Norway: North Sea Giant Stays with Technip
Technip Norge AS have declared an option to the existing contract for the 2012-season on the OCV “NORTH SEA GIANT” and will now retain the vessel until end 2013.
Technip also holds options for the vessel for 2014 and 2015.
M/V North Sea Giant has been designed for long term construction works in the open sea, supporting a crew of 120 people . The ship has a heliport, exercise hall, movie theater and sauna. There are two cranes on deck, one with a load capacity of 400 tons and the other 250 tons.
The vessel is one of the biggest OCV in the world at this moment. It is 156 meters long, 30 meters beam and over 22 MW of installed power.
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Posted on January 3, 2012, in Norway, OCV and tagged Atlantic Ocean, europe, gulf of mexico, IMR Subsea Construction, News, North Sea, North Sea Giant, Norway, OCV, Offshore, subsea construction, Technip, United States, Vigo. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.