DeepOcean has announced that Deep Helder, a Subsea Support Vessel, continued its trials this week from the port of Delfzijl, The Netherlands.
Deep Helder will be ready for operations by July this year. A total of 50 personnel can be accommodated on the vessel.
The vessel will be equipped with Survey and ROV systems, an offshore crane and 3 moonpools.
The 65 m long DP2 class & 4point mooring vessel is designed for low fuel consumption, clean ship/green passport/SPS2008 and high comfort class notation (Comf1). The vessel Deep Helder is being built by De Hoop Lobith at the Foxhol Yard, Groningen in the Netherlands. The ship management and marine crewing shall be undertaken by Seamar Subsea B.V and the vessel shall sail under Dutch Flag.
“Deep Helder is a cost effective vessel that we plan to operate on Survey (Geophysics, Inspection & Geotechnical), IMR and light weight Trenching, Excavation and Mattress Installation projects for our customers in renewable and the oil & gas markets,” says Rick Green, DeepOcean’s General Manager of DeepOcean B.V.