GSP Expands Offshore Fleet
The Platform Supply Vessels are equipped with a DPS-2 positioning system and are built under ABS supervision, having class notation fire-fighting class 1 (ABS +A1 (E) Offshore Support Vessel, UWILD, Fi Fi Class 1 + AMS + DPS-2). Measuring 87.02 meters in length and 18.80 meters wide, the 5,000 dwt vessels have a deck area of 1000 m2 and accommodations for 52 persons. The vessels are equipped for carriage of dry bulk products, general supplies and liquid mud, general cargo on the open deck as well as special products.
The three new vessels names are GSP Altair, GSP Centaurus and GSP Pegasus. The GSP Pegasus is equipped with a DNV class knuckle boom electro hydraulic crane manufactured by TTS, GPCFO 3200 – 20035, rated 100 tons, perfectly suitable for subsea services. The crane is active heave compensated (AHC) and is designed to operate in extreme weather conditions, at ambient temperatures ranging between -20 and + 45°C. The new large PSVs were built at Fujian Mawei Shipbuilding, in south eastern China.
The fleet extension with three new platform supply vessels follows GSP development strategy. The company’s Offshore fleet will rise to 13 vessels of different types (AHTS, MEDEVAC, OSR, PSV, Safety Service and Crew Vessels) apart from the seven MODUs and the offshore construction vessels fleet.
GSP will continue to expand the fleet and thus strengthen its leading position in the region as leading offshore marine services company by providing quality, cost effective service.
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