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    Dutch companies invest in safety standby vessels

    Vessel & ROV News // November 3, 2010

    The Dutch companies GloMar Shipmanagement BV and Rederij Groen BV have teamed up to order two safety standby vessels which will be dual certified according to UKOOA and NOGEPA rules. 

    The new vessels are designed by Glomar Shipmanagement BV and  will be equipped with green engines according latest IMO TIER 2 standards. The first vessel is due to be delivered in August 2011, with the second vessel in October 2011.

    The new vessels will be 42m overall with a beam of 11m, depth of 4.70m, maximum draft of 4.10m, and will have two 875kW main engines. They will have a design speed of 12 knots, deck area of 160mē, WDL of 5t/ mē, and will be certified Lloyds 100 A1, safety stand-by vessel, offshore supply vessel, oil recovery, ICE class 1E, UKOOA class B, Nogepa 120 survivors.

     

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