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Dutch service ship for Danish company

Dutch service ship for Danish company

05-08-2013 16:00:00


The Danish shipping company Sea Consult, which is controlled by shipping magnate Jan Fabricius, has taken delivery of the offshore service vessel Seagull from the Dutch shipyard Damen.

Seagull is a Twin Axe FCS 2610 catamaran, built of aluminum and is easily recognizable by its Axe Bow bow. The vessel is 26 metres long and has a top speed of 28 knots along with a range of 1,200 nautical miles.

Seagull has room for 12 passengers and 4 crew members. It can drop off and pick up service staff at wave heights of up to 2.5 metres.

In addition to passengers, there is room for two TEU containers on board.

Sea Consult’s branch in Singapose has signed a contract for the ship to operate in offshore wind projects in the German North Sea and off the Belgian coast.

Source: Damen


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