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Starfish – Six anchor handling vessels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Project Starfish new-buildings consist of six deep water Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessels (AHTS) of SALT ship design. These state-of-the-art vessels are built for deep water anchor handling and oilfield operations. Reliability, safety and environmental footprint are a top priority. The 95-meter DP2 vessels are equipped with flexible hybrid propulsion systems, fixed pitch on all side thrusters, and excellent station-keeping capabilities. This provides high reliability, very good fuel economy and low emissions. The main deck-handling features plus the ROV hangar make this vessel type highly effective and safe to operate. It has a multi-cargo tank capacity that covers a wide range of different cargo solutions, including numerous hazardous products. The expected delivery for the Starfish AHTS vessels is 2017.

Vessel facts and specifications 
Starfish Vessel Brochure

Stingray – Four subsea support vessels

Maersk Supply Service is building a series of four highly versatile vessels: the Stingray-class subsea support vessels (SSVs). Designed together with Marin Teknikk, the vessels are built as a flexible, stable and reliable platform to carry out a wide range of deep and shallow-water operations in challenging offshore environments. With a highly energy-efficient propulsion set-up, these DP3 vessels feature a 400t active heave compensated crane and two work-class ROVs capable of operating in depths of up to 3,000m. The large 1,925m2 free deck is uniquely designed with hundreds of non-welding, sea-fastening features. Its coffer dams are built in above all tanks to ensure efficiency and flexibility for client operations. The accommodation features 120 modern single cabins offering increased comfort level requirements. The Stingray Class SSVs will be delivered in 2017 and 2018.

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Stingray Vessel Brochure

Read more about the Stingray vessels here.