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    Maersk moves to reduce exposure to North Sea market

    News // October 24, 2003
    Seabrokers reports that Maersk Supply Service has taken what it called "bold strides" to lessen its exposure in the North Sea by removing the A class anchor handlers Maersk Winner and Maersk Detector (D class).

    The Maersk Winner is understood to be towing the Transocean Richardson to West Africa (Cote D'Ivoire) for CNR and will stay in the region uncommitted upon completion.

    Seabrokers says the rumours surrounding the Maersk Detector indicate that it is steaming to West Africa and upon arrival will be able to release it's sister D class AHTS Maersk Dispatcher, which will then return to the Northern hemisphere to be redelivered from bareboat charter to it's owners Tidewater.

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