Grand Canyon III Delivery Postponed

Volstad Maritime AS, Myklebust Verft AS and Canyon Offshore Ltd have come two an agreement to put off the delivery of the Grand Canyon III.

The offshore construction vessel was scheduled for delivery on February 01, 2016, however, according to Volstad’s Oslo filing, the delivery has been rescheduled for May 01, 2016.

The vessel arrived to Myklebust Verft in November 2014 for outfitting. This is a sister ship of Grand Canyon, which has been in operation since 2012 and Grand Canyon II, named and delivered in March 2015 in Ålesund, Norway.

Volstad originally placed the orders with Bergen Group Fosen, but the projects were moved to Kleven in March 2014. The new building numbers assigned to these sister vessels are 376 and 377.

Both vessels are designed by Ålesund based design company Skipsteknisk (ST-259 CD).

The Grand Canyon III is approximately 128 m long, and with accommodation for 104 persons.

Subsea World News Staff

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