Drydocks World Southeast Asia has delivered the 30,000 dwt fully pneumatic self discharge cement carrier named Endeavor to its owner Endeavor S.N.C.
Drydocks World Southeast Asia has delivered the 30,000 dwt fully pneumatic self discharge cement carrier named Endeavor to its owner Endeavor S.N.C., a subsidiary of Setaf Saget of France. The vessel, which boasts a yard length of 170 metres, is the world"s largest vessel of her type and one of the largest vessels to be built at DDW-SEA"s designated volume, shipbuilding facility - the Nanindah shipyard.
The yard also recently completed delivery of three other AHTS vessels built to ABS class: 80 tons bollard pull Greatship Ahalya (to its owner Greatship (India) Limited), Mermaid Vision (to Mermaid Marine Australia Ltd) and Ark Dartmoor (to Singapore Retail Pte. Ltd).
The company also announced the delivery of a fifth vessel for this period, the Armada Tuah 104, from its Drydocks World �" Pertama yard, to its owner Malaysia"s Bumi Armada Berhad. The yard is contracted to construct a further four AHTS for the same owner.
?The maritime industry is currently facing extraordinarily challenging times, however, we believe the resilient players will emerge and weather the crisis,? said Denis Welch, DDW-SEA ceo. ?At DDW-SEA, we continue to meet our clients" expectations; having delivered 11 vessels of differing types and sizes since the beginning of the year �" which once again, has proven our capabilities as an integrated maritime solutions provider in the Southeast Asia region.?