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Atlantic Offshore’s Havyard 820-design, DNV-classed Ocean Falcon was launched on Thursday 6 November at Zamakona Shipyard in Pasia, Spain.
Final outfitting and commissioning of this multi-role emergency response standby vessel will continue until delivery in Q2 2015 where she will the operate out of Aberdeen on contract for Shell.
Classification: DNV , +1A1, E0, SF, DK+, HL(2,8), COMF-V3 (c) 3, Towing.
Length: 66.80 m
Beam: 16.00 m
Gross Tonnage: 3000
Main Engines: 2 x 1930 Kw MAN
Bow Thruster: 1 x 400 Kw + Azimuth 800 Kw
Accommodation: 21 persons
Ocean Falcon is the third of three sister vessels ordered by Atlantic Offshore. In August, the company accepted delivery of sister vessel Ocean Marlin.
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