Construction of multi-purpose offshore support vessel

The OSV will be 64.8m long and 15.77m wide

Custom-designed to stringent environmental legislation, the diesel-electric powered vessel will be constructed for low fuel consumption, clean ship / green passport / SPS2008 and high comfort class notation, making it the first offshore vessel to be built in the Netherlands to this specification, the shipbuilder said. The DP2 class vessel provides ergonomically designed accommodation for 52 persons in single or double cabins, complete with conference rooms, working offices, recreation rooms and a gymnasium.  The vessel will be manned and operated from the Netherlands, sailing under the Dutch Flag and registered in Den Helder.
The vessel’s main propulsion system consists of two 900kW azimuth thrusters at the stern and two bow thrusters, one of which is a 600kW tunnel thruster and the other a 400kW retractable azimuthing thruster. Four 995kW generators, with Caterpillar C32 prime movers, power all of the above.
The multi-purpose OSV will be delivered in the second quarter of 2014. Its features include a long jib length crane, triple moon pools, large under deck workshops and a four point mooring system. The vessel provides a total working deck space of 500m2 at a rated load of 5 tonnes/m2. In addition to this, the deck is strengthened locally at the stern to accommodate a 20-tonne A-frame, and around the moon pool where it is increased to a loading of 60 tonnes/m2.

Dutch SeaMar Subsea BV has signed a contract with Shipyard De Hoop for the construction of a multi-purpose offshore support vessel (OSV).

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