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    Havyard Group secures order for new IMR vessel

    Vessel & ROV News // February 28, 2008

    Havila Shipping has ordered Havyard 855 IRM ship from Havyard Leirvik.

    Havyard Leirvik in Norway has signed a contract with Havila Shipping for the construction of a Havyard 855 IMR ship.

    The Havyard 855 IMR design is due to be delivered in the summer of 2010 and has a contract value including OFE of approximately NKr 700 million.

    The vessel will be designed and built for inspection, maintenance and repair of subsea offshore installations for oil production. The vessel will have a length of 97.5m, breadth of 19.8m and accommodation for 70.

    The vessel will be equipped with an offshore crane with capacity of 100 tonnes at 15m, have a cargo deck of 600m2 and a maximum speed of 17 knots.

    The vessel will have 'Comfort class,' 'Clean class' and catalysts to reduce emissions to air.

    The Havyard 855 IMR was designed by Havyard Maritime in Fosnavåg, Norway.

    In addition to the Havyard 855 IMR, Havyard Maritime has recently designed a larger IMR vessel and what will be one of the most advanced DSVs in the world.


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