Normand Vision deliveredVessel & ROV News // July 3, 2014
Normand Vision has been chartered by Ocean Installer for eight years.
Normand Vision, an advanced construction support vessel (CSV) ordered by Ocean Installer and Solstad Offshore, has been delivered by Vard and is now ready for offshore operations.
The vessel, which is owned by Solstad Offshore, will operate on a long term charter with Ocean Installer for a minimum of eight years.
The vessel is the third in Ocean Installerís fleet of subsea vessels, following Normand Mermaid and Normand Clipper, both chartered from Solstad Offshore.
The vessel is due to start work immediately take on several projects on the Norwegian continental shelf, including work for Statoil and Norske Shell.
The vessel is fitted for subsea, umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF) projects and is 156.7m long with a breadth of 27m, and has a cargo deck area of 2,100m2.
Normand Vision is equipped with a 150 tonne VLS and a 3,000t below-deck carousel, ROVs in hangars launched through moonpools, and two AHC offshore cranes (400 tonnes and 100 tonnes) that can both operate down to depths of 3,000m.