Harvey Gulf Inks Four Vessel Deals

Harvey Gulf International Marine said it has signed four non-cancelable, long-term contracts for stacked vessels and redelivery of vessel reconfigured for subsea services.

The US vessel operator has secured a long term contracts for the MPSV Harvey Intervention, redelivered in April, 2017 with increased accommodations, totaling 75 persons and a new NOV 165 MT AHC ultra deep-water knuckle boom crane.

In addition, the company has signed charter contracts for 175′ FSV Harvey Hustler, 180′ FSV Harvey Runner and 220′ FSV Harvey Express. These charters follow Harvey Gulf’s recent agreement with Delta Subsea to outfit the previously stacked M/V Harvey Steeler to provide ROV and survey services.

To remind, Harvey also recently took delivery of the 340′ class MPSV Harvey Sub-Sea. The Harvey Sub-Sea (Hull 249) is the sister vessel of the Harvey Blue-Sea which is expected for delivery in July 2017 from Florida-based Eastern Shipbuilding.

Harvey Gulf CEO, Shane Guidry, said: “We are very thankful during this downturn that our clients still demand safety, operational excellence, and the newest technology, all of which only Harvey Gulf can deliver.”

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