Aker Wayfarer to provide subsea construction services offshore Brazil

Offshore staff

OSLO, Norway – Aker Oilfield Services has contracted to provide subsea construction services offshore Brazil to an unnamed customer.

The Aker Wayfarer will be used for 230 days starting in mid-2013.

The vessel is 157 m (515 ft) long and capable of operating in water depths up to 3,000 m (9,840 ft). She comes with two heave compensated cranes of 400 ton and 100 ton (dual fall) capacity, and two integrated heavy duty Work-class ROV's and survey spread.

The vessel has been at work offshore Brazil over the past year.


Aker Wayfarer subsea construction vessel

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