The offshore services company saw their Construction Support Vessel, North Ocean 102, christened in Vigo, Spain at the Metalships shipyard.
On December 12th Oceanteam, the offshore services company saw their Construction Support Vessel, North Ocean 102, christened in Vigo, Spain at the Metalships shipyard.
In January 2009, this second vessel in Oceanteam's 100 series will start working on a project by project basis for the Mexican Offshore Construction and IMR Company CICSA.
The ship was named by the ship's godmother, Rocio Magallanes, wife of Eduardo Arana CICSA's Commercial Director.
The ship is 137 metres in length and has a 27 metre beam. When delivered she will be fitted with two 100 ton cranes, a large moon pool and will be able to accommodate a crew of up to 199.
In the course of 2009 the North Ocean 103 will follow.
Oceanteam ASA announced the same day that it has signed a contract with Technip UK Ltd for a vessel charter plus additional services for 103.
The agreement will commence in 2009 for a minimum period of 8 years plus options for world wide operations.