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    Pertinacia joins Acergy fleet

    Vessel & ROV News // July 4, 2007

    Acergy has confirmed that its construction vessel Pertinacia has joined its fleet and is now in Brazil, on contract with Petrobras.

    The subsea construction and flowline lay ship is a DP2 vessel and is committed to servicing a long term contract with Petrobras.

    Acergy describes Pertinacia as "one of the most advanced flexlay and subsea construction ships available."

    At a length overall of 129.9m, Pertinacia has a flexlay capability of up to 340 tonnes lay tension, flexible product storage capacity of up to 2,400 tonnes, a crane with 30 tonne payload at 2,000m and a large clear work deck area.

    The dynamically positioned, RINA-classed flexlay and subsea construction ship will have accommodation for up to 77 persons.

    Capabilities will include flexlay installation and subsea structure installation in water depths of 2,000m.

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