Bordelon Marine takes delivery of another ultra-light intervention vesselVessel & ROV News // November 18, 2015
The company describes Brandon Bordelon as an ultralight intervention vessel.
Bordelon Marine is due to take delivery of the vessel Brandon Bordelon this month. The vessel is a highly specialized unit with a helideck, 60 tonne AHC crane with 3,000m of wire, accommodation for 60, a mezzanine deck with internal office and control rooms capable of supporting two work-class ROV systems. The vessel also offers 6,200ft2 of useable deck space.
Brandon Bordelon comes equipped with two Ranger2 Pro through-hull USBL systems. The vessel delivers a fully integrated ROV control room, ROV support offices, below deck work and storage spaces, extensive communications and ROV data network, with patch panel racks installed.
The vessel is designed with removable bulwarks around the entire aft of vessel along with power, water, air, and hydraulic oil connections on the deck. The vship is also equipped with four additional below deck Tier 3 generators, providing fully redundant power to the crane and ROV systems.
The company's President and CEO, Wes Bordelon, said: "We are very excited to introduce Brandon Bordelon. This vessel is the next generation design of the Stingray series and continues our commitment of the ultra light intervention vessel (ULIV) concept to the subsea market.
"With the addition of a helideck and other integrated systems the Brandon provides an additional highly capable and low cost vessel option to our clients."