Subsea 7 Shows Seven Borealis Conversion Process (VIDEO)

Subsea 7, a seabed-to-surface engineering, construction and services contractor to the offshore energy industry worldwide, has published a video about the conversion process of pipelay vessel Seven Borealis.

Seven Borealis is a state-of-the-art strategic enabler ideally suited to meeting the exacting requirements of today’s ultra-deep and deepwater projects in the world’s deepest and harshest environments.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATgxLwrOhqA

The characteristics of the vessel are:

– Length 182m x breadth 46m

– 600t tension S-lay up to 46-inch pipe diameter

– 937t top tension J-lay system up to 24-inch pipe diameter

– 2,800t onboard pipe storage

– Mast crane: capacity main hoist 5,000t; 1,200t heave compensated aux hoist

– Accommodation for 399 persons

– 2 x workclass 3,000 rated ROVs

March 28, 2013

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