Polar Onyx OCV Arrives at Rotterdam for Final Outfitting

The ‘Polar Onyx’ offshore construction vessel has arrived at Rotterdam, The Netherlands, after her maiden voyage from Ulsteinvik.

The vessel will now be equipped with the final top side equipment, Ulstein Group informed through their Facebook page.

After the installation of 275 tonnes vertical laying tower the vessel will head to Brazil where it will provide SURF services for Petrobras.

The 130-metre long and 25-metre wide ‘Polar Onyx’ is based on the ULSTEIN’s SX121 design, and is capable of operating in the IMR/SURF construction market, with a high capacity for flexible pipe cargo below deck and on main deck.

It can accommodate 130 persons, and complies with the latest international environmental standards.

Subsea World News Staff, March 12, 2014;  Image: Ulstein

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