Ocean Pioneer heads to TrinidadVessel & ROV News // April 21, 2008
Deep Marine Technology in the US has announced that the 205ft, four-point dive vessel Ocean Pioneer is to work for Capital Signal in Trinidad.
Working in water depths of from 0-3,000ft, Ocean Pioneer will primarily be performing survey work.
The project started in the first half of April and is scheduled to last approximately 90 days.
In the meantime, DMT will be pursuing other prospects to keep the vessel in that area indefinetely.
"We are exicted about this opportunity to work with Capital Signal and have the chance to extablish ourselves in the diving arena in Trinidad and the surrounding waters, " stated Mike Luinstra, VP of Diving.
Ocean Pioneer has a 10 tonne Petibone pedestal crane, Skagit RB 90 waterfall winch with level winders, with (4) 5,000ft anchor cables, and accommodation for 36.