Eastern Navigation Group takes delivery of two new vesselsVessel & ROV News // November 9, 2009
The offshore services division of the Singapore-based Eastern Navigation Group has recently taken delivery of two new vessels.
The first vessel, ENA Challenger, is an AHTS designed by Wartsila Ship design. This modern 6,400bhp twin screw AHTS is 61m long, with a breadth of 18meters and is equipped with a Converteam DP2 dynamic positioning system and has a bollard pull of over 88 tons. She has a clear deck space of 450m2 and dedicated mud tanks, drill water tanks and dry bulk tanks. This Singapore flagged vessel was constructed at Zhenjiang Shipyard in China.
The second vessel, ENA Treasure, is an AHT designed by Wartsila Ship Design for anchor handling and towing operations in the Asia Pacific region. This 51m long vessel has 6,400bhp and was built at Guijiang shipyard in China. The vessel has a bollard pull of 91.9 tons and is now supporting the derrick/lay barge Sea horizon’s project in Weizhou field China.
Both vessels have ABS class notation, with FiFi 1 capability, and meet the class requirements for offshore support vessel towing and anchor handling services.
For more information about the company see www.easternnavigation.com.