cDiver.net Logo

fleet

0

Seaspan Inks Two Vessel Deals

March 17, 2016

Canadian Minister of Public Services and Procurement, the Honourable Judy M. Foote, announced the signing of two new contracts valued at more than USD 65.4 million with Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards. The contracts are for the construction of the Canadian Coast Guard’s Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessel (OOSV) and the Royal Canadian Navy’s Joint Support Ships (JSS). “Today is… Continue Reading »

0

PHOTO: Milestone for Vroon Newbuilds

March 17, 2016

Vroon’s DP2 subsea-support walk-to-work (W2W) vessel VOS Start was launched last week at Fujian Southeast Shipbuilding in China. Aditional milestone took place at the shipyard earlier this week, with the keel laying of sister vessel, VOS Stone. Both are constructed to a new design and commissioned by Vroon to meet the demand for offshore accommodation and transfer… Continue Reading »

0

Contract Hat-Trick for BOA Offshore

March 13, 2016

Norwegian offshore services player, BOA Offshore, has, through its subsidiary BOA OCV AS, secured two additional contracts in West Africa , following the completion of a subsea installation campaign, by the construction vessel BOA Sub C. The two contracts are for a combined period of up to 130 days including options. The Boa Sub C, with a length 138.5… Continue Reading »

0

Bourbon Books $84 Mln Loss in 2015

March 13, 2016

Bourbon has ended the year 2015 in red as the lower utilization rate and an negative unrealized foreign exchange drove the company into a loss. French vessel owner and offshore services provider has taken a €76.6 million ($84 million) net loss (group share) in 2015, compared to €73.7 million net profit in 2014. The company… Continue Reading »

0

Boskalis Braces for Weaker Year

March 11, 2016

Boskalis has seen a profit drop of 10 per cent in the 2015 and said it expects a ‘substantially lower’ 2016 full-year result, compared to last year’s satisfactory bottom line, despite tough market conditions. The Dutch dredging and marine specialist generated net income of €440 million on revenue of €3.24 billion, versus net income of… Continue Reading »

0

SeeByte and ASV Join Forces

March 9, 2016

SeeByte and ASV have entered into a commercial partnership where the two companies will collaborate to bring new capabilities and solutions to the field of maritime autonomy. This agreement sees SeeByte and ASV build upon previous collaborative work to develop the next generation of adaptive autonomy by working together across the fleet of ASV platforms… Continue Reading »

0

CGG Sees 2015 Loss Widen and Revenues Drop by $1 Bln

March 6, 2016

French seismic contractor, CGG, has widened its loss in 2015, despite improved quarterly results, on high impairment and non-recurring charges, and as the market slump drove the revenues down by some 32 per cent. In the fourth quarter 2015, CGG generated revenues of $589 million, down 35 per cent compared to Q4 2014 ($906 million) and up… Continue Reading »

0

Island Offshore Loses NOK 365 Mln in 2015

March 4, 2016

Island Offshore, a subsidiary of Edison Chouest Offshore and Ulstein, reported revenue of NOK 508 mill in Q4 2015, down from NOK 711 million in Q3 2015, and also lower than the same quarter last year. Fleet utilization in Q4 was 68% including vessels in lay-up. Revenue from the PSV fleet increased in Q4 compared to previous quarters… Continue Reading »

0

Olympic Scores Deals for Four Vessels

March 2, 2016

Olympic Ship has secured contracts with undisclosed international contractors for its vessels Olympic Zeus and Olympic Hera, the company informed on Monday. The vessel M/V Olympic Zeus has been chartered for a period of up 9 weeks, including options. The vessel will be carrying out project work in West Africa. The Olympic Hera will carry… Continue Reading »

Login to your account

Can't remember your Password ?

Register for this site!