Island Diligence has been awarded two walk-to-work contracts within the final month, securing the vessel employment till late fall this yr. Island Diligence has already began working for Trianel within the German Bight, the place she performs walk-to-work operations on a wind park referred to as Trianel Windpark Borkum II.
The vessel has an lodging capability of 100 individuals together with a crew of 23, and a virtually full vessel is predicted in the course of the job for Trianel. The length of the contract is roughly 4 months, plus choices. The vessel will likely be based mostly in Eemshaven in The Netherlands.
Further, a contract is signed with Global Marine Group for work at Kriegers Flak, a wind park underneath development on the Danish sector within the Baltic Sea. The wind park, owned by Vattenfall, will likely be Denmark’s largest after completion in the long run of 2021. Island Diligence will operate as an lodging vessel, along with offering gangway providers in reference to cable laying exercise on the wind park. The length of the contract is three months, plus choice for a further month, and the vessel will likely be mobilizing in Grimsby, UK.
Island Diligence is a vessel of design sort UT 717 CDX, and was delivered to Island Offshore in 2018.
“We are very happy to safe long-term work for Island Diligence. It has been a protracted winter for the crew because the vessel has been in heat lay-up pending new contracts. I wish to commend them for fast and efficient mobilization of the vessel. The present buyer carried out an HSEQ audit of the vessel with no non-conformities. This proves that the vessel is nicely saved, with a crew that focus’ on the precise issues,” says Tommy Walaunet, Managing Director of Island Offshore Management AS.
(Source and picture: Island Offshore)
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