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Damen Launches the World Diamond Platform Supply Vessel [VIDEO]

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January 28, 2013

Image: Damen

On January 18th, 2013, Damen Shipyards GalaÅ£i launched the World Diamond, the first of a series of six fully equipped Platform Supply Vessels for Norwegian offshore company World Wide Supply.  The PSV 3300 series is part of Damen’s newly designed range of platform suppliers.

The World Diamond was built and completed in Galati in cooperation with Damen Shipyards Gorinchem which provided the design, engineering and main equipment.

Damen cooperates with a number of specialized suppliers and co-makers, respectively: Helmers (insulations, upholstery and furniture), Eekels (electrical equipment and installations), Den Breejen (painting and conservation’ and Johnson Control together with De Haan Galati (air conditioning and ventilation).

Watch the launching of the World Diamond:


The main purpose of platform supply vessels such as the World Diamond is the transport of different cargos such as fuel, salt brine, cement, barite, drilling mud, drill pipe, casing, downhole tools, and garbage to and from offshore drilling rigs and production platforms in support of offshore exploration and production activities. The PSV 3300 can also carry conventional containers on deck for diverse cargo. Furthermore, this DP2 platform supplier has fire-fighting capabilities and is provided with oil recovery equipment.

Damen E3

To reduce the environmental impact of its vessels and improve efficiency at the same time, Damen adheres to its E3 principles: Environmentally friendly, Efficient in operation and Economically viable. Combining the needs of the planet, the people operating the ship and the owner’s need to make a profit, the need for a new design emerged. Hull shape, coatings, the location of oil tanks, refrigerants, recovery of waste heat and engine emissions. The PSV 3300 CD fulfils the latest requirements of Clean Design and Environmental Protection standards of the major classification societies.


  • Total length                 80.10 m
  • Breadth                        16.20 m
  • Draught                        6.15.m
  • Deadweight                 approx.. 3300 t
  • Max. weight on deck 400 t
  • Classification Society  LRS (Lloyd Register of Shipping)
  • Crew + passengers    16 + 6 persons
  • Speed                         13,7 knots
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