CIG Shipbuilding making good progress with Acta OrionVessel & ROV News // June 24, 2015
CIG Shipbuilding says it is making sound progress with the construction of Acta Marine's newbuild, Acta Orion.
The vessel is due to go to work on behalf of Van Oord once delivered, supporting the construction of offshore windfarms.
After a year of steelwork, piping, cable pulling and painting work the ship recently left Stettin in Poland.
"The ship has been transformed to an Acta Marine vessel, wearing the company colours, name and logo," said CIG Shipbuilding. "The DP2 vessel, which is 108m long with a breadth of 16m, offers a huge inside space with luxury cabins including en suite bathrooms, galley, mess room, offices, cinema and more."
Acta Orion will be completed in The Netherlands. Once in Harlingen, the outfitting will be completed and the aft thrusters installed.
Acta Orion will be delivered in the autumn of 2015.