Neptune’s HRV Supports DOF Subsea Australia

Neptune Marine Services has been awarded a contract to provide a hyperbaric rescue vessel (HRV) to DOF Subsea Australia.

This is the first project for Neptune’s vessel, Offshore Guardian, and will see the vessel providing support to the client’s saturation diving campaign on the North West Shelf, the company said.

The Offshore Guardian is a 34-meter DP1 vessel that can support Neptune’s diving, inspection, stabilization, survey, AUV and ROV capabilities.

Neptune chief executive officer, Robin King, said: “This is the first project for our new vessel and we are delighted to be able to provide a cost effective solution to our client.”

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