Purus CSOVs to fly the Isle of Man flag

Two next-generation CSOVs being constructed for UK based ship owner Purus will go into service under the Isle of Man flag

(Source: Purus)

UK-based shipowner, Purus, is to raise the Isle of Man flag on board two commissioning service operation vessels (CSOVs) that are currently being built by Norwegian shipbuilder, Vard, a Fincantieri subsidiary.

The two CSOVs are due for delivery in the second quarter of 2025 and 2026 respectively. With accommodation for 120 technical personnel in 85 cabins, they have been designed as methanol-ready and will be equipped with battery-hybrid power systems. They will support offshore wind operations and have walk-to-work gangway systems with a range of 15-30m above sea level.

The hulls of the vessels are being built at VARD facilities in Romania and Vietnam. They will then be taken to company yards in Norway for outfitting and commissioning.   

Cameron Mitchell, director of the Isle of Man Registry, said:We’re delighted to welcome Purus’s next generation CSOVs to our fleet. The new vessels are an important step for Purus on its decarbonisation journey … We are looking forward to developing a strong partnership with Purus, and to continue to provide our support as it works towards the sustainability aims that we both share.”

 

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