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    Secunda unveils Mariner Sea

    Vessel & ROV News // May 9, 2003
    Secunda, the Canadian offshore operator has revealed more details about its new conversion, the Mariner Sea.

    Originally built by George Eide's Sonner AS in Norway in 1979 and rebuilt in 1996, the vessel has recently completed a major conversion for Secunda ta a Canadian yard.

    The ship now has a range of 25,000 nautical miles or 85 days and accommodation for 64, a service/cruising speed of 12.5 knots and is 92.47m overall, with a length between perpendiculars of 84.0m, moulded beam of 18.0m, depth of 7.1m, design draft of 5.73m, displacement of 6,802 tons, and Net Registered TonnageOf 1,190 NT, plus Gross Registered Tonnage of 3,969 GT and a deadweight of 4,129 tons.

    She is classed LRS + 100 A1 LMC UMS, and can carry 1,200 cubic meters of fuel oil, 1,200 cubic meters of drilling fluids, 700 cubic meters of potable water, 800 cubic meters of liquid mud, 400 cubic meters of brine, 200 cubic meters of base oil and 300 cubic meters of dry bulk.

    She is also fitted with firefighting capability to FiFi 1 (2400 m3 per hour).

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