Irish Marine Institute Seeks ROV Services

Irish Marine Institute Seeks ROV Services

The Irish Marine Institute, the national agency responsible for Marine Research, Technology Development and Innovation (RTDI), has announces a tender for ROV services.

The Institute requires a Dynamically Positioned Vessel (min. DP1) <60m in length, capable of accommodating the Marine Institute’s Work Class ROV Spread for a short term (2 day) contract in the Irish Sea.

The vessel is required to be available in Dublin for mobilisation on the 26th of October 2012. The vessel is required to be compliant with all relevant class, international and flag state requirements and be supplied complete with full crew for 24 hour ROV operations. Accommodation and full catering is required for 12 Contractors personnel.

The deadline of the tender is 9 October 2012.

Subsea World News Staff , October 05, 2012; Image: Marine Institute

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