LNG-powered vessel to support Martin Linge

Offshore staff

HELSINKI, Finland – Wärtsilä will provide ship design services and a power and propulsion system for a new LNG-powered platform supply vessel (PSV).

The vessel, which will serve Total’s Martin Linge field development in the North Sea, will be built by Norwegian yard Hellesøy Verft, and will be owned and operated by Siem Offshore.

The Wärtsilä VS4411 LNG PSV design incorporates power and propulsion, electrical and automation systems, including a complete four-split low loss concept solution. The vessel will also be equipped with the Wärtsilä LNGPac LNG storage and handling system.

Siem Offshore - VS 4411 LNG PSV

Length overall     89.2 m (292 ft)
Breadth moulded     19 m (62 ft)
Depth to first deck     9 m (29 ft)
Accomodation     25

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