New Arrivals for 2007

gdynia
5th January 2007, 11:00
Photographs number 1 and 2 are to be delivered this year to our company. Photograph 3 is a vessel still in design stages.

non descript
5th January 2007, 11:21
Very smart bits of kit. Thank you. (Thumb)

gdynia
5th January 2007, 11:27
Aye Mark and a fortune to build but its all singing and dancing onboard

Thamesphil
5th January 2007, 13:40
Very interesting Gdynia. The first one looks like the Aker DSV06 building for DOF ASA, due 6/2007 from Aker Group's Soeviknes yard. The second looks like an Aker OSCV03, which Aker yards are also are building for DOF, but I didn't think that was due until 2008.

I assume that all will be chartered in as Heerema do not seem to have any new ships on order for their own account.

Cheers
Phil

gdynia
5th January 2007, 13:42
Very interesting Gdynia. The first one looks like the Aker DSV06 building for DOF ASA, due 6/2007 from Aker Group's Soeviknes yard. The second looks like an Aker OSCV03, which Aker yards are also are building for DOF, but I didn't think that was due until 2008.

I assume that all will be chartered in as Heerema do not seem to have any new ships on order for their own account.

Cheers
Phil

Phil
There not for Heerema but a joint venture

RayJordandpo
5th January 2007, 15:43
Photographs number 1 and 2 are to be delivered this year to our company. Photograph 3 is a vessel still in design stages.

and very impressive too. (I bet they don't use pelican hooks!)

gdynia
5th January 2007, 15:49
Ray
Their still about though

R.Philip Griffin
15th January 2007, 10:40
This is a very large OS vssl, but what is it and what does it do?

gdynia
15th January 2007, 11:09
They are multi purpose vessels and will be used for diving,rov,construction,survey and cable laying to name a few

R.Philip Griffin
15th January 2007, 23:27
They are multi purpose vessels and will be used for diving,rov,construction,survey and cable laying to name a few

Thank you Gdynia for your explanation. I try to keep up, but some of these new constructions slip past my ken.

GALTRA
16th January 2007, 00:00
Weird and wonderful, Charley.

maritimephoto
24th April 2007, 18:49
I assume one of these is HULL 152 aka GEO BERGEN as seen here departing Flushing in tow of BAMSE TUG.

Cheers,

Wim

AndyJohannessen
24th April 2007, 22:49
Hi Gdynia,
I have to say that the first two look very similar to Ulstein's new X-Bow, is this paralell developement?

Andy.

gdynia
25th April 2007, 04:37
I assume one of these is HULL 152 aka GEO BERGEN as seen here departing Flushing in tow of BAMSE TUG.

Cheers,

Wim

Wim

No its not the one the company I worked for ordered but very similar.

gdynia
25th April 2007, 04:38
Hi Gdynia,
I have to say that the first two look very similar to Ulstein's new X-Bow, is this paralell developement?

Andy.

Andy
Completely different design these vessels have bulbous bows

JohnMac068
25th April 2007, 15:03
Photographs number 1 and 2 are to be delivered this year to our company. Photograph 3 is a vessel still in design stages.

Any idea who the pipe/umbilical layer is for? (No.3)

gdynia
25th April 2007, 15:08
John
Its for Technip if the go ahead is given