Simek: Construction Continues on Subsea Vessel Yard no. 127 in Poland

Simek announces that the construction continues on Yard no. 127 in Poland.

The vessel is a 85.45 m long Subsea vessel of MM 85 MSV design. The contract provides work for Simek and Flekkefjord Elektro until delivery in May 2014.

The vessel was designed by Multi Maritime AS in Førde and is a development of two existing vessels the company has taken delivery of from another Norwegian shipyard. The ship will be able to perform various subsea operations worldwide.

The newbuilding will have a diesel-electric propulsion system of 4 generators with approx. 6.490 kW. These supply power to two electric-powered propellers each of 1,600 kW aft. Estimated speed approx. 14,5 knots. In addition, the ship is equipped with one bow thruster and two azimuth thrusters.

The vessel has the following main dimensions:

– Length over all 85.45 m

– Width 18.00m

– Depth to deck 8,60 m

The accommodation is designed for a total of 90 people, divided into 20 single and 35 double cabins, all with shower and toilet.

Yard no. 127 will be delivered to Simon Møkster Shipping in May 2014.

Press Release, August 26, 2013



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