Atlantic Offshore’s newest addition to their fleet, ERRV Ocean Marlin, has been named in Stavanger by Godmother Anni H. Apeland.
The vessel was built at Zamakona Shipyard and will now commence a 4+4 year contract for Total E&P at the Martin Linge field.
Ocean Marlin is the second of three Havyard HY 820 designed emergency response standby vessels ordered by Atlantic Offshore.
- LOA: 66.8 m
- LBP: 60.6 m
- Breadth moulded: 16 m
- Maximum draught: 5.4 m
- Speed at draught: 4.25 m 14 knots
- Dead weight at draught: 4.25 m 900 t
- Bollard puLL: 65 t
- Towing winch: 50 t
- Thruster forward: 400 kW
- Azimuth forward: 880 kW
- Main Engines: 2×1900 kW
- Shaft generators: 2×1200 kW
- Deck cranes: (2 off) 3 t /12 m
- Accomomodation: 21 persons
Atlantic Offshore is having a busy summer with the Ocean Art, a VS 485 MKIII L designed platform supply vessel delivered from Kleven in early August and the PSV Ocean Star delivered at the end of July.