Naming ceremony held for Skandi SingaporeVessel & ROV News // June 17, 2011
DOF Subsea and vessel builder ST Marine joined together to host the official naming ceremony for Skandi Singapore on 11 June 2011.
Named after her place of build, the high specification, dive support vessel is the first in DOF Subsea's fleet to be designed, built and outfitted for work in the Asia Pacific Region.
"DOF Subsea has undertaken a highly targeted investment programme to prepare for the forecast trend of rapid expansion and development in the Asia Pacific offshore oil and gas market," said the company.
"The arrival of Skandi Singapore strengthens DOF Subsea’s operational capability. The vessel is ideally matched to construction programs as well as large IRM operations and built to match and support the wider operational needs of clients."
Skandi Singapore is a DNV classed, AKER 06 design DSV with a 900m2 main deck, a 140 tonne crane, two in-built Triton XLX work class ROVs and an 18-man saturation diving system.