Deep Sea Supply vessels head for Thailand, Brazil

Offshore staff

LIMASSOL, Cyprus – Deep Sea Supply has won a three-year contract for the anchor handling tug supply vessel Sea Badger to work offshore Thailand.

Two more of the company’s AHTS fleet, the Sea Tiger and Sea Bear, will shortly mobilize to Brazil to start 120-day contracts in March for an unnamed international oil company, with options for a further 60 days.

Total value net of local taxes for the firm period is $19.3 million.

1/25/2013

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