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    Stirling Esk in refit

    Vessel & ROV News // November 7, 2003
    Seacor Marine's PSV Stirling Esk has departed from it's term charter with Global Marine Services (GMS) to undergo a refit which should take around eight weeks.

    Upon completion, the PSV will be renamed and transformed into a multi-role standby vessel.

    At present, the new name for the Stirling Esk is being kept under wraps, however it is known that Boston Putford will operate the vessel, and also that it hasgained a long-term charter in the North Sea.

    Seacor's PSV Smit Lloyd Fame is to be used as a replacement for the remainder of the GMS charter, which the Stirling Esk had been originally fixed for.

    The Smit Lloyd Fame, a Trym S1 44 design (sister to the Smit Lloyd Fortune), is due to return in early November.

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