Sunday, January 17, 2010

Some Photographs ( oldest )

Pipe lay session 

Pipelaying- and offshore 
construction vessel 'Seven Oceans'

The nice Seven Oceans, departure from Vitoria in July 17/2009.

Shes Award winning Ship of the Year in 2008.

On Thursday 6th of November the Subsea 7’s pipelaying- and offshore construction vessel, the ‘Seven Oceans’ received the award “Ship of the Year. The ‘Seven Oceans’ was designed by IHC Merwede Offshore & Marine’s, Merwede Shipyard at Hardinxveld-Giessendam. The titel ‘Ship of the Year’ is given to a ship which is built and finished in Holland and which distinguishes itself on the area of environment, safety, economy or innovation in product or process. On behalf of the ‘Royal Dutch Association of Maritime Technicians’ (KNVTS), Minister Van der Hoeven of the Ministry of Economical Affairs handed over  the prize to Mr. Ton Rietdijk, managing director of Merwede Shipyard and Mr. James MacGregor, project manager of Subsea 7. 

Specifications ‘Seven Oceans’
Length over all157,30 m
Length between perpendiculars138,32 m
Breadth28,40 m
Depth12,50 m
Design draught7,50 m
Scantling draught8,00 m
Speed15,00 kn
Deadweight12,430 t
DP Class
Main crane capacity400 t
Operating depth3,000 m
Pipe capacity3,500 t
Max diameter16 inch
Operating depth3,000 m
No workclass ROV’s2
Total inst power21,700 kW

Kommador 3000 
In June 23/2009
she's called K3000, formerly name is "AMARAGY".
she in 1998 convert to diving support ship, 5291gt/3625dw, again in 1999 Length & widened, 118.4/100.9 x 18.0m, 7731gt/3400dw, convert to pipe layer

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