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    Maersk Supply Service takes delivery of second subsea unit

    Vessel & ROV News // December 1, 2017

    Maersk Supply Service has taken delivery of its second Stingray-class subsea support vessel, Maersk Involver.

    COSCO Dalian Shipyard in China is building the quartet of ships, which are of Marin Teknikk  MT6027 design.

    The Stingray-class newbuilds are highly versatile vessels. Intended for a wide range of operations in deep and shallow water operations, including in challenging offshore environments, the vessels have an energy-efficient propulsion setup, class 3 dynamic positioning, a 400-tonne active heave-compensated crane and two work-class remotely operated vehicles capable of operating in up to 3,000m of water.

    The vessels also have a large free deck area (1,850m2) with a large number of sea fastening features and cofferdams built in above all tanks to ensure efficiency and flexibility for client operations. The vessels have accommodation for 120 people.

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