Seamec Secures Vessel Deal with Kreuz Subsea

India’s provider of diver support vessel-based diving services Seamec has entered into a contract with Singapore-based subsea service provider Kreuz Subsea for the charter hire of vessel Seamec III.

According to Seamec’s BSE notice, the vessel will be carrying out work in Mumbai High.

Built in 1983, the 92.7 meters long Seamec III is a multi-functional diving support vessel with 300-meter diving system, 50-ton telescopic crane and accommodation for 90 persons.

The vessel is scheduled to start its contract on April 7, 2017 and will last for a firm period of 25 days with an option for extension .

Seamec estimates the value of the charter to be around USD 775, 000.

Subsea World News Staff

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