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    Navion Odin converted back to tanker

    Vessel & ROV News // February 1, 2002
    Navion ASA has confirmed that its has converted the Navion Odin, its multi-purpose shuttle tanker (MST, back to a conventional tanker, having failed to find work for the vessel as a Floating Production, Storage & Offloading (FPSO) vessel.

    The vessel was built by Izar (formerly Astilleros Espanoles) at their Puerto Real yard in Spain and was delivered towards the end of last year, but has now been converted back to the conventional tanker role at Verolme Botlek repair yard in the Netherlands.

    The conversion work mainly consisted of removing some of the ship's bow thrusters.

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