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GC Rieber Shipping has marked a two year contract for its second subsea newbuild with the Mexican organization Oceanografia. The vessel, which will be named “Polar Queen”, has as of late been given over from the Spanish shipyard Freire Shipyard, and the agreement will start up in November. Three of the four vessels in the Company’s newbuilding project are subsequently conveyed and every one of them are on contract.
“With the entire armada connected with, we are extremely all around situated going ahead,” says Irene Waage Basili, CEO of the organization.
Oceanografia has over forty years involvement in seaward contracting and works a significant armada of claimed and sanctioned vessels in the Gulf of Mexico. “Polar Queen” will work on an agreement for the Mexican state oil organization PEMEX. – This is the main contract in the Gulf of Mexico for GC Rieber Shipping, and gives us nearness in another and developing business sector for us, says Basili.
“Polar Queen” is 110.6 meters in length and has an a light emission meters. She is furnished with a 150 ton seaward AHC crane, has settlement limit of 112 individuals and a deck region of 1000 square meters. The vessel is planned by Skipsteknisk and meets the most recent ecological measures through the class assignment “Clean Design”.
With the conveyance of the “Polar Queen”, just a single vessel stays in the organization’s continuous newbuilding program, the seismic vessel yn 533. The seismic administrator Dolphin Geophysical has an alternative to sanction this vessel. “Execution of our new building program and an expanded customer portfolio places us in a solid position to meet what we accept will get to be distinctly dynamic and energizing years for the seaward business,” says Basili.