Ultra Deep Solutions Lands 5-Year Charter for DSCV Andy Warhol

Ultra Deep Solutions said it has gone into a 5-year contract to charter out its diving support and construction vessel (DSCV) Andy Warhol.

The Warhol is an DNV-GL 18-men Saturation system with Twin 18-men SPHL’s and integrated air diving system.

The MT 6023 vessel comes with FiFi 3 and full oil recovery system. It has 150t AHC crane to 3000 msw. Again she is a MT design 6023 from Norway.

Also the ship has Kongsberg DP system with Schottel propulsion system. There will be WROVs built in from Schilling Robotics, UDS said.

The vessel comes with an offset moon pool for divers over 55 years of age to reach the platform job location easily. Its primary area of work will be Middle East, Indian and Far East. Delivery will be Q4 2018 Singapore, the company added

“The Andy Warhol is our 4th ship to be on long-term contract. We at UDS have passionately built this vessel from the start for the Middle East and Asian Regions. It fits nicely into the market as a very high specification ship. The market has really heated up for the higher end DSCV vessels as of late. Our competitive pricing and low cost fuel consumption ships are having multiple offers on them. Oil and Gas companies are looking for High quality assets at competitive prices,” said Shel Hutton – UDS CEO.

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