Pharos’ Cable Recovery Spread Completes New Projects

Pharos Offshore have paired their trenching and deburial systems with a rugged cable retrieval grab to aid the offshore industry with a solution for recovering damaged subsea products and out of service cables.

Two of the company’s cable recovery spreads were sent out to work on the recovery of an array cable within an offshore wind farm situated in the Irish Sea, and the recovery of a section of an interconnector off the coast of Iceland.

The subsea cable recovery tooling is offered as part of a “Menu of Equipment” so that clients could tailor their own package, the company said.

The track record for these spreads has covered 2x interconnectors, 3x array cables and 1x export cable, Pharos noted.

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