Gulmar Condor to work for Subsea7 offshore Nigeria

Offshore staff

SHARJAH, UAE – The Gulmar Condor now is on hire to Subsea7 for construction work offshore Nigeria on the MPN Satellite Project. Work begins in early April and the contract is for 50 days, plus options.

The DP-2 construction vessel has a 120-ton active heave compensated deepwater crane, 1,100 sq m (11,840 sq ft) of deck, and can accommodate 128 personnel.

The vessel moves from a three-month pipe-lay and air diving project for Perenco in Gabon.


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