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    Østensjø takes delivery of Edda Fauna

    Vessel & ROV News // January 21, 2008

    Edda Fauna - built at Aker Yards, Brattvaag, Norway was named on Saturday January 12th 2008 in Haugesund.

    The Inspection, Maintenance & Repair (IMR) vessel is due to be completed and delivered by the end of January 2008.

    The new IMR vessel is specially designed for operation in northern waters and with a focus on excellent manouverability and station-keeping.

    The vessel is built for the following main tasks:

    • ROT operations using a module handling system
    • Inspection and ROV operations
    • Light construction work
    • Scale squeeze and pumping operations
    • RFO operations.

    The Edda Fauna is also equipped with:

    • a module handling tower operations in enclosed hangar areas
    • a skidding system for 60 ton modules on the main deck
    • a LARS handling system for observation and work class ROVs
    • Three moonpools for module handling and ROV operations
    • a Fixed installed Scale Squeeze system onboard
    • DE-ICE notation, with covered lifeboats, mob boats, bow area and hangar area.

     

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