Australia: Neptune Adds TMS Comanche ROV to Its Fleet

Neptune Marine Services Ltd (Neptune) announces that it has extended its global ROV fleet with the addition of a new build, TMS Comanche ROV.

The Comanche is a state of the art, light weight; work class ROV and Neptune expects to take delivery of it in the first quarter 2014.

The Comanche will predominantly work on-board the purpose built Dive Support Vessel, the Dryden, that Neptune is currently building in conjunction with Bhagwan Marine. The Dryden, once operational, will service clients along North Western Australia.

Neptune’s Chief Executive Officer, Robin King, said “the Comanche ROV is a key asset for delivering Neptune’s integrated range of inspection, repair and maintenance capabilities. In conjunction with the completion of the Dryden build, Neptune will be well positioned to service the major oil and gas operators and projects in Australia in 2014 and beyond.”

Press Release, January 15, 2014; Image: Forum


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