VIDEO: ‘Ceona Amazon’ Construction Continues

After being successfully floated at Crist Yard in Poland back in April, the Ceona Amazon was towed to Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven for extensive outfitting.

The 199-metre versatile deepwater field development vessel with her huge product carrying capacity (5,000t of flexible or 8,500t of rigid pipe) stored on and below her 4,600m² deck, twin 400t AHC Masthead cranes working in tandem lifting mode, her innovative on-vessel pipeline fabrication (welding, NDT and FJC) and superior operability (drill ship hull), is a breakthrough in offshore pipelay, heavy construction and floaters installation services.

Once completed in Germany she will move to Huisman yard in Schiedam (The Netherlands) for installation of a 570t pipelay tower and two 400t cranes before entering into operation early 2015.

Press Release, August 13, 2014

 

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