Campaign for Ulstein design to US Coast Guard

Image of the offshore patrol cutter (Illustration: Courtesy of Ulstein Group)

We have worked together with Vigor for two years, and have developed a concept we have great faith in. The ship is 100m long and 16.4m wide and has a top speed of 22 knots. A typical operating speed can vary from 5 to 22 knots, and the ship is therefore equipped with a combined diesel mechanic / diesel electric propulsion system. The ship accommodates 124 people, is equipped with a helicopter deck and hangar, and a hangar for three rescue boats,” says, Tore Ulstein, deputy CEO at Ulstein group and responsible for market and innovation.
Several yards are currently sending their prospects to the Coast Guard. Either at the end of 2014 or beginning of 2015, the Coast Guard will award the contract

The American shipbuilding group Vigor Industrial has announced Ulstein’s SX151 design as part of a campaign aimed at the US Coast Guard that plans to renew its fleet with up to 25 new ships.

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