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    Bumi Armada acquires MPSV

    Vessel & ROV News // March 19, 2013

    Malaysia-based Bumi Armada Berhad has announcedthat its wholly-owned subsidiary, Bumi Armada Offshore Contractors Limited has taken delivery of a multipurpose platform support vessel (MPSV) from Condor Shipco Limited for US$15.8 million.

    The DP2 diesel-electric vessel which was re-named Armada Condor was re-built in 2002 which involved extension of vessel length, addition of DP2 system and thrusters.

    The DNV-classed support vessel measures 104m in length with a beam of 22.4m. It has a 120 tonne main crane with active heave compensation system for operation up to 2,000m water depth, an auxiliary crane, a cargo crane, moonpool, helideck and built-in gas storage of 14,800m3. It has 1,100m2 of deck space with deck load capacity of 1,300 tonnes. Armada Condor has accommodation for 127 persons

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