs coming on and off the market
over the last year as the number of platform supply vessels for sale increased by 18
boats since November 2014. There is generally a greater selection of larger and
younger PSVs available to Buyers than one year ago. The greatest changes are 15
more 190-200’ vessels with an average year built of 2004 vs. 2000 last year, six
more 200-220’ (1999 vs 1996), and five more 240’ plus (2006 vs 2008 – a deviation
from the pattern) PSVs presently on the market. There was a six vessel increase in
platform supply boats on the S&P market since August 2015. Like the anchor
handling tug supply boats, PSVs now being offered are generally several years
newer than those offered back in November 2010. As of the time of this latest report, Marcon International officially has
available 49 supply boats built within the last ten years, which includes 23 newbuilding re-sales scheduled for delivery
in 2015 and 2016. 45 PSVs, or 31.69%, are 25 years of age or older,
with the two oldest PSVs listed built in 1969 - compared to one year
ago when 49 PSVs (39.52%) were older than 25 years, and the oldest
was built in 1968. Five years ago, the oldest PSV on the market for
sale had been built in 1967, but 126 PSVs (75.00%) were older than
25 years. As with the AHTSs discussed above, PSV owners have
found themselves in the same unenviable situation of too many boats
and too little work. For those with employment though it is a good time
to start replacing older units with a newer and more efficient fleet
The dominant location for second-hand tonnage on the market in 2015
has alternated between Southeast Asia and the U.S. with the U.S. now
leading again with 25.4% (up from 20.7% August and 19.0% one year
ago) followed by Southeast Asia with 23.0% (down from 24.5% August
and up from 16.2% one year ago), the Far East with 15.8% (which was
the leading market November 2015 with 23.7%) and the Mid-East with
11.0%. Where location is unknown is 3.8%. The rest of the globe makes
up the final 21.0% of locations. CAT is the principal main engine
suppliers to this sector powering 75 of the supply & tug supply vessels
listed for sale, followed by EMDs in 36 and Cummins in 23 vessels.
Niigata leads foreign manufacturers with 30, then Wartsila with 25,
Yanmar in 18, 11 with MAKs and 62 units powered by various other
manufacturers.
In addition to those for sale, Marcon has 134 straight supply and tug
supply vessels listed for charter worldwide, the same as August 2015 –
but there are obviously many more in today’s market idle and hungry
for employment.
Crude Oil Prices
US$
WTI - Cushing, Oklahoma
Brent - Europe
Mar-15
47.82
55.89
Apr-15
54.45
59.52
May-15
59.26
64.08
Jun-15
Jul-15
Aug-15
Sep-15
Oct-15
59.82
50.90
42.87
45.48
46.22
61.48
56.56
46.52
47.62
48.43
Source: Energy Information Administration, Office of Oil and Gas.
Marcon’s Market Comments
In our Fall 2015 newsletter’s article “OSVs on the Edge of the Abyss”, we wrote about the impact of languishing oil
prices on the OSV market. Since we published that article in September, not much has really changed. We have seen
oil prices further drop, 2016 R&D budgets cut further, additional contracts cancelled and even more vessels laid up.
We have been in this cycle before, remember 1986? 2016 is just around the corner. Will this new year be when the
tide changes and we start to see real improvement in the OSV market, or...?
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Details believed correct, not guaranteed. Offered subject to prior sale or charter.
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Marcon International, Inc.
Supply Vessel Market Report – November 2015
Recent Marcon Sales & Charters
So far in 2015, Marcon International has sold or chartered 29 vessels and barges, include one 215.8’, 9,800HP AHTS,
five crewboats and one 170’ survey vessel, with several sales still pending. Five 5,000HP twin screw and ASD tugs;
one 9,700HP AHTS; one 5,150BHP, 2011 built AHTS; and two 230’ - 285’ barges continue to be fixed on previously
arranged long-term charters in the U.S., Latin America and Southeast Asia.
Marcon International, Inc. is pleased to announce the sale of the
purpose built survey vessel "New Horizon" from Scripps Institute of
Oceanography to private interests. The 170' loa x 36' beam x 15'
depth / 12.76' loaded draft "New Horizon" was specially built as a
dedicated oceanographic research ship for Scripps, whose research
vessels and research platform make up one of the largest academic
fleets in the world. “New Horizon's” design originated in a study made
in 1965 to develop specifications for a new class of research ships to
replace the aging R/V “Horizon”, the 143’, 1944 built former Auxiliary
Fleet Tug “ATA-180” and other converted ships used in
oceanographic research. The plans included many innovative
features such as use of a shallow-draft broad-beam workboat hull with house forward with modifications of form for
better "sea-kindliness", careful design to keep admeasured tonnage below 300 tons, provision of standardized boltdown fittings at 2-foot spacing on deck and within lab spaces,
provision for "portability" of deck equipment, and use of standard ISO
vans for additional lab spaces, living spaces, explosives magazines,
and deck equipment. The contract to build New Horizon was awarded
to Atlantic Marine, Inc., of Fort George Island, Florida in 1977. The $4
million ship was completed in October 1978 in time to join the Scripps
fleet during the year of the institution's 75th anniversary. Over the
years, “New Horizon” worked in many regions of the ocean except the
polar seas, but primarily in the eastern North Pacific Ocean. A large
proportion of her cruises took place offshore of California and Baja
California. She engaged in all fields of oceanographic research and is
known for flexibility in design, ability to keep station precisely, and
rapid turn-around capability.
"New Horizon" is classed ABS +A1, (E), +AMS. Capacities
include 1,730ft2 clear deck, 1,265ft2 lab space, 41" diameter
instrument well, 40,000g fuel oil and 8,736g potable water and
960gpd water maker. The vessel is fitted with a Nautilus 3300065 4,000lbs. crane and 11,500lbs. A-frame over a 12' wide x 7'
long x 3' deep sloped stern ramp. The vessel is powered with
twin CAT D398B main engines developing 1,700BHP total at
1,225RPM, plus a 250kW bowthruster. Two Heimdal bronze CP
propellers are driven through 3.9:1 gears, delivering a speed of
up-to 13.5 knots. The vessel has long legs with range of
9,600nm and endurance of 40 days with accommodations for up
to 12 crew and 19 scientists. “New Horizon” will continue to work
under her new ownership as a U.S. flag research and survey
vessel. Marcon acted as sole broker in this transaction, the third vessel Marcon has brokered to or from Scripps
Institute of Oceanography as sole broker. In 1984, Marcon brokered the sale of the former 125’ x 32’ supply /
geophysical survey vessel “Midnight Alaskan” (now the "Robert Gordon Sproul") from Louisiana sellers to the Institute
as a replacement for the research vessel “Ellen B. Scripps”, a 96’ x 24’ vessel which Marcon sold to a small Southern
California construction company. “Ellen B. Scripps” successfully served Scripps since 1965, when she was built by
Halter Marine for the University of California. The “New Horizon”, subject to availability at time of commitment, may be
developed for time charter through Marcon.
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Details believed correct, not guaranteed. Offered subject to prior sale or charter.
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Marcon International, Inc.
Supply Vessel Market Report – November 2015
Marcon International, Inc. is pleased to announce the sale of the U.S.
flag crew boat "South Fork" between private interests. The allaluminum, deep-“vee” hull vessel was built in 1970 by Camcraft, Inc. of
Crown Point, Louisiana. Camcraft, established in 1965, was a prolific
builder of aluminum crewboats, pilot boats, tour boats and ferries. The
shipyard was taken over in 1983 by Sal Guarino, the famous naval
architect, and renamed Aluminum Boats. It was later acquired by Trinity
Marine in 1988 but closed in 1995 after building around 377 vessels.
The 80.0' loa x 73.7' lbp x 20.0' beam x 8.4' depth x 5.00' loaded draft "South
Fork" is capable of carrying a total of 30 persons on-board and 9,150lbs. on a
24' x 13' clear deck aft. Tankage consists of 1,000g of fuel, and 2,500g of water.
"South Fork" is powered by twin GM 12V71TI diesels producing a total
1,050BHP driving fixed pitch propellers through Twin Disc MG 514 gears. Max
speed is about 20 knots on 50gph. Marcon acted as sole broker in the
transaction and has represented the Buyer in numerous sales and purchases
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over the years. This is the fifth crewboat sold so far this year and the 104 crew
or pilot boat sold over the last 34 years.
Pacific Maritime Freight, Inc., of San Diego California sold the U.S. flag 63.0
’x 14.3’ x 7.2’ depth, aluminum hull, crew boat “Gracie G” (ex-Gray T., Robbie
Briley, Dolores) to Anchorage Launch Service of Portland, Oregon. The
vessel was originally built for oil field service in 1965 by Breaux’s Bay Craft of
Loreauville, Louisiana and extensively rebuilt and re-powered in 2006 by her
former Owner. “Gracie G” is now powered by twin Tier 2 rated Detroit Diesel
Series 60 DDEC engines developing a total of 950BHP at 1,800RPM. This
gives the vessel a maximum speed of abt. 25kn and an economic range of
abt. 350nm. She is USCG Certified for a total of 34 persons on board, and
can accommodate deck cargo aft on her steel 11.75’ x 11’ clear deck. The new Owner will use the vessel, renamed
“Triumph”, in their Columbia River water taxi and launch service business. Vessel was reportedly in very good
condition at the time of the sale and will be delivered by the Buyer on her own bottom - up the West Coast from
Southern California to Astoria, Oregon. Marcon acted as the sole broker in the sale and has represented both buyer
and seller in a number of previous transactions.
Tidewater Marine International Inc. has sold their 44.2m x 8.1m x 3.6m depth /
1.7m maximum draft, 168mtdw, high-speed, aluminum crew / supply vessel “Merlin
Tide” to private European operators. Built by Swiftships Shipbuilders LLC of
Morgan City, Louisiana for Tidewater as Hull 524 in 1999, the vessel is powered by
five 956kW Cummins KTA 38M2 diesels developing a total of 6,600BHP at
1,900RPM, driving four 4-blade bronze 46” x 46” fixed pitch props plus a centerline
aft hydro-jet for additional maximum thrust. This propulsion package develops
speeds from ranging from about 18kn economical to 27kn maximum with fuel
consumptions from 150 – 304gph respectively and a range of about 1,925nm at
economical speed. Maneuverability of the vessel is enhanced by a bow thruster.
The Vanuatu-flagged “Merlin Tide” has deck cargo capacity of 111.8 tons
on a clear deck space aft of 21.9m x 6.4m and tankage for 70.5mt drill
water and 52.4mt fuel and certified to carry a total of 159 persons on
board in air conditioned accommodations. The vessel is classed by ABS
with notations +A1, HSC, Restricted Service, AMS. “Merlin Tide” had
been working West Africa for Sonatide Marine Services Ltd. of Angola
and was lying in Walvis Bay, Namibia at the time of sale. Marcon
International acted as sole broker in the transaction. Marcon has handled
over 20 sales for Tidewater since the 136’ first generation supply boat
“Low Tide” in 1983, plus represented Buyers in purchases of over a half
dozen crewboats during the last fifteen years.
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Details believed correct, not guaranteed. Offered subject to prior sale or charter.
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Marcon International, Inc.
Supply Vessel Market Report – November 2015
Worldwide Sales & Purchases News
Farstad Shipping ASA sold their 14,400BHP AHTS “Far Sky” to Vietnamese owners
Seascape Meadows. The vessel was built in 1991 at Simek at a reported cost of US$21.7
million, measures 241’ x 53’ and is powered by four Bergen KVB12 main engines. Classed
with DNV, the vessel has been reflagged to Panama and renamed “Sea Meadow 05”. The
sales price is rumored to be around US$ 6m. Farstad had owned the vessel since newbuild.
Norwegian standby operators Atlantic Offshore have sold two their vintage offshore
vessels. First was the 1,000dwt PSV “Ocean Produce” (ex-Normand Produce,
Solvbas) to Northern Survey Sp/f of the Faeroe Islands. Built in 1974 at Pattje
Waterhzn BV; Netherlands, the unit measures 175’ x 37’ and is classed with DNV.
The vessel has been renamed “Cecilia” and reflagged to the owner’s domestic
registry. The vessel had been laid up since September 2014.
Secondly, Atlantic Offshore sold their Bahamas flag, standby safety vessel “Ocean Sun”
(ex-Havila Sun, Sunbas, Sun Tender, North Breeze, Ocean Range, Rembertiturm – OSA
601) to unknown buyers. Built at JG Hitzler Schiffswerft in 1972 for the renowned German
offshore operator Offshore Supply Association and is powered by twin CAT 3512TA main
engines creating 2,850BHP.
Seamec have purchased the multi-role accommodation vessel “Revelation” (exWestern Cove, Olga Bravo, Anna Marie Bech) from Trinity Offshore for $2.6m.
Built in 1975 at Sonderborg Skibsvaerft AS as a stern trawler, the unit was
converted to a research vessel in the mid-eighties and then to its present role in
2007. It measures 78m x 13m and is powered by a single B&W Alpha engine
creating 2,400BHP. It accommodates about 140 persons. The vessel is classed
with Indian Register of Shipping.
The DP2 Vik Sandvik 470 Mk II design “Siem Sasha” (ex-Sasha”) has been sold by Siem
Offshore Rederi AS at market prices to an unknown buyer. Built at 2005 at Aker
Langsten, the 3,500dwt vessel measures 240’ x 55’ and is powered by twin CAT 3606
main engines creating 5,400BHP. UPDATE: The new registered owners are Siem
Offshore Ghana Intl.
Gulfmark Offshore have sold their 3,300dwt UT705 pipe carrier PSV “North Truck” (exSound Truck) to the Danish company Blue Star Line for reportedly somewhere in the $1.61.7m range. Built in 1983 at Ulstein Hatlo for GulfMark AS, the unit measures 264’ x 59’ and
is powered by two Nohab main engines totaling 6,120BHP. The Danes have renamed her
“Blue Betria” under the Denmark (Dis) registry.
The 1981 Sigbjorn Iversen built standby rescue vessel “Grampian Pride” (ex-Standby
Pride”) has been sold by UK owners North Star Shipping to Ledra Ena Shipping of
Limassol, Cyprus. Measuring 131’ x 32’ x 19’ depth and powered by twin Deutz
SBA12M816 engines creating 1,300BHP total, the vessel is classed with DNV and is
notated with Ice Class 1C. The vessel has been renamed “Ledra Pride” and reflagged to
the Cypriot registry.
The AHTS “Katun” has been sold by FEMCO to Diavlos Salvage and Towage of
Greece. Built in 1983 for the Russian Govt. by Ulstein Hatlo, the unit measures
222’ x 47’ x 22’ and is powered by four Bergen KVMB121 engines creating around
12,000BHP and 135T of Bollard Pull via a double drum winch. The vessel has
been renamed “Diavlos Force” and reflagged from the Russian to the Panamanian
registry. The unit is currently in Singapore awaiting employment / towages.
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Marcon International, Inc.
Supply Vessel Market Report – November 2015
The huge 2009 built multi-purpose construction vessel “OSA Goliath” has
reportedly been re-registered to a new Singapore registered single purpose
owning company and renamed “Nor Goliath”. It is not clear if this change of
ownership is actual/real or perhaps some corporate maneuvering in light of the
Oceanografia fraud situation. As reported by Bloomberg last year “The
‘Goliath’, once the property of Oceanografia SA, has been under the control of
the bond trustee since it was seized four months ago following a default that
was accompanied by accusations from Citigroup Inc. that the contractor
committed fraud on a $400 million loan. Since that takeover, the bonds
secured by the ship have soared 35 percent to 115 cents on the dollar, almost
seven times the average gain for Mexican corporate debt. The trustee is now moving to liquidate the ship to
compensate bondholders, tacking on penalties and missed interest payments to the payout amount. Estimated to be
worth $245 million as recently as last year, the ship could fetch a price that would be more than enough to cover the
$160 million of defaulted bonds. While there’s still a risk that Mexico might try to claim the ship as an Oceanografia
asset amid criminal probes, investors are betting the sale will go through.”
Maersk Supply Service have sold their 1983 built high ice class STX AV240 design AHTS “Maersk Placentia” (ex-Maersk Shipper, Placentia Bay),
to fellow Danes Bjerrum & Jensen ApS. Built by Bel-Aire Shipyard in
Vancouver, the unit measures 235’ x 52’ x 24’ and is powered by four MAK
6M453AK main engines creating 10,880BHP. The vessel has been
renamed “Storm Express”.
As perhaps a sign of the increasingly challenging times for the industry, the 2008,
ABG built 6,500BHP AHTS “Sea Weasel” owned by a Efogen Sdn Bhd joint venture
and operated by Deep Sea Supply, Singapore has, we believe, yet to find a buyer
through the Admiralty Courts after being arrested in mid-February. Two sale dates
had been posted this summer and the vessel is still showing as being arrested but
unsold at the time of writing. The vessel had been seized to satisfy a charter dispute.
Red7Marine Group went into administration in June with Accountancy firm EY (formerly Ernst & Young) appointed to
handle the winding down of affairs. Shortly following their appointment, the administrators concluded a sale of the
business and assets of I&C (Inland and Coastal) to I&C Limited, a new entity backed by a private investor, preserving
54 jobs. However the group’s Offshore business did not form as part of the sale. Offshore ceased trading on
appointment of the administrators and subsequently two vessels were then almost immediately sold being:
The “Red7 Reel” (ex-DP Reel, Bourbon Reel, Havila Reel and Boa Reel), a DP2
multipurpose support vessel, was sold to Jade-Dienst GmbH (a subsidiary of
Bohlen & Doyen) of Germany. Built in 1976 at Smedvik Mek. Verstadin Norway,
it measures 296’ x 59’ x 23’ depth and is powered by twin MAK 6M453AK main
engines. The vessel is equipped with a 50t AHC knuckle boom crane. Red 7
Marine had purchased the vessel in 2011 from Argo SRL for reportedly $8m. The
vessel has been renamed “DPV Supporter”.
The “Red7 Tonjer” (ex-Normand Tonjer) has been purchased by UK owners and
operators Atlantic Marine and Aviation LLP. Built in 1983 at Georg Eides Sonner,
Norway, the 6,000BHP UT705 designed unit measures 265’ x 59’ x 23’ depth and is a
DP2 offshore support ship suitable for dive, ROV and accommodation operations. The
vessel was converted from a PSV back in 2000. Red7 Marine purchased the vessel from
former owners Solstad the beginning of 2014.The unit is flagged in Isle of Man. Atlantic
Marine is upgrading the vessel to become SPS compliant and include a Walk to Work
Heave compensated gangway system. The vessel was renamed to “Atlantic Tonjer”.
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GulfMark Offshore sold their UT755, 1996 built PSV “Highland Trader” (ex-Safe Truck) to
Indian owners, Tag Offshore Ltd. of Mumbai who have renamed it “Tag 18”. Built at
Soviknes Verft in Norway, the 220’ x 52.5’ vessel is powered by twin Bergen KRMB 9
engines creating 5,400BHP. Vessel has retained her DnV class, along with a dual IRS –
Indian Register of Shipping.
Tag Offshore Ltd. also purchased the former UT755 “Northern Supporter” (ex-Suffolk
Supporter) owned by Deep Ocean. Tag Offshore renamed it “Tag 17” and reflagged it to the
Indian Registry. The vessel is almost an identical sister to the above “Highland Trader” and
built by Soviknes Verft AS in 1996 at a reported cost of abt. US$15,482,000.
To continue their flurry of purchases, French owner operators, Bourbon Offshore have
parted ways with their 5,460BHP AHTS “Weza” to Tag Offshore Ltd. Built in 1999 at
Chantiers Piriou, the UT719-2 design unit measures 210’ x 50’ and is powered by twin
Normo Bergen KRMB-9 main engines. The vessel was reflagged to India, is classed by
BV and IRS class societies and now operating as the “Tag 16”.
It has been reported that the FEMCO owned 12,000BHP, DP1 AHTS “EEMS” (exNormand Titan, Normand Viking, Troms Titan, Viking Titan, Polar Titan) has been sold to
unknown, but possibly Vietnamese, buyers. The 1985 Umoe Sterkoder built unit
measures 237’ x 53’ and is powered by twin Wartsila 12V32 main engines. The unit was
flagged with the Russian registry and classed with RMRS.
DOF ASA of Norway sold their DP2 TMV-4000 design PSV “Skandi Fjord” to Eagle
Shipping Ltd. of Liechtenstein, but with technical management out of Cuxhaven,
Germany. Built in 1983 at Kaldnes Mek, Norway at a cost of abt. US$ 10.8 million, the
pipe carrier measured 289’ x 60’ and is powered by twin Wichmann 9AXAG main engines
creating 7,200BHP. The vessel remains under Bahamanian flag and LR 100A1 class, but
renamed “Eagle Fjord”.
Fellow Norwegians Eidesvik sold their Seismic vessel “Viking II” to Dutch buyers C-Bed IV
BV. Built in 1999 at Mjellum & Karlsen Verft / Stocznia Gdanska originally as the “Vertias
Viking II”, the vessel measures 306’ x 72’ beam and is powered by twin MAK 9M32 main
engines creating 11,800BHP. The vessel was renamed “Wind Innovation”, flagged to the
UK registry and is being converted in 2016 for use in floating hotel operations.
DOF sold another two units this last period; the first being the highly sophisticated
DP3 Dive Support “Skandi Arctic” to French EPIC contractors and charterers
Technip. Built in 2009 at STX Soviknes the Aker OSCV 06L design vessel
measures 515’x 88’ beam and creates 27,000BHP via six Wartsila 7L32 main
engines. The vessel accommodates 140 persons, has a helideck and a 400T crane.
At present, the vessel retains the same name and flag. It is believed that Technip
were the long term charterers before the sale was executed.
The other unit to depart the DOF stable was the DP UT 705 pipe carrier PSV
“Skandi Falcon” that was purchased by Russian buyers, JSC Marine Arctic
Geological Expedition. Built in 1990 at Kvaerner Rosenberg, the unit
measures 268’ x 59’ and is powered by twin Bergen main engines creating
6,000BHP. The vessel has been renamed “Fedor Kovrov” and reflagged to the
Panama registry. The unit has been repositioned to the Russian Far East.
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Alam Maritim Resources Berhad has announced that a subsidiary signed a Memorandum of Agreement with
Wellspring Marine Trading for the acquisition of the offshore support vessel “OLV Venture 1” (ex-Vallianz Isabella,
Hull HT102216). According to Alam, the contract was signed on March 24, 2015 and was worth $60 million. “OLV
Venture 1” was built in 2015 at Guangzhou Hangtong. The offshore support vessel is of 85m, DP2 6,000BHP and
classed under the American Bureau of Shipping Classification Society.
The 3,297mtdw UT 705 PSV “Atlantic Eagle” (ex-Ocean Mainport, Olympic
Commander, Northern Commander, Tender Commander) has been sold by Eagle
Shipping of Germany to Hai Duong Co. Ltd. of Vung Tau City, Vietnam and
renamed “Sea Meadow 06”. Built by Ulstein Hatlo AS, Ulsteinvik in 1976, the
vessel measures 265’ x 59’ and flies the Panama flag.
Solstad Shipping, like DOF, has been selling off older units. Off the shelf they divested
themselves of the anchor handlers “Normand Jarl” and “Normand Skarven”. First, the
12,000BHP “Normand Jarl” was sold to SeaOwl France and renamed “VN Sapeur”.
The UT712 designed vessel was built at Ulstein Hatlo in 1985 and measures 75m x
16.6m. The UT 716 “Normand Skarven” (ex-Troms Skarven) (pictured right) was also
reported sold, but six months after the event the ownership details have yet to be
updated. The vessel measures 79.7m x 18m and is powered by four Bergen main
engines driving two 1,800kW 600vAC generators each connected to two electric motors
developing a total of 13,200BHP.
DryShips Inc of Athens, the largest U.S.-listed dry bulk fleet operator, has inked
a deal to acquire about 98% of Nautilus Offshore Services Inc. for a purchase
price of $87 million plus the assumption of about $33 million of net debt. Through
its subsidiaries, Nautilus owns six Offshore Supply Vessels, four of which are Oil
Spill Recovery Vessels and two are Platform Supply Vessels, all of which are on
time charter to Petrobras until certain dates through 2017. The vessels are
managed by TMS Offshore Services Inc., an entity controlled by the company’s
CEO, George Economou. The purchase price will be partly financed by a new
loan facility of $50 million provided to DryShips by an entity controlled by
Economou. The loan will be secured by shares that DryShips holds in its affiliate Ocean Rig UDW Inc. and by one
Panamax drybulk carrier and has a tenure of three years. Additionally, the lenders and the borrowers have certain
conversion rights. The transactions were approved by the independent members of the company’s Board of Directors.
The six vessels are the “Vega Corona” (pictured above), “Vega Crusader”, “Vega Emtoli”, “Vega Inruda”, “Vega Jaanca”
and “Vega Juniz”. The vessels are DN59m designs, measure 59.2m, were built at Fujian Funing Shipyard in the 20122013 periods and are powered by twin CAT 3516C-HD main engines creating 5,150BHP.
A Singapore-based brokerage house has speculated that shipbuilder Ezra
Holdings may consider a sale-and-leaseback deal of its vessel “Lewek
Constellation” to ease the financial burden. Built at a cost of US$ 625
million, this vessel is a state-of-the-art ultra-deepwater pipelay construction
vessel, of which only two currently exist globally. According to the brokerage
house, the transaction of the “Lewek Constellation” can unlock around US$
200 million of equity and aid in the repayment of some US$ 400 million debt
relating to the vessel. The 22,000dwt vessel measures 584’ x 150.9’ x 51.2’
depth and has 12 main engines creating 40,790BHP. On deck, there is a 3,000MT SWL at 25m Huisman crane, a 70100T handling crane and 3,000m depth ROV hangers with dedicated moonpools.
The VS 492 designed seismic vessel “European Supporter” ex-Oceanic Viking, Viking
Lady), built in 1996 at Flekkefjord Slipp for US$ 26.958 million, was sold by Eidesvik to
Eidesvik subsidiary Bina Nusantara Perkasa in Indonesia for a gain of about NKr 100
million (US$12.5 million). The 346.5’ x 72.2’ beam vessel is powered by two Wichmann
12V28B engines creating 10,768BHP. The DP 2 vessel is classed by DNV.
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US owner operator Cal Dive of Houston, Texas through bankruptcy proceedings has
sold the following units:
 The DSV “Texas” including contract interest and subsidiary has been sold to
Arendal S de RL de CV of Mexico for US$ 3.5 million. Arendal also paid
another US$ 4.53m for two of Cal Dive’s Mexican subsidiaries.
 Everest Hill Marine (BVI) paid US$ 10m for five vessels and miscellaneous
assets including the following vessels: ROV Support / DSV vessel “Mystic Viking” built 1983 in Marystown; the
“Midnight Star”; the barge “Pacific”, the “Cal Diver I” and the “Rider”.
 Local US gulf based scrappers purchased the “Lone Star” and “American Constitution”, “Kestrel”, “Brave”,
“Pecos” and “Cal Diver II”.
Swire Offshore have offloaded their 12,000BHP, UT-720 design AHTS “Pacific Banner” to
Tag Offshore. Measuring 216’ x 47’ and built in 1998 at Ulstein Verft AS, the vessel is
powered by twin Wartsila 12V13D main engines. Vessel has been renamed “Tag 19” under
the Indian flag, with the Indian Registry of Shipping added as a dual society to her DnV +1A1
Tug Supply Vessel Fire Fighter 1, SF E0 HL classification.
Norwegian owners Farstad Shipping has sold their UT-719-2 design anchor handling
tug/supply vessel “Lady Guro” to Sadhav Shipping Ltd of Mumbai, India. The vessel was
built in 2001 by INP Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. of Ulsan, South Korea. The sale was
conducted on behalf of the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary Farstad Shipping Pte Ltd,
which is based in Singapore. The vessel was sold at book value. The vessel was renamed
“Adwita” and reflagged to the Indian registry.
DOF’s subsidiary, DOF Subsea of Norway just reported the agreement to sell their subsea /
dive support vessel “Skandi Inspector” (ex-Skandi Captain, Far Captain, Tender Captain) to
unknown international buyers. Built in 1979 at Ulstein Hatlo, the former UT-705 design pipe
carrier measures 266’ x 59’ and is powered by twin 1,765kW MAK 6M453AK engines
creating 4,814BHP driving twin controllable pitch props.
News
Harvey Gulf International Marine (HGIM) announced it is launching a new affiliate,
Harvey Shipyard Group, to manage its shipbuilding assets. Harvey Shipyard Group is
acquiring Gulf Coast Shipyard (Gulfport, MS) and Trinity Yachts (New Orleans, LA).
HGIM Chairman and CEO Shane J. Guidry said, “These shipyard acquisitions will
position Harvey Gulf as America’s only builder, owner, and operator of dual-fuel
(diesel/LNG) offshore supply vessels and allow us to pass along the savings of lower
operating costs and environmental protection to the Marine Transportation industry.”
Building on Gulf Coast Shipyard’s success in constructing the nation’s first LNG OSVs
for the offshore market and building top of the line tank and hot oil barges, HGIM and
its affiliates will catapult the Gulf Coast Shipyard into a state-of-the-art builder of worldclass vessels. HGIM alone is investing $350 million to construct its dual-fuel fleet. This
July, HGIM will be opening its first of its kind marine fueling station at Port Fourchon,
LA to bring LNG as a marine fuel to the offshore and inshore industry. HGIM’s $25 million Phase I construction will be
capable of fueling Harvey Gulf’s fleet of dual-fuel offshore supply vessels and will accommodate America’s growing
fleet of over-the-road vehicles operating on safe, efficient LNG. Harvey Gulf is the only American shipbuilder to meet
the stringent requirements of the ABS “ENVIRO+, Green Passport Gas Fueled Ships” certification and will continue
building and operating the most environmentally–friendly vessels in the Gulf of Mexico. “The duel-fuel vessels we’re
building and our LNG bunkering facility are indicative of HGIM’s commitment to develop and utilize the safest, most
environmentally-friendly vessels and fuel technology available today,” said Guidry. Harvey Gulf expects its shipyard
acquisitions will result in an expansion of operations in Gulfport and New Orleans as it continues to bring innovative
dual-fuel ship design, engineering and construction to its marine transportation industry clients.
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French offshore vessel operator Bourbon has taken 26 supply vessels out of service amid
the continuing slump in offshore oil and gas activity. More lay-ups could follow and
Bourbon will continue to “stack” vessels without any prospect of activity for three months
or more, said the company. The laid-up vessels are mostly in the shallow-water segment
and many are "non-strategic", without dynamic positioning or diesel electric propulsion,
according to Bourbon. Bourbon told IHS Maritime the vessels had been withdrawn from
service gradually throughout the first half but declined to say in which regions and
countries, on the grounds that the information was confidential. In its first-half revenue announcement, the group said
that for its main marine services business virtually all regions had registered significantly less activity.
Esvagt is getting new owners. Two international infrastructure investors, 3i
Infrastructure plc and AMP Capital, are acquiring the company for around $610
million from Maersk Group and ESE-Holding A/S. Esvagt was founded in 1981 by
ESE-Holding A/S to offset unemployment in the fishing industry. In 1991 the Maersk
Group bought 50% of the company and in 1998 increased that to 75%. The
remaining 25% has remained with ESE-Holding A/S. Since 2009, Esvagt has more than doubled its turnover and is
one of the industry's most profitable companies. "Esvagt is a sound, well-run company with an exceptional operational
excellence, and we have assessed how we best serve Esvagt's long-term interest, as they are not part of the Maersk
Group's core business. The sale to 3i Infrastructure plc and AMP Capital has proven to be the best way of ensuring
that ESVAGT can continue its development based on a strong culture and heritage, while at the same time creating
value for the shareholders," said Maersk Group CFO and Chairman of the Board in ESVAGT, Trond Westlie.
Completion of the transaction remains conditional upon receiving clearance from the European Commission under the
EU Merger Regulation. Completion is anticipated by the end of September 2015. Esvagt has a fleet of 43 vessels (1 SOV newbuilding scheduled for delivery in 2016 and 1 - CCV newbuilding scheduled for delivery in 2017) and more
than 800 employees on and offshore.
A drop of more than 80% in the price of leasing offshore platform supply vessels has
forced a north-east Scottish firm into administration. Fletcher Shipping, of Portlethen,
which owned four ships for leasing with support the past three years from the Scottish
government-funded Scottish Loan Fund. It had two other ships on order for nearly
£17m, using a loan from Santander bank. But it ran into cash flow problems early this
year as the oil price fell. Administrators at PwC said the daily spot price for hiring
offshore vessels dropped from £18,000 to only £3,000. Prices reflected oil
production firms cutting costs and exploration. The administrators transferred
Fletcher Shipping assets to a new company, FS Shipping, in a so-called 'pre-pack'
deal. This was financed with £18m, raised through Grovepoint Capital. The main
assets of Fletcher Shipping, founded in 2007, were the “FS Pegasus”, “FS
Aquarius”, “FS Pisces” and “FS Taurus”. The pre-pack deal means the operations
continue uninterrupted, while shareholders lose out and creditors only recover some
of their lending to the collapsed firm.
Due to the weak market, Solstad Offshore will have up to 13 vessels laid up, in addition to reducing its workforce by
approximately 300 positions, the Norwegian offshore service company announced in its 1H 2015 report. An
overcapacity in the North Sea market for both platform supply vessels and anchor handling tug supply vessels is
resulting in approximately 50 vessels to be laid up for Solstad.
The activity in the construction support vessel (CSV) segment has been
higher in the North Sea as well as worldwide. However, the general market
outlooks are still weak and have not changed during the summer. In addition
to low oil prices, the uncertainty in Brazil and the sanctions between EU/USA
and Russia have not changed to the better for the market. The company
expects that the market will continue to be weak in the remaining part of the
year and also in 2016, Solstad said. As a result, the company will lay-up an
additional 10 vessels, mainly PSVs and AHTSs, by the end of the year, which
will reduce its workforce by approximately 300 positions.
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Tidewater Inc. announced that the three member tribunal constituted under the rules of
the World Bank's International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)
has awarded subsidiaries of Tidewater more than $62 million in compensation, including
accrued interest and costs, for the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela's expropriation of
the investments of those subsidiaries in Venezuela. The award, issued in accordance
with the provisions of the Venezuela-Barbados Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT),
represents $46.4 million for the fair market value of Tidewater's principal Venezuelan
operating subsidiary, plus interest from May 8, 2009 to the date of payment of that
amount accruing at an annual rate of 4.5% compounded quarterly ($13.9 million as of
March 13, 2015) and $2.5 million for reimbursement of legal and other costs expended by
Tidewater in connection with the arbitration. As previously reported by Tidewater, on February 16, 2010, Tidewater and
certain of its subsidiaries (collectively, the Claimants) filed with ICSID a Request for Arbitration against Venezuela. In
May 2009, Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA), the national oil company of Venezuela, took possession and
control of (a) 11 of the Claimants' vessels that were then supporting PDVSA operations in Lake Maracaibo, (b) the
Claimants' shore-based headquarters adjacent to Lake Maracaibo, (c) the Claimants' operations in Lake Maracaibo,
and (d) certain other related assets. In July 2009, Petrosucre, S.A., a subsidiary of PDVSA, took possession and
control of the Claimants' four vessels, operations, and related assets in the Gulf of Paria.
It was Tidewater's position that, through those measures, Venezuela directly or indirectly expropriated the Claimants'
Venezuela investments, including the capital stock of the Claimants' principal operating subsidiary in Venezuela. As a
result of the seizures, the lack of further operations in Venezuela, and the continuing uncertainty about the timing and
amount of the compensation Tidewater might collect in the future, Tidewater recorded a charge during the year ended
March 31, 2010 to write off substantially all of the assets associated with Tidewater’s Venezuelan operations. The
Claimants alleged in the Request for Arbitration that the measures taken by Venezuela against the Claimants violated
Venezuela's obligations under the BIT and rules and principles of Venezuelan law and international law. In the first
phase of the case, the tribunal addressed Venezuela's objections to the tribunal's jurisdiction over the dispute.
On February 8, 2013, the tribunal issued its decision on jurisdiction and found
that it had jurisdiction over the claims under the BIT, including the claim for
compensation for the expropriation of Tidewater's principal operating subsidiary,
but that it did not have jurisdiction based on Venezuela's investment law. The
practical effect of the tribunal's decision was to exclude from the ICSID
arbitration proceeding the Claimants' claims for expropriation of the fifteen
vessels described above. While the tribunal determined that it did not have
jurisdiction over the claim for the seizure of the fifteen vessels, Tidewater
received during fiscal 2011 insurance proceeds for the insured value of those
vessels (less an additional premium payment triggered by those proceeds).
Tidewater and its legal counsel are evaluating the final terms of the ICSID award and will take appropriate steps to
enforce and collect the award, which is enforceable in any of the 150 member states that are party to the ICSID
Convention. Tidewater notes that Venezuela may seek annulment of the award and other post-award relief under the
ICSID Convention and may seek a stay of enforcement of the award while those post-award remedial proceedings are
pending. Even in the absence of a stay of enforcement, Tidewater recognizes that collection of the award may present
significant practical challenges, particularly in the short term. Because the award has yet to be satisfied and postaward relief may be sought by Venezuela, the net impact of these matters on Tidewater cannot be reasonably
estimated at this time.
The decision is seen as a victory for Venezuela as Tidewater was originally seeking $234 million and Venezuela owed
the company $45 million in unpaid invoices alone at the time of the expropriation. "The much higher amounts claimed
were rejected because the tribunal found that the nationalization was lawful," lawyer George Kahale, who represented
Venezuela in the case, told Reuters.
Though not reported by any source, it is believed that the Tidewater assets expropriated were “Corvina”. “El Mapache
Grande”, “El Pave Grande”, “El Pinto Grande”, “Gulf Fleet 302”, “Gulf Pacer”, “Lagos Seahorse”, “Mark Tide”, “Mooring
Service”, “Rio Grande”, “Taylor Tide” and “Shut Out”.
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The Board of Directors of Vard Holdings Limited informed that on 12 March
2015 it was notified that two affiliates of E.R. Offshore, their customer, had filed
for insolvency at a local court in Germany. Vard’s subsidiary is currently
constructing one PSV for each of these companies at its shipyard in Vung Tau,
Vietnam. It has received a 10% installment for one of the vessels. On 13 March
2015 the Group terminated the two shipbuilding contracts. Vard does not expect to repay the prepayment received,
and expects to be able to sell the vessels at a price that will cover the expected construction cost less the prepayment
received. The impact of the termination and the proposed resale is expected not to have a material effect on the
earnings per share of the Group for the financial year ending 31 December 2015.
Orders & Cancellations
Sembcorp Marine (SCM) announced that it has entered into an Engineering
and Construction contract worth approximately USD1 billion with Heerema
Offshore Services B.V. (HOS) to build a new DP3 semi-submersible crane
vessel (NSCV). This follows an earlier exclusive letter-of-intent signed
between SCM’s wholly owned subsidiary Jurong Shipyard Pte Ltd and HOS
in March this year for the NSCV. Scheduled for delivery in the fourth quarter
of 2018, the NSCV is designed for the installation and decommissioning of
major offshore facilities world-wide. It will be equipped with two Huisman
heavy-lifting offshore cranes of 10,000MT lifting capacity each and a large
reinforced work deck area. With the vessel length of 220 meters, width of 102
meters and displacement of 273,700MT, the NSCV will be the largest dualfuel semi-submersible crane vessel in the world.
The NSCV will be built at the Sembcorp Marine Tuas Boulevard Yard, a state-of-the-art yard facility designed to
maximize operational synergy and production efficiency. Phase 1 of Tuas Boulevard yard spans 73.3 hectares and is
equipped with four VLCC drydocks with a total dock capacity of 1.55 million deadweight tons. Phase II spans 34.5
hectares and will include a steel fabrication facility and another three dry docks, including an offshore dock measuring
255 meters by 110 meters where the NSCV will be built. Mr Jan Pieter Klaver, CEO of Heerema Marine Contractors,
said: “We strongly believe in the successful cooperation between Sembcorp Marine and Heerema to build the world’s
largest semi-submersible crane vessel. The new vessel's two Tub Mounted Cranes and dual fuel engines will enable
Heerema Marine Contractors to offer unparalleled installation and decommissioning services. This will meet our longterm strategy of delivering the best possible services to the global offshore oil and gas industry."
Mr William Gu Wei Guang, Head of Sembcorp Marine Rigs & Floaters, said: “We are thankful and pleased that HOS
has placed their trust and confidence in Sembcorp Marine to deliver the world’s largest heavy lift vessel. With our new
facilities at Tuas that boost deeper quayside draft and wider dock space, we are confident that we will be able to meet
our customer’s expectations. This is also in alignment with our strategic vision to penetrate into the deep water draft
market segment and also serves as a great testimony to our continuous commitment in providing one-stop, tailor-made
solutions to our customers.”
The contract is not expected to have any material impact on the net tangible assets and earnings per share of
Sembcorp Marine for the year ending December 31, 2015.
Following on from an arbitration ruling in June, Boa Offshore group has cancelled its contract
for two 91m VS-495 MPSV multi-purpose support vessels and has begun the process of
recouping funds. The vessels, which were under construction at Nantong Mingde Heavy
Industry and Sainty Marine in China, had suffered significant delays. On top of that the yard
reportedly filed for bankruptcy in December 2014.
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Shipowner and operator, Swire Pacific Offshore Operations (Pte)
Ltd (SPO) has reaffirmed the cancellation of shipbuilding contracts
for four vessels with Estaleiro Ilha S.A (EISA). This update follows a
period of negotiations requested by EISA following the Notice of
Cancellation delivered by SPO in August 2014. Regrettably, on
SPO’s specific project, EISA was unable to meet the minimum and critical conditions to continue with the construction
of the vessels despite SPO’s repeated and good faith efforts to find a satisfactory way forward. SPO’s Board has
concluded that they can no longer have confidence in the delivery of these vessels on a reasonable timescale and to
SPO’s satisfaction, and therefore must reaffirm the cancellation of these shipbuilding contracts.
Until now, vessels servicing the offshore industry in the Gulf of Guinea, and
specifically Nigeria, have typically been substantially older than those operating
elsewhere in the world. However, LATC Marine Ltd, a subsidiary of Africafocused investment firm L.A.T Cleveson (LATC), aims to change that. It has
signed an order with Damen Shipyards Group for the supply of two PSV 3300
platform supply vessels and two FCS 5009 fast supplier vessels. The order will
bring next generation Damen PSVs to the offshore industry of Nigeria and the
Gulf of Guinea for the first time. The PSVs and fast suppliers acquired by LATC
Marine will have the full support of the Damen Service Hub in Port Harcourt, as well as the Damen Regional Office in
Lagos. An additional Service Hub in Ghana is being planned.
De Beers Marine Namibia, part of De Beers Group, has lifted all subjects, thus
confirming its contract with Norwegian ship builder Kleven on the building of a
highly specialized vessel for deep water mineral exploration. The contract was
initially announced in October 2014, but subject to final approval within May
2015. The first of its kind vessel will be of MT 6022 design from Marin Teknikk.
This design is well proven within the offshore construction segment, but the new
build for De Beers will include a wide range of tailor made equipment and
features. The vessel will be built at Kleven Verft in Ulsteinvik, Norway, and is to
be delivered in June 2016
Vard Holdings Limited (VARD), one of the major global designers and
shipbuilders of offshore and specialized vessels, announced Monday that
it has secured a contract for the design and construction of one Diving
Support and Construction Vessel for Singapore-based Kreuz Subsea
group. The vessel will be of VARD 3 17 design, with a total length of
299.2 feet (91.2 meters) and a beam of 70.5 feet (21.5 meters), and has
been developed especially for diving support and subsea construction
duties. Designed by Vard Design in Alesund, Norway, and with hull
construction to be carried out at Vard Tulcea in Romania, delivery is
scheduled from Vard Soviknes in Norway in 2Q 2017. The DP2 class vessel will have a 100-ton active heave
compensated offshore crane, and is prepared for Remote Operating Vehicles (ROVs). The diving system features a
single bell system for a maximum of 12 divers, and can operate in water depths of up to 984.2 feet (300 meters) with a
surface diving spread suitable for air diving in up to 164 feet (50 meters) depth. The diving accommodation is divided
into three saturation living chambers. The vessel will be built according to latest SPS regulations, and can
accommodate up to 105 persons.
Edison Chouest Offshore has cancelled two newbuild 27,000BHP AHTS icebreakers that were to
be built at its LA shipyard in Houma, Louisiana. The vessels were due to be delivered from the first
quarter of 2017. Chouest's decision comes in the wake of Shell’s recent decision to halt its
operations offshore Alaska "for the foreseeable future," following disappointing results from its
2015 drilling campaign.
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Deliveries
Following is a list of supply vessels delivered from US shipyards as of November 11, 2015, according to Colton Co.
The list shows 28 delivered, compared to 40 delivered in 2014.
O.N.
1258015
1247947
1247945
1259393
1258838
1249449
1262712
1243699
1259155
1243697
1253732
1244594
1246521
1246522
1244586
1244585
1260640
1257685
1259152
1258532
1256870
1257750
1257727
1253341
1253896
1257898
1255577
1253641
2015 Deliveries of Supply Vessels Sorted by Owner/Operator
Builder
Owner/Operator
Adriatic
C. & C. Marine
Adriatic Marine
Brooke (ex-Bayou Bee)
Bollinger Marine Fab.
Benchmark Marine
Renee (ex-Honey Bee)
Bollinger Marine Fab.
Benchmark Marine
Shelia Bordelon
Bordelon Marine SB
Bordelon Marine
Robin
Bollinger Marine Fab.
Edison Chouest
Regulus
Thoma-Sea Marine
Gulfmark Offshore
Caribou
Master Boat Builders
Harvey Gulf Marine
Harvey Power
Harvey Shipyard Group
Harvey Gulf Marine
Bison
Master Boat Builders
Harvey Gulf Marine
Harvey Energy
Gulf Coast Shipyard Group
Harvey Gulf Marine
Elk
Master Boat Builders
Harvey Gulf Marine
HOS Briarwood
Eastern Shipbuilding
Hornbeck Offshore
HOS Cedar Ridge
VT Halter Marine
Hornbeck Offshore
HOS Carousel
VT Halter Marine
Hornbeck Offshore
HOS Crestview
VT Halter Marine
Hornbeck Offshore
HOS Caledonia
VT Halter Marine
Hornbeck Offshore
Lightning
BAE Jacksonville
Jackson Offshore
Thunder
BAE Jacksonville
Jackson Offshore
Wine Island
North American SB
Nautical Solutions
Pecan Island
North American SB
Nautical Solutions
Sim Star IV
LA Ship
Nautical Solutions
Cat Island
North American SB
Nautical Solutions
Sanibel Island
Tampa Ship
Nautical Solutions
Cape Cod
Gulf Island Marine
PSV Venture No. 1
Ram Country
Leevac Shipyards
Ramsay Marine
Seacor Chief
Master Boat Builders
Seacor Marine
Seacor Brave
Master Boat Builders
Seacor Marine
Torrens Tide
Leevac Jennings
Tidewater Marine
Name
Type
178' OSV
280' PSV
275' PSV
250' PSV
250' OSV
248' PSV
184' OSV
278' PSV
184' OSV
300' PSV
184' OSV
275' PSV
320' PSV
320' PSV
320' PSV
320' PSV
236' PSV
236' PSV
278' PSV
275' PSV
278' PSV
275' PSV
275' PSV
195' PSV
250' PSV
184' OSV
184' OSV
250' PSV
GT
89
3,400
3,117
2,312
2,499
2,918
99
4,458
99
4,458
99
4,227
3,835
3,835
3,835
3,835
3,641
3,641
4,592
4,828
7,080
4,828
4,828
1,427
2,971
1,424
1,445
3,010
Date
13-Mar-15
15-May-15
05-Feb-15
10-Apr-15
06-Nov-15
24-Mar-15
05-Nov-15
16-Aug-15
30-Jun-15
02-Mar-15
15-Jan-15
21-Aug-15
10-Aug-15
09-Apr-15
13-Jan-15
05-Jan-15
20-Jul-15
16-Mar-15
19-Jun-15
21-Apr-15
16-Apr-15
31-Mar-15
16-Mar-15
17-Mar-15
15-Apr-15
17-Mar-15
14-Jan-15
11-Mar-15
Incat Crowther recently announced the delivery of “Alya McCall”, the first vessel in a fleet of new class monohull Fast
Support Vessels (FSV) for Seacor Marine. “Alya McCall” is the first vessel in the Seacor Express Plus class and
features striking lines not ordinarily found in traditional monohull
FSV designs. Gulf Craft in Franklin, Louisiana, constructed the
vessel to its usual high commercial quality standards. The vessel
features seating capacity for 100 personnel and has an impressive
top speed of 38 knots. The performance is enabled by a quintet of
Cummins QSK 60, EPA Tier 3 compliant diesel engines, each
producing 2,680BHP. The engines are coupled to Twin Disc MGX
61500 SC reverse reduction gearboxes that drive Hamilton HT-810 water jets. A cardan shafting system by Driveline
Service of Portland connects the gearboxes to the waterjets. Superior station-keeping capability is provided through
the combination of three Thrustmaster 30TT200 electric-mechanical tunnel thrusters in working in conjunction with the
azimuth-like waterjets, all of which are controlled by a Kongsberg DP-2 dynamic positioning system. Electrical power is
derived from three Cummins QSM11 gensets, each producing 290ekW. Dual FFS firefighting pumps and remote
controlled monitors provide Fifi-1 equivalent firefighting capacity for combatting off-ship fires. A Naiad Dynamics ride
control system is also fitted to improve passenger and crew comfort while underway. The vessel is certified by the
USCG under the provisions of 46 CFR Subchapter T and by the American Bureau of Shipping as a High-Speed Craft
with DP-2 and Fire-Fighting Capability notations. Incat Crowther is proud to have had the opportunity with Seacor
Marine to introduce both monohull and catamaran offshore support vessels with increased performance and
passenger comfort. “Alya McCall” is another testament of the excellent relationship that Incat Crowther has with
Seacor Marine and Gulf Craft. A commitment to service, combined with a shared philosophy of innovation, has led to
the development of yet another new class of vessel to serve its ever-demanding industry.
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Incat Crowther announced the launch of two new UT4000 Monohull Fast Supply Vessels built by ETP Engenharia
Ltda. “Baru Providencia” and “Baru Antares” are the third and fourth in a 12 boat series, following on from “Baru
Gorgona” and “Baru Macura”. The vessel designs have been optimized to comply with the UT4000 Fast Supply Vessel
specification. Ship’s fuel is in excess of 40,000 liters, with a cargo fuel load of
90,000 liters. There is also capacity for 90,000 liters of cargo fresh water. The
vessels are dominated by an expansive aft deck of 225m2 of usable area, planked
with hardwood and protected by sturdy cargo rails. An additional 30m2 of cargo
area is provided inside the main deck cabin, allowing for the carriage of items out
of the elements, such as food and other supplies. Also housed in the main deck
cabin are wet room and laundry facilities. The upper deck wheelhouse includes an
aft facing control station allowing for safe and efficient maneuvering. Below decks
are six cabins accommodating 11 crew, as well as a mess, galley and bathrooms. The vessels are powered by a
quartet of Cummins QSK 50 main engines, each rated at 1,800HP @ 1,800RPM. Propulsion is by way of fixed-pitched
propellers, whilst two 150HP electric tunnel bow thrusters enhance maneuverability. The vessel has a service speed of
21 knots. Incat Crowther’s extensive experience in the offshore supply field has led to a respectful design to provide a
fleet of class-leading vessels that are rugged, efficient and profitable.
New Construction, Shipyard and Conversion News
According to “Fairplay”, as of November 6, 2015, there were 6,654 ships over 299GRT on the World Orderbook. This
is up 63 or 0.96% from 6,591 in August and down 174 or 2.55% over the last year. Of the 6,654 ships recorded on
order, 730 (down 33) are Offshore Supply Vessels and 317 (down 9) are designated as “Offshore – Other” compared
to August. In November 2014, there were 768 OSVs and 333 “Offshore-Other” vessels under construction.
Of the 730 OSVs under construction, China still leads the global Orderbook with a total of 374 (down 9) OSVs being
built. They are followed by Brazil 49, India 45, 41 Vietnam, 40 USA, 24 each Malaysia and Singapore, Indonesia 20,
17 the Netherlands, Turkey 14, 12 Poland, Norway and Romania 11 each, the UAE 9, 7 Japan, 5 Russia, 4 South
Korea, 3 each Azerbaijan, Spain, Sri Lanka and Thailand, 2 each the Philippines and South Africa and 1 each
Argentina, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece and Italy. The 730 OSVs on the order books represents 9.71%
of the global OSV fleet of “sea-going” vessels over 100GRT which has an average age of 16.92 years which is one
year older than average fleet age this time last year.
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The below graph shows the estimated delivery dates for those OSVs on order. 230 or 31.5% of the newbuilds are
expected to be delivered in the remainder of 2015, followed by 447 or 61.2% in 2016, 51 or 7.0% in 2017 and two
scheduled for 2018.
Once again, CAT power leads by far the propulsion packages, with engines in 169 OSVs followed by Niigata in 91,
Cummins in 85, MaK 67, 34 each Daihatsu and Wartsila, MTU 29, Yanmar 28, 22 MAN/MAN-B&W, Bergens 11,
Chinese “Standard Type” and GE Marine 4 each, 2 Rolls Royce and without engines and 1 each A.B.C., Mitsubishi,
MWM and Volvo. Engines were not listed for 144 OSVs.
The demand is continuing for mid-range horsepower. The highest portion of OSVs over 299GRT being built worldwide
are in the 4-5,000BHP with 134 OSVs or 18.4% of those OSVs where the horsepower is listed, followed by 82 OSVs
or 11.2% and 69 or 9.5% being built in the 5-6,000HP and 2-3,000HP categories, respectively. One OSV is shown
under 1,000BHP, but obviously there are more but not listed here as most of the OSVs being built in this horsepower
range will be under 299GRT. Last year at this time 12.2%, 16.3%, 11.2% and 8.8% of the OSVs on the world order
book were 3-4,000BHP, 4-5,000HP, 5-6,000HP and 7-8,000HP vessels, respectively.
Summary of Horsepower – Fairplay Worldwide Offshore Supply Vessels Orderbook over 299GRT
OSVs
Under
1,000HP
1
1,000 –
1,999HP
12
2,0002,999HP
69
3,0003,999HP
67
4,0004,999HP
134
5,0005,999HP
82
6,0006,999HP
43
7,0007,999HP
45
8,0008,999HP
23
9,0009,999HP
21
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15
Unk.
Total
218
730
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Supply Vessels Worldwide
According to Lloyd’s Register Fairplay Sea-Web, as of November 6, 2015, there were 7,516 “seagoing” supply vessels over 100GRT worldwide. This is down 0.15% or 11 vessels since August and up
1.69% or 125 vessels over last year. Total horsepower of this fleet is 41,362,717BHP, up 194,116BHP
or 0.47% since August. The largest national fleet of supply vessels worldwide in horsepower and count
sails under U.S. registry. The U.S. operates 973 sea-going supply vessels over 100GRT, or 12.95% of
the world market, totaling 4,658,470HP (11.26% of global horsepower) with a 16.92 year average age.
The registries with the youngest supply fleets are Denmark with six, Iraq and New Zealand with two
and Iceland with one 2014 built OSVs. The oldest is Fiji with the 593BHP, sixty-year old built former
OSV “F.B. Walker” which was built in Pascagoula, Mississippi in 1955 and most likely operating as an
inter-island trader vs. offshore service vessel.
Top 50 “Sea-Going” Supply Vessel Fleets By Units as of November 2015 According to Lloyds Register
Flag
Worldwide
United States Of America
Singapore
Panama
Malaysia
Unknown
Mexico
Nigeria
Indonesia
Brazil
China, People's Republic Of
Vanuatu
St Vincent & The Grenadines
Norway
India
United Arab Emirates
Marshall Islands
United Kingdom
Bahrain
Norway (Nis)
Denmark (Dis)
Italy
Cyprus
Iran
Liberia
Bahamas
France (Fis)
Egypt
Russia
Azerbaijan
Luxembourg
Thailand
Vietnam
Belize
St Kitts & Nevis
Trinidad & Tobago
Qatar
Canada
Tuvalu
Venezuela
Netherlands
Malta
Australia
Turkmenistan
Comoros
Isle Of Man
Palau
Honduras
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
Kazakhstan
Total BHP
%
# SVs
%
Avg BHP Avg Age
41,362,717 100.00% 7,516 100.00%
5,503
1999
4,658,470 11.26%
973 12.95%
4,788
1999
3,308,005 8.00%
533 7.09%
6,206
2009
2,199,958 5.32%
503 6.69%
4,374
1992
2,440,610 5.90%
429 5.71%
5,689
2008
1,288,722 3.12%
363 4.83%
3,550
1986
1,326,737 3.21%
304 4.04%
4,364
1995
1,254,202 3.03%
299 3.98%
4,195
1992
1,241,361 3.00%
296 3.94%
4,194
1998
1,749,485 4.23%
251 3.34%
6,970
2005
1,613,157 3.90%
246 3.27%
6,558
2004
1,762,052 4.26%
244 3.25%
7,222
2006
1,044,901 2.53%
223 2.97%
4,686
2005
2,138,990 5.17%
191 2.54%
11,199
2007
943,448 2.28%
189 2.51%
4,992
1997
651,318 1.57%
186 2.47%
3,502
1996
994,707 2.40%
151 2.01%
6,587
2008
686,410 1.66%
140 1.86%
4,903
2001
554,893 1.34%
113 1.50%
4,911
2004
1,039,839 2.51%
101 1.34%
10,295
2005
917,574 2.22%
95 1.26%
9,659
2003
501,188 1.21%
83 1.10%
6,038
1998
620,032 1.50%
79 1.05%
7,849
2006
276,104 0.67%
77 1.02%
3,586
1987
482,540 1.17%
62 0.82%
7,783
2004
585,454 1.42%
60 0.80%
9,758
2003
413,504 1.00%
59 0.78%
7,009
2005
227,910 0.55%
58 0.77%
3,929
1987
600,505 1.45%
58 0.77%
10,354
1997
398,417 0.96%
56 0.75%
7,115
1995
361,942 0.88%
53 0.71%
6,829
2008
222,521 0.54%
53 0.71%
4,199
2008
313,137 0.76%
53 0.71%
5,908
1997
238,761 0.58%
45 0.60%
5,306
1997
152,772 0.37%
40 0.53%
3,819
1984
83,998 0.20%
39 0.52%
2,154
1987
191,661 0.46%
38 0.51%
5,044
2004
382,181 0.92%
36 0.48%
10,616
1998
190,627 0.46%
36 0.48%
5,295
2010
95,512 0.23%
36 0.48%
2,653
1982
192,535 0.47%
35 0.47%
5,501
2005
224,353 0.54%
34 0.45%
6,599
1999
111,108 0.27%
31 0.41%
3,584
1999
129,587 0.31%
31 0.41%
4,180
1992
97,003 0.23%
29 0.39%
3,345
1982
311,047 0.75%
28 0.37%
11,109
2004
104,433 0.25%
27 0.36%
3,868
1989
36,229 0.09%
25 0.33%
1,449
1970
86,918 0.21%
24 0.32%
3,622
2001
85,895 0.21%
24 0.32%
3,579
1992
72,403 0.18%
23 0.31%
3,148
1985
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Featured Listings For Sale Direct From Owners
File: SU26559 Support Vessel - 265.0' loa x 59.1' beam x 23.3' depth x
16.29' loaded draft. Built in 1985 by Liaaen Nordfjord Norway. Rebuilt:
2015. Italy flag. GRT: 2,562. Class: RINA. Formerly DNV + 1A1, SF, E0, Oil
Rec, DYNPOS, AUTS. SS due March 31, 2020. Dwt: 3,250T. Deck Cargo:
2,500MT on 650m2 clear deck. FO: 953m3. FW: 960m3. DW: 494m3. Dry
Bulk: 340m3 in 8 tanks. Liq. Mud: 409m3. Crane: 35mt @ 20m knuckle
boom. Main Engines: 2 x Wartsila 6R32 total 6,120BHP. 2 - Liaaen CP
prop(s). Two 1,000HP aft mounted tunnel thrusters. Bowthruster 1,000HP.
Dynamic Positioning. Speed about 12.5kn on 13Tpd. Pump(s):
FO/FW/DW: 250m3/hr; Liquid Mud / Base Oil: 75m3/hr; Brine: 100m3/hr.
Genset(s): 2 - 1,950kW / Shaft & 2 - 336kW 440vAC 60Hz. Quarters: 53
total + hospital. AirCon. Galley. UT 705 design multipurpose support vessel
with mezzanine for ROV and divers. Extensive work carried out in 2015, including installation of new accommodation
block, new Kongsberg K-POS DP 21 system, new crane & azimuthing thrusters. Kongsberg HiPap 501, C-Scan Mk. 4,
2 DPGS DPS110 & DPS112 and Fanbeam 4.2 reference systems. Vessel in compliance with SPS code (Special
Purpose Ship). Rec room, mess room, online/offline room, office, gym & conference room. Europe.
File: SU26457 Supply Boat - 264.9' loa x 59.0' beam x 23.2' depth x
18.40' loaded draft. Built in 1978 by Ulstein Verft; Norway. India flag.
GRT: 2,478. Class: DNV + 1A1 EO DK + DPS 1. SOLAS 1960 Int'l
Loadline. Dwt: 4,000mt. Deck Cargo: 2,400MT on 53m x 15m clear
deck. FO: 594m3. FW: 450m3. DW: 612m3. BW: 612m3. Dry Bulk:
340m3. Liq. Mud: 424m3. Calcium Chloride / Brine: 2,608BBL. Crane: 1
- 1.5T. Winch: 1 - 10T tugger. Main Engines: 2 x Polar Nohab F212V
total 4,600BHP. 2 - FP prop(s). 800HP Stern thruster. Ulstein joystick.
Bowthruster 2 - 500HP. Dynamic Positioning. Speed about 11-13kn
on 11-14Tpd. Pump(s): FO / Liqmud: 150m3/h; DW / FW: 100m3/h.
Genset(s): 2 - 1,040kVA / GM. Quarters: 13 crew. AirCon. Galley.
Passengers: 20. UT705 Design, platform supply vessel. Anchor chain:
Port 14 shackles. Stbd. 15 shackles. Towing Pins: two Karm Fork;
Shark Jaw: two Karm Fork. Two person hospital. Mid East.
File: SU26268 Supply Boat - AHTS - 262.5' loa x 59.1' beam x 26.3'
depth x 21.70' loaded draft. Built in 2003 by Soviknes Verft. U.K. flag.
GRT: 3,160. Class: ABS +A1 Towing, OSV, AMS, ACCU, DPS-2,
Unrestricted. Dwt: 2,989mt. Deck Cargo: 1,500T on 570m2 clear deck.
FO: 1,167m3. FW: 504m3. DW: 1,718m3. Dry Bulk: 10,110ft3. Calcium
Chloride / Brine: 5,257BBL. Crane: 1 -5MT SWL; 1- 1.5T SWL. Winch:
500T triple drum Brattvaag; 2 - 20T tuggers. Line Pull: 625T brake.
Main Engines: 4 x Bergen B32:40L6P total 16,316BHP. 2 - CP prop(s).
1- 868kW CP thruster. Bowthruster 2-868kW. Dynamic Positioning.
Bollard Pull: 183T. Speed about 16.2kn. Pump(s): FO/FW/DW:
250m3/h; Brine: [email protected]/h. Genset(s): 1-1,200kW; 1-350kW; 22,380kW 440/220vAC 60Hz. Quarters: 24 (14-1,5-2). UT 722L. Towcon
2000+ towing system. Two 650T SWL Karm forks and 4 - 450mm dia., 330T SWL tow pins + 2 - 95T SWL "pop up"
pins. 2 - secondary drums with capacity of 3,500m 83mm wire each above deck & 1 spare wire reel for 1,500m 83mm
wire below. 2 - 3", 2 - 3.25" & 2 - 4" gypsies for rig chain. 200T Smit bracket on bow. 4 rig chain lockers total 552m3
(max 4 x 1,800m 83mm chain). Bridge operating system in UMAS control chair for main engine, thrusters, steering
gear, all drums, spooling gears, karm forks / towing pins. Winch system powered by 4 electro-hydraulic motor pump
sets. Kongsberg K-POS 21, Fanbeam, HIPAP, 2 DGPS, IALA, 2 Wind sensors. Kongsberg joystick. Full details & price
guidance on request. Caribbean.
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File: SU26263 / SU26257 Supply Boat - AHTS (Two
Available) - 262.4' loa x 59.0' beam x 26.2' depth x 21.60'
loaded draft. Built in 2002/2003, respectively by Soviknes
Verft, Norway. U.K. flag. GRT: 3,140. Class: DNV + 1A1
Tug Supply Ice "C", HL 2.8EO, DK+ Dynpos-Autr / ABS +
A1 Towing Vessel, Offshore Support Vessel, AMS, ACCU,
DPS-2. SS just done, respectively. Dwt: 2,750mt. Deck
Cargo: 1,500MT on 121'x50' clear deck. FO: 1,150m3. FW:
500m3. DW: 1,669m3. Dry Bulk: 10,000ft3. Liq. Mud:
2,765BBL. Calcium Chloride / Brine: 4,602BBL. Winch:
Triple drum Rauma Brattvaag. Line Pull: 325MT br. Main Engines: 4 x Bergen BRM6 total 16,800BHP. 2 - CP prop(s).
Kort nozzle(s). 1 - 1,180HP stern thruster. Bowthruster 2 - 1,180HP. Dynamic Positioning. Bollard Pull: 138MT.
Quarters: 12. Passengers: 20. UT722-L. Karm forks and tow pins. Towcon 2000+ towing system. Two 650T SWL
Karm forks and 4 - 450mm dia., 330T SWL tow pins + 2 - 95T SWL "pop up" pins. 2 - secondary drums with capacity
of 3,500m 83mm wire each above deck & 1 spare wire reel for 1,500m 83mm wire below. 2 - 3", 2 - 3.25" & 2 - 4"
gypsies for rig chain. 200T Smit bracket on bow. 4 rig chain lockers total 552m3 (max 4 x 1,800m 83mm chain). Bridge
operating system in UMAS control chair for main engine, thrusters, steering gear, all drums, spooling gears, karm forks
/ towing pins. Winch system powered by 4 electro-hydraulic motor pump sets. Kongsberg K-POS 21, Fanbeam,
HIPAP, 2 DGPS, IALA, 2 Wind sensors. Kongsberg joystick. Full details & price guidance on request. Caribbean/U.K.,
respectively.
File: SU25553 / SU25552 Supply Boat (Two Available) - 255.8' loa
x 61.0' beam x 25.6' depth x 21.00' loaded draft. Built in 2015 by
Chinese shipyard. Foreign flag. GRT: 3,455. Class: BV I +Hull +Mach
Supply, Oil Product (FP>60 deg. C) LHNS, FiFi-1 Waterspray, OilRec,
Special Service, Unrestricted Nav. Dwt: 4,000T. Deck Cargo: 1,500T
on 800m2 clear deck. FO: 1,440m3. FW: 600m3. DW: 1,250m3. Dry
Bulk: 300m3. Liq. Mud: 800m3. Crane: 5T 10m deck. Winch:
Hydraulic tuggers & capstans. Main Engines: 2 x Niigata 6L28HX total
6,000BHP. 2 - Niigata ZP-41 FP Azi prop(s). Kongsberg monitoring &
alert system. Bowthruster 2 - 940kW. Dynamic Positioning. Speed about 13kn. Genset(s): 3-550kW/CAT C18; 21,100kW/shaft; 1-99kW/Cummins 440vAC 3ph 60Hz. Firefighting: FFS FiFi-1. Quarters: 60 berths in 23 cabins.
AirCon. Galley. Focal 522 design 78m, +Dynapos AM/AT R, IWSILD, Aut-UMS, PSV / Oil Recovery Vessel. Bulbous
bow. SPS 2008 & MLC 2006 compliant. Rescue zone. RecOil: 1,000m3. Base Oil: 200m3. Methanol / Chemical
200m3. Unislip bulk handling system & compressor. PG-Marine mud agitator & methanol pump. Watermaker. Unitor
fixed CO2 system. Jotun coatings. Rescue boat & davit. Kongsberg DP-2 positioning. Furuno navcom package. Two
units under construction. Price ideas, manufacturer's list, small scale g.a. plan and further technical details on request.
Shipyard financing can be arranged for qualified buyers. Far East.
File: SU24357 Supply Boat - AHTS - 243.8' loa x 54.1' beam x
24.6' depth x 8.00' light draft x 20.38' loaded draft. Built in 1999
by President Marine; Singapore. Vanuatu flag. GRT: 2,514.
Class: BV 1, Supply Vessel, +Mach, +Hull, +DPS-2, FiFi 1 with
Water Spray, Unrestricted Navigation. Exp. 2020. Dwt: 3,342mt.
Light Disp.: 2,040mt. Deck Cargo: 1,200MT on 555.5m2 clear
deck. FO: 1,456m3. FW: 290m3. DW: 542.8m3. Dry Bulk: 228m3.
Liq. Mud: 707m3. Calcium Chloride / Brine: 250m3. Winch:
Zircom waterfall + 2 - 10T tuggers. Line Pull: 200MT. Wire
Capacity: 1,000m x 58mm. Stern Roller. Main Engines: 2 x Wartsila 9L26 total 7,844BHP. 2 - Wichmann CP prop(s).
Kort nozzle(s). 1 - 770HP stern thrust. Bowthruster 2 - 600/770BHP. Dynamic Positioning. Bollard Pull: 98MT. Speed
about 12-14kn on 15.9MTpd. Pump(s): 2 - 60Tph bilge & ballast; 2 - 60Tph fire; 1 - 120Tph FO; 1 - 100Tph DW.
Genset(s): 2 - 800kW 415vAC 50Hz 3Ph; 3 - 400kW 415vAC 50Hz. Firefighting: 2 - 600m3/hr monitors; FIFI 1 with
waterspray. Quarters: 18 crew. AirCon. Galley. Passengers: 12. 2 - Ulstein 8T each side thrusters. DP and joystick,
Kongsberg Simrad. 11m3 dispersant. Foam-10m3. 2-5T @ 15m/min capstans. 500T Karm fork. U.S. Gulf Coast.
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File: SU22248 Supply Boat - AHTS - 222.1' loa x 47.7' beam x 22.6' depth x
19.00' loaded draft. Built in 1983 by Hyundai Hvy. Ind.; Korea. India flag. GRT:
1,621. Class: IRS & LR +100 A1 Offshore Tug Supply Ice Class 1, +LMC, UMS.
Dwt: 1,500mt. Deck Cargo: 550MT on 396m2 clear deck. FO: 936m3. FW: 382m3.
DW: 800m3. Dry Bulk: 290m3 in 4 tanks. Liq. Mud: 206m3. Calcium Chloride /
Brine: 200m3. Crane: 1-5T @ 10m outreach. Winch: Triple drum waterfall
Brattvaag. Line Pull: 400T brake. Wire Capacity: 1,300m x 76mm; 900m x 77mm.
Stern Roller. Main Engines: 4 x Bergen KVMB-12 total 12,240BHP. Ulstein CP
3,000mm dia prop(s). Kort nozzle(s). 1 - 800HP stern thruster. Bowthruster 2 - 800HP. Dynamic Positioning. Bollard
Pull: 120MT. Speed about 12-16kn on 14.7T-30Tpd. Pump(s): Liq.Mud: 2 - 60m3/h; Bulk: 50m3/h; FW / FO: 150m3/h;
DW: 2 - 100m3/h. Genset(s): 2-1,570kW Siemens/shaft; 2-305kW/CAT; 1-94kW/CAT 440v 3ph 60Hz. Quarters: 21 (113, 2-4). AirCon. Galley. Dual Class (IRS and LR). All certs valid, 5 yr. SS and DD due Jan 2017. DP1 deep water ice
classed anchor handing tug supply vessel. Kongsberg dynamic positioning. Ulstein passive stabilization. 30m3
dispersant capacity. Two 103m3 rig chain lockers. Tow pins, two 10T tuggers, three 10T capstans, chain lifters and
shark Jaws. Call for price guidance and delivery timing. Southeast Asia. Prompt.
File: SU22049 Supply Boat - 220.0' loa x 44.0' beam x 15.0' depth x 9.00' light draft x
12.50' loaded draft. Built in 1979 by Halter Marine; Lockport, LA. Rebuilt: 1997. U.S. flag.
GRT: 1,155. ABS + A1, AMS, USCG Sub L, SOLAS. ABS Docking Survey due 21 Mar
2018. S/S due Mar. 2018. Dwt: 750T. Deck Cargo: 1,350LT on 136' x 32' clear deck.
FO: 70,000g. FW: 28,500g. DW: 155,000g. Dry Bulk: 5,800ft in 6 tanks. Liq. Mud:
3,000BBL. M/Es: 2 x EMD 12-645-E2 total 3,000BHP. FP prop(s) on Stainless shaft(s). 1 Thrustmaster stern thruster 600HP. Tailshaft P/S surveys due Apr. 2018. Bowthruster
600BHP. Dynamic Positioning. Speed about 10-12kn on 85gph cruise. Pump(s): 2 1,000gpm Mission Magnum 6"x5" Liquid mud, DW: 150gpm, FO: 150gpm. Genset(s): 2 - 145kW / Cummins NTA 855;
1-75kW Delco / GM4-71. Firefighting: 1 - 2,000gpm monitor. Quarters: 8 cabins. AirCon. Galley. Beier IVCS 2000 DP
system. Simrad SDP01. Lengthened by Eastern Marine with new 40' mid-body in 1998. Rescue boat. U.S. Gulf Coast.
File: SU21956 Supply Boat - 219.8' loa x 52.5' beam x 29.8' depth x 19.68' loaded draft. Built in 1997 by Brattvaag
Skipsinnreding. Panama flag. GRT: 1,969. Class: ABS A1, Offshore Support Vessel,
AMS, DPS-2. Dwt: 3,115T. Deck Cargo: 1,550T on 151'x44' clear deck. FO: 861m3.
FW: 824m3. DW: 501m3. Dry Bulk: 9,000ft3. Calcium Chloride / Brine: 4,856BBL. Crane:
3T @ 10m. Winch: 2 - 10T tuggers; 2 - 8T capstans. Main Engines: 2 x Bergen KRMB9
total 5,460BHP. 1 - 800BHP Stern thruster. Bowthruster 2 - 700HP. Dynamic Positioning.
Speed about 10-14kn on 10-19m3/day. Pump(s): FO, PW, DW, Mud, Base Oil, Brine &
Drybulk. Quarters: 10-1, 1-3, 2-4. Joystick control DP. UT-755 design. Southeast Asia.
File: SU20550 Supply Boat - 205.0' loa x 46.0' beam x 17.0' depth x 17.00' loaded
draft. Built in 1999 by Halter Marine; Lockport, LA. U.S. flag. GRT: 1,124. Class: ABS
+A1, U.S. Domestic Service +AMS exp Dec 2019. 35.7' x 136' clear deck. FO:
121,000g. FW: 34,000g. DW: 146,000g. Dry Bulk: 8,000ft3 in 5 tanks. Liq. Mud:
3,245BBL. Main Engines: 2 x EMD total 3,900BHP. Bowthruster 480HP. Speed about
12-13kn on 100-200gph. Genset(s): 2 - 170kW / CAT3306DIT 460vAC. Quarters: 5
crew. Passengers: 11 additional. Working. No SOLAS. U.S. Gulf Coast.
File: SU20505 Supply Boat - 205.0' loa x 46.0' beam x 17.0' depth x 9.00' light
draft x 14.20' loaded draft. Built in 1998 by Halter Marine Group; Lockport, LA.
U.S. flag. GRT: 1,099. ABS + A1 US Domestic Service + AMS DPS-1(Dec. 31,
2018); USCG COI (exp. Nov. 29, 2015). Dwt: 1,697lt. Deck Cargo: 1,200LT on
120' x 36' clear deck. FO: 124,971g. FW: 31,142g. DW: 162,758g. Dry Bulk:
8,425ft3 in 5 tanks. Liq. Mud: 3,244BBL. Calcium Chloride / Brine: 136,239g.
Main Engines: 2 x CAT 3516B DITA total 4,200BHP. 2 - FP 92" x 67" prop(s).
Bowthruster 1,000HP Azimuth. Speed about 11-12kn on 138-172gph. Genset(s):
2 - 99kW 60Hz / CAT 3304, 3 PH, 60Hz AC. Firefighting: 1 - 1,000gpm. Quarters: 16. AirCon. Galley. Deepwater
platform supply vessel. Dynamic positioning (SIMRAD). U.S. Gulf Coast.
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File: SU20504 Supply Boat - 205.0' loa x 46.0' beam x 17.0' depth x 9.00' light draft x
14.17' loaded draft. Built in 1998 by Halter Marine Group; Lockport, LA. U.S. flag. GRT:
1,099. Class: ABS + A1, U.S. Domestic Service + AMS, DPS-1. Special Survey due Oct.
30, 2018. Docking due Nov. 03, 2016. Dwt: 1,698lt. Light Disp.: 937lt. Deck Cargo:
1,220LT on 120' x 36' clear deck. FO: 124,971g. FW: 30,142g. DW: 162,758g. Dry Bulk:
8,425ft3 in 5 tanks. Liq. Mud: 3,244BBL. Calcium Chloride / Brine: 136,239g. Crane: Fritz
Culver 1.25". Main Engines: 2 x CAT 3516B total 4,200BHP. 2 - FP prop(s) on Stainless
shaft(s). P/S Tailshaft Surveys due Nov. 03, 2018. Becker rudders. Azi. thruster fwd.
Bowthruster 1,000HP. Dynamic Positioning. Speed about 11-12kn on 138-172gph.
Pump(s): DW: 600gpm. FW: 600gpm. FO: 600gpm. Liq. Mud: 1,200gpm. Brine: 1,200gpm. Genset(s): 2 - 105kW /
CAT 60Hz. Firefighting: 1 - 1,000gpm monitor. Quarters: 16 in 6 cabins. AirCon. Galley. 2 liquid mud circulation
pumps. Kongsberg Simrad CPOS DP-1 positioning. 2 - DPGS. Joystick. Zodiac rescue boat. U.S. Gulf Coast.
File: SU20344 Supply Boat - AHTS - 203.1' loa x 41.0' beam x
21.0' depth x 13.77' loaded draft. Built in 1976 by Yokohama S/Y /
Nipponkai Hvy. Ind. Bahrain flag. GRT: 1,243. Class: ABS + A1 (E)
+ AMS Unrestricted Service. Docking UWILD & Special Surveys due
11 Oct. 2014. Dwt: 1,244mt. Deck Cargo: 450T on 210m3; 24x8.8m
clear deck. FO: 636MT. FW: 118MT. BW: 572MT. Dry Bulk: 120MT.
Winch: 173T stall ATW - 350 D; 2 tuggers. Line Pull: 150T. Main
Engines: 2 x Niigata 12MGV28BX total 6,000BHP. 2 FP prop(s). P/S
Tailshaft Surveys due 24 Jul. 2015. Bowthruster 325HP. Bollard
Pull: 70.93T. Speed about 8kn on 8.5MTpd. Pump(s): FW: 110MT; FO: 120MT/h. Genset(s): 3 - 160kW / Detroit.
Firefighting: 2 monitors. AirCon. Galley. Passengers: 15 persons. Rescue boat. Although not officially on the market,
we may be able to develop for sale direct from Owners as they upgrade their fleet. Marcon has previously handled the
purchase of two newbuildings and sale of one older vessel for this Owner. Mid East.
File: SU20251 Supply Boat - 202.0' loa x 50.5' beam x 22.3' depth x
18.40' loaded draft. Built in 1998 by Santan Eng.; Singapore/ G Prior UK.
U.K. flag. GRT: 1,717. Class: DNV 1A1, EO DYNPOS AUTR DK (+).
Dwt: 1,800T. Deck Cargo: 750T on 339m2 (29.5x11m) clear deck. FO:
432m3. FW: 516m3. DW: 850m3. Dry Bulk: 4,465ft3 - 4 tanks. Liq. Mud:
2,309bbl. Calcium Chloride / Brine: 2,309bbl. Crane: 1 - 5T @ 6m. Main
Engines: 2 x MAN 9L28/32A total 6,000BHP. CP prop(s). 1 - Azimuth
Thruster (fwd.) 600BHP, 1 - 800BHP Stern. Bowthruster 800BHP.
Dynamic Positioning. Bollard Pull: 72.4MT. Speed about 9-11kn on
9MT/d. Firefighting: Foam 21.4T. Quarters: 38. AirCon. Galley. DP-2
multipurpose geotechnical vessel. 1 - 80T Smit Bracket / 1 Karm
Forks. 1 - 120T SWL. Moon pool. Available with/without associated
geotechnical drill rig equipment. More details on request. North Sea.
File: SU19645 Supply Boat - AHTS - 196.8' loa x 46.6' beam x 19.7'
depth x 12.46' light draft x 16.70' loaded draft. Built in 2016 by South
China Shipyard Ltd; China. Hong Kong flag. GRT: 1,555. Class: BV I
+Hull, +MACH, Supply Vessel, Tug, Special Service AHT, OSV, FiFi 1,
Waterspray, Unrestricted. Dwt: 1,500mt. Deck Cargo: 600MT on
330m2 clear deck. FO: 585.37m3. FW: 321.57m3. DW: 259.26m3. Dry
Bulk: 136m3 in 4 tanks. Liq. Mud: 232.53m3. Crane: 2T @ 10m reach.
Winch: 200T hyd. dbl. drum AHT brake; 2 - 10T hyd. tugger. Line Pull:
70T. Wire Capacity: 52mm x 1,000m. Stern Roller. Main Engines: 2 x
Cummins QSK60-M total 4,400BHP. 2 - 4-blade FP prop(s).
Bowthruster 350kW. Bollard Pull: 65.5T. Speed about 13.88kn. Pump(s): 2 - 60/30m3/h Desmi Liqmd. Genset(s): 2245kW/CAT 3406C; 1-350kW/CAT C18; 1-100kW/Deutz 400v 50Hz. Firefighting: FiFi 1. 2 - 1,200m3/h fire monitors; 1
- 2,[email protected] fire pump. Quarters: 46 persons in 21 cabins. AirCon. Galley. 200T Strong jaw and tow pin. Two 5T
@ 15m/min hydraulic capstans. Far East. Prompt.
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File: SU19630 / SU19629 Supply Boat - AHTS (Two Available) - 196.8' loa x 46.6'
beam x 19.7' depth x 16.70' loaded draft. Built in 2015 by Chinese shipyard. Hong
Kong flag. GRT: 1,576. Class: BV 1 + Hull + MACH + DYNAPOS AM/TR, Supply
Vessel, Tug, Special Service AHTS, OSV, Standby Vsl, FiFi 1, Unrestricted. Dwt:
1,974mt. Deck Cargo: 600T on 330m2 clear deck. FO: 583.3m3. FW: 274.2m3. DW:
235.5m3. Dry Bulk: 136m3 in 4 tanks. Liq. Mud: 220.5m3. Crane: 2T with 9.75m
outreach. Winch: Double drum; 2 - 5T capstans; 2 - 10T tuggers. Line Pull: 200T
brake. Wire Capacity: 2 - 1,000 x 52mm. Stern Roller. Main Engines: 2 x CAT 3516B
total 4,400BHP. Berg CP prop(s). Stern thruster: 400kW. Bowthruster 2 - 550kW.
Dynamic Positioning. Bollard Pull: 56T. Speed about 12kn. Pump(s): Liqmd: 2 30-60m3/h dual speed Desmi. Genset(s): 1-245kW/CAT 3406C,2-450kW/CAT C-18,1-100kW/Deutz 400vAC 50Hz
3ph. Firefighting: 2 - 1,550m3/h pumps; 300/1,200m3/h foam/sea-water FFS monitor. Quarters: 46 persons (2-1, 16-2,
3-4). AirCon. Galley. FiFi-1 anchor handling tug supply vessel. Hydraulic shark jaws & tow pins 200T. Kongsberg KPOS DP-21 system. Far East. 3 months / Prompt, respectively.
File: SU18343 Supply Boat - 183.0' loa x 40.0' beam x 14.3' depth x 12.00' loaded
draft. Built in 1983 by Offshore Trawlers, Inc. U.S. flag. GRT: 275. Class: ABS + A1
(E) + AMS (exp. Nov. 11, 2018), USCG Sub I (exp. Nov. 13, 2018). Deck Cargo:
750T on 120' x 30' clear deck. FO: 56,710g. FW: 12,282g. DW: 150,500g. Dry
Bulk: 6,000ft3 in 6 tanks. Liq. Mud: 1,200BBL. Main Engines: 2 x EMD 12-645CE2
total 2,200BHP. 2 - FP 4-blade prop(s). 2,200BHP @ 840RPM. 7,291nmi range.
Bowthruster 270HP. Dynamic Positioning. Speed about 12kn max. Genset(s): 2 125kW / GM8V71 60Hz. Firefighting: Fire pump 6" driven off bowthruster. Quarters: 19 persons total. AirCon. Galley.
FW/DW/BW capacities combined. Currently working. U.S. Gulf Coast.
File: SU18237 Supply Boat - 180.0' loa x 40.0' beam x 15.0' depth x 6.81'
light draft x 12.10' loaded draft. Built in 1980 by Halter Marine; Lockport, LA.
Indonesia flag. GRT: 656. Class: ABS + A1 + AMS overdue Feb 2014. BKI
+A100 (I) P. Dwt: 1,200mt. Deck Cargo: 570T on 310m3 clear deck. FO:
412m3. FW: 486.97m3. DW: 594m3. Dry Bulk: 127m3 in 6 tanks. Liq. Mud:
203m3. Crane: 1 - 3T SWL. Main Engines: 2 x EMD 12-567BC total 2,520BHP.
"Gulf" style low stack aft. ABS P/S Tailshaft surveys overdue Mar. 2, 2014.
Bowthruster 330BHP. Genset(s): 2 - 99kW / GM8V71 440vAC 60Hz. Quarters: 14 in 5-2, 1-4 berth cab. Galley. 33m x
9.4m deck aft. Southeast Asia.
File: SU18072 Supply Boat - 180.0' loa x 38.0' beam x 14.0' depth. Built in 1980 by Zigler Shipyard; Mermentau, LA.
U.S. flag. GRT: 292. Class: ABS Loadline exp. 2015. U.S. Coast Guard COI exp. 2016. Deck Cargo: 590LT on 107' x
28' clear deck. FO: 38,000g. FW: 44,000g. Dry Bulk: None. Liq. Mud: 2,900BBL. Main Engines: 2 x CAT D399 total
2,250BHP. Genset(s): 2 - GM6-71. Quarters: 10 berths. Used in fendering duties. Available for prompt sale. Recently
out of service. Try all offers above scrap as owner is keen to sell quickly. U.S. Gulf Coast.
File: SU18056 Supply Boat - AHTS - 180.4' loa x 45.3' beam x 18.0' depth x 15.61' lo draft.
Built in 2011 by Nanjing East Star Shipbldg.; China. Foreign flag. GRT: 1,161. ABS +A1,
Towing Vessel, OSV AH, (E), +AMS Unrestricted Service. D/D and S/S due May 2016. Dwt:
1,000mt. 330m2 clear deck. FO: 400m3. FW: 380m3. DW: 114m3. BW: 150m3. Dry Bulk:
117m3 in 4 tanks. Liq. Mud: 100m3. Crane: 5T SWL @ 8m Palfinger. Winch: 150T brake
McGregor Plimsoll hydraulic double drum waterfall. Line Pull: 100T. Wire Capacity: 2 - 1,000
x 50mm. Stern Roller. M/Es: 2 x CAT 3516B-HD total 5,220BHP. 2 - 4 blade Nibral FP
prop(s). Kort nozzle(s). Bollard Pull ABS certified. P/S Tailshaft Surveys due May 2016.
Bollard Pull: 67.2mt. Speed abt 11-12.5kn. Pump(s): FO Cargo: 1-150m3/h, FW: 1-189.3m3/h, DW: 90m3/h. Liq.
Mud: 2-70m3/h. Genset(s): 3 - 260kW / CAT 3406C, 1 - 96kW /CAT. Shore power. Fifi: 1-600m3/hr pump. 1-300m3/h
monitor. Water spray. Foam tank-11m3. Quarters: 28 in 10 cabins. AirCon. Galley. KCM 55M design AHTS vessel.
Rope reel winch for 1,000m 50mm wire. Two MacGregor-Plimsoll tow pins. 200T SWL shark jaw. 80T SWL Smit
towing bollard. 2 - 5T tuggers. Four 6-persons liferafts. One outboard engine rescue boat for 6 persons. Rescue zones
on both sides of vessel. Full technical specs, photographs, class / survey status. etc. available on request. Mid East.
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File: SU16633 Supply Boat - 166.0' loa x 38.0' beam x 13.0' depth x 11.16' loaded
draft. Built in 1969 by American Marine, USA. Indonesia flag. GRT: 586. Class: BKI.
Dwt: 600T. Deck Cargo: 380T on 194m2 clear deck. FO: 320m3. Main Engines: 2 x
CAT D399TA total 2,150BHP. 2 - FP prop(s). Bowthruster 120HP. on
6,200LpdGenset(s): 2 - 100kVA / CAT D3304C Marathon; 1 - 125 kVA / Denyo.
Quarters: 28 men. AirCon. Southeast Asia.
File: SU16632 Supply Boat - 166.0' loa x 38.0' beam x 13.0' depth x 11.00'
loaded draft. Built in 1980 by Halter Marine; Calumet, LA. U.S. flag. GRT:
286. Class: USCG certified (16 persons) ABS Loadline. (exp. Aug 23,
2016). Dwt: 872lt. Deck Cargo: 600LT on 108' x 28.6' clear deck. FO:
59,548g. FW: 7,440g. DW: 87,716g. Dry Bulk: 3,000ft3. Liq. Mud:
1,908BBL. Main Engines: 2 x GM 16V149 total 1,800BHP. 2 - FP 74" 4blade prop(s). Bowthruster 300 HP. Bollard Pull: 15.8ST. Speed about 1012.5kn on 75-85gph. Pump(s): DW: 500gpm, FO: 500gpm, Liq Mud:
800gpm. Genset(s): 2 - 75kW / GM6-71. Quarters: 16 in 7 cabins. AirCon.
Galley. Completely rebuilt in 2011 with brand new DP-1 Bier system
added. Vessel reportedly in excellent condition. Although not officially on the market, may be developed for sale.
Recently drydocked for ABS and USCG. U.S. Gulf Coast.
File: SU16039 Supply Boat - 160.9' loa x 38.0' beam x 13.8' depth x
10.01' loaded draft. Built in 2004 by Hin Lee Zhuhai Shipyard; China.
Kuwait flag. GRT: 677. Class: ABS +A1, OSV, (E), +AMS, Arabian
Gulf Service. Special Survey due Nov. 19, 2019. Dwt: 390T. 234m2
clear deck. FO: 43,600g. FW: 43,600g. Crane: 5T. Main Engines: 2 x
CAT 3512B total 3,000BHP. 2 - FP prop(s). Bowthruster 3T. Speed
about 12kn. Genset(s): 2 - 180kW / CAT 3056T. Firefighting: 120m3/hr
pump. Offshore support / Crane vessel. Mid East.
File: SU13729 Supply Boat - AHTS - 137.8' loa x 36.1' beam x 16.1' depth x
11.50' light draft x 13.61' loaded draft. Built in 2011 by Chinese yard. Foreign
flag. GRT: 499. Class: BV I + Hull + Mach Special Service Multi-purpose AHT
Unrestricted Navigation. 160m2 clear deck. FO: 363.53m3. FW: 78.49m3.
Crane: 1.25MT/8MT @ 9.75m/2m. Winch: 180T double drum brake. Line Pull:
65MT. Wire Capacity: 52mm x 1,000m; 600m x 52mm. Stern Roller. Main
Engines: 2 x Cummins QSK60-M total 4,400BHP. 2 - FP 4-blade prop(s). Kort
nozzle(s). Bowthruster 335BHP. Bollard Pull: 60MT. Speed about 14kn.
Pump(s): FO: 40m3/h; FW: 36m3/h. Genset(s): 2 - 245kW / CAT 3406mSG
400v 50Hz; 1 - 60kW / Cummins CCFJ-60Y. Firefighting: 2 - monitors
1,000m3/h @135m; Foam: 9.27m3. Quarters: 22 person. AirCon. Galley. AH Tug. Hydraulic shark jaw: 200MT. Tow
pin: 200MT. Contact Marcon for sale price ideas and delivery timing. Far East. Prompt.
Further technical details and price guidance on these and other units available on request.
We are also interested in receiving information on any other vessels which you may have surplus to your requirements
and available for sale or charter on either a published or a private and confidential basis. Since Marcon sold its first
supply boat from Tidewater, Inc. in 1983, we have conclude sales or charters of over 1,390 vessels and barges
including 79 supply boats; 76 AHTS totaling 364,668BHP; 404 crew boats, FSIVs and pilot boats; 19 seismic vessels;
32 research / survey vessels; 9 dive support vessels; 20 utility boats and one drill ship in addition to other types. A full
list can be found on our website.
See our website at www.marcon.com for new and updated OSV and AHTS listings.
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