China: Vroon Offshore Services Take Delivery of SSV VOS Shine

China Vroon Offshore Services Take Delivery of SSV VOS Shine

On 28 March 2012 Vroon Offshore Services (VOS) took delivery of VOS Shine. The vessel was delivered from Fujian Southeast Shipyard in China and is the first of two subsea-support vessels (SSV) to be built at the Shipyard for VOS.

VOS Shine is a modern SSV with DP2-class notation and four-point mooring capabilities. The vessel has an extended moon pool, accommodation for 50, dual V-Sat dome with client and crew network, as well as satellite television. She is suitable for remotely-operated vehicle (ROV)/survey and construction diving jobs and will be commercially available in Europe from June.

The vessel will leave the Shipyard in the coming days and will be operated by Vroon Offshore Services B.V. in Den Helder.

VESSEL PARTICULARS

Length o.a: 59.25 m

Beam: 14.95 m

DP Class: Class 2, ABS

Accommodation: Total of 50

Crane Main crane: SWL – 24mt SWL @ 8m, 6mt @ 19m max. outreach

Service crane: PS – SW – 3mt x 9m outreach

Subsea World News Staff , March 29, 2012;  Image: VOS

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