Forland Subsea Secures Work for ‘Inspector’

Forland Subsea has entered into a time charter with an undisclosed client for the vessel Forland Inspector.

The vessel, previously known as the Lewek Inspector, will be used for subsea operations, including ROV support and crane work.

The company which recently re-flagged the vessel to sail under Malta flag (previously Cyprus), said that the charter will last for 9 months firm plus 3 months options.

The commercial terms of the agreement are kept between the parties.

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