Havila Alters DeepOcean Vessel Deal

Oslo-listed Havila Shipping and subsea contractor DeepOcean have decided to modify the chartering contract for the vessel Havila Phoenix.

The 2009 built subsea vessel was previously signed on a contract, with commencement in Q1 2014, for a firm period of 7 years with 4 optional periods each of 1 year.

According to the Norwegian vessel owner, the new deal decreases the payable dayrate for period in exchange for a contract extension.

Havila Phoenix is a Havyard 858 design, delivered from Havyard’s shipyard in Leirvik as a construction vessel, after which it was converted for cable laying and trenching operations, which included the lengthening the vessel by 17.4 meters to accommodate the new equipment.

Subsea World News Staff

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