OOS Gretha Completes Subsea Lift of Broken Gangway Off Brazil

OSS International informed that its semi-submersible accommodation crane vessel OOS Gretha has completed a subsea lift of a gangway that was broken off several months ago in Campos Basin, Brazil.

OSS performed the work for Petrobras, after its request for assistance.

For this task the OOS Gretha disconnected from the production platform to safely execute the operation, the company explained.

After lifting the gangway, the module was placed on deck of the vessel to prepare the gangway for transport ashore.

The OOS Gretha returned to the production platform in order to continue with the renovation and maintenance operations on the platform.

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