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Marin Teknikk design new Maersk ships

Marin Teknikk design new Maersk ships

14-08-2014 08:00:00


Maersk Supply Service has ordered four subsea support vessels from the Chinese shipyard COSCO (Dalian), but the actual design of the ships are designed by Norwegian Marin Teknikk. The vessels are designed by MT6027, they are 138 meters long, 27 meters wide and have a deadweight of 8,000 tons

. "Marin Teknikk is very pleased to sign this agreement. It is a project that we have worked with for a long time and clearly confirms our position as one of the leading designers of advanced subsea support vessels. We have recently designed several ships in this category, the most recent Olympic Shipping and Rem Offshore" was stated in a message from Marin Teknikk.

The agreement also means that many Norwegian and European subcontractors will be involved in the construction of the ship.

The agreement means that Marine Teknikk has a lot of work until 2016. Marin Teknikk is headquartered in Herøy, Sunnmøre in Norway, and has approximately 60 employees. In addition, Marin Teknikk has offices in Szczecin and Gdansk in Poland with about 40 engineers employed.

The ships are designed to work at 3000 meters water depth and are equipped with a 400 ton AHC crane. There will be 1,925 square meters of free deck area, and there will be opportunity for the accommodation of 120 people on board.

Source: Marin Teknikk / Maritime Denmark


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