BOA Offshore, which is listed on Oslo, has won a new contract for its undersea construction vessel BOA SubC in the North Sea.
BOA Offshore did not reveal exactly who the client was, except for contracts with large international contractors for construction and decommissioning projects. Financial details have not been disclosed.
Contracts for offshore construction vessels built in 2007 are expected to begin in May 2022. The contract is 150 days with options and, if exercised, will keep the vessel in service until the second quarter of 2023.
The BOA Sub C is an offshore construction vessel with a deck space of 2,004 m2 and 153 floors of accommodation. All cabins have a toilet and shower. The ship has a recreation area with a cinema, video, smoker lounge, gym and sauna. Air conditioning installed throughout the ship.
According to the ship’s spec sheet, BOA Sub C has two WROV hangars, 1sb. Side and 1 port side. Both WROVs are Oceaneering Millennium Plus designs at a depth of 3,000 m (9,843 ft). There is a WROV workshop integrated into the superstructure. Both WROVs are equipped with a guided launch system for operation in extreme conditions. Typically Hs 4,5 m, and 600 m (1,969 ft) tethers.
According to MarineTraffic.com, the vessel is currently located in the Bay of Biscay near Saint-Nazaire, France.
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