Cecon takes first option vessel at DavieVessel & ROV News // June 18, 2007
Cecon ASA in Norway has confirmed that it has taken up the option it held on the first of the four Vik-Sandvik VS4220 Offshore Construction Vessels.
The vessel will be built with Davie Yards with delivery scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2009.
The vessel will be equipped a 400 tonnes offshore crane, rated for 4,000m and will otherwise be identical to Ceconís first two vessels, currently under construction.
The vessels are 130m long with a deck area of 2,000m2, DP Class 3, 100 man accommodation and a maximum transit speed of 16 knots.
The total estimated project cost for the contract is US$143 million, with an increment of approximately US$10-12 million for the larger crane.