Turkish yard confirms deal to build Esvagt vesselYard News // June 10, 2016
Cemre Shipyard in Turkey has confirmed that it has signed a contract with Esvagt to build a Havyard 832 multi-purpose vessel (MPSV).
The vessel will be contracted to work for Hess once delivered in 2018.
“We are very pleased to have a growing business relationship with Esvagt and that they choose us to build this advanced multipurpose vessel in Turkey at Cemre Shipyard," said Hüseyin Şanlı, Shipyard Manager.
"Cemre has delivered many ships to European clients and will continue to do more,” he said.
The vessel is designed to meet the latest environmental requirements according to IMO Tier III and will have accommodation for 49 people. The vessel is being built for rescue/standby for 150 people, will have a length overall of 81.90m and deck area of 620m2.