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    best regards Thijs

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      best regards Thijs

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        best regards Thijs

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          best regards Thijs

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            Thank you for the photos. I was really curious about the tall yellow tower and funny looking crane. I'm now searching online to find what it is used for.

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              do you have the newsletter Dane,every day you get one.

              www.maasmondmaritime.com.

              this week they have launched her sister ship,i't's a pipelaying vessel.
              best regards Thijs

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                Originally posted by pilotdane View Post
                Thank you for the photos. I was really curious about the tall yellow tower and funny looking crane. I'm now searching online to find what it is used for.
                The tall yellow tower is used to lay flexible pipe by the J-lay method (See recent post in Marine Operations thread)

                Here is some specs:

                IHC Merwede, a Netherlands engineering and manufacturing firm announced on Friday the launch of a new pipelaying vessel for use in deep-sea oilfield projects for Brazilian oil and gas firm Petrobras.

                The Sapura Diamante’s pipelay spread is comprised of two below-deck storage carousels with capacities for 2,500 tons and 1,500t of product, respectively. The vessel also includes a vertical tiltable lay system with 500t of top tension capacity that will be able to deploy flexible products with diameters ranging from 100 to 630 mm.

                The pipe laying spread will be built at IHC Merwede’s facility in Sliedrecht.

                The vessel is the first in a series of five fully integrated offshore vessels engineered, designed and built by IHC Mertwede for Sapura Navegação Marítima, a joint gas services and solutions venture between Malaysian oil and gas firm SapuraKencana and Bermuda offshore drilling firm Seadrill.

                The Sapura Diamante will now head to Brazil where it will be used by Petrobras to develop Brazilian offshore oilfields at depths of up to 2,500 meters.

                The launch of the first of five vessels that we are building for this customer is a milestone in our history. Once again, we have proved to be reliable partners for such complex projects, with the build of all of the equipment and the vessel, itself on schedule.'' said Arjan Klijnsoon, managing director of IHC Merwede’s Offshore division.
                The main crane is an Active Heave Compensated crane, capable of setting subsea equipment in up to 3,000 m. water depth. (No specs found)

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                  Seven Pelican, IMO 8420244, in Western Harbour, Leith, 25th February 2014.







                  It seemed like I was not the only seagull to be taking an interest!


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                    Another CSV:

                    This one with a different coloure scheme

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                      Some Offshore vessels seen in Singapore last week.

                      Another Swire Offshore "D"-class arriving at Jurong West Anchorage (AJW):






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                        Some Offshore vessels seen in Singapore last week.

                        Another Swire Offshore "D"-class arriving at Jurong West Anchorage (AJW):






                        One of six vessels built at ST Marine, Singapore, but from Norwegian design and with mostly Norwegian equipment to highest standard.

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                          One of the 100 Bourbon Liberty Class vessels now in existence:


                          Gulf Marine's Sea Comanche heading out:


                          To hook up tow on the J/U ENSCO 104 for a tow to offshore Vietnam:


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                            More AHTS at anchor at AJW:


                            AHTS POSH Constant:


                            PSV Greatship Mansha:

                            I wonder if we have a CVF member on board this one???

                            OSV Rawabi 17:

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                              AHTS Maersk Searcher:


                              AHTS Lewek Ebony:


                              AHTS Go Altair:


                              AHTS Guidry Tide:

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                                AHTS Lewek Emerald:

                                Or at least most of it. (I was aiming at the Drillship in the background, with no luck)

                                Long range Ocean Tug Fairmount Expedition:


                                The Pakarang view:


                                She had just dropped tow from the ENSCO 5002:

                                Arriving for an upgrade.

                                Another long range Ocean Tug, the Salvanguard:


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