Harkand expands fleet with offshore construction vessel dedicated to Gulf of Mexico

Offshore staff

HOUSTONHarkand has entered a charter agreement with Hornbeck Offshore for the offshore construction vessel HOS Mystique for a firm period of two years plus options. Harkand provides inspection, repair, and maintenance (IRM), survey, and light construction services for the oil and gas industry.

The 250-ft (76-m) DP2 vessel has a 70-metric ton (77-ton) AHC crane and will be outfitted with a Harkand Triton XLS ROV to support IRM and survey work in water depths up to 9,843 ft (3,000 m) in the Gulf of Mexico.

The HOS Mystique will join the Harkand fleet in April, followed closely by the Siem Spearfish with a 250-metric ton (276-ton) crane in May.


Harkand has a charter agreement with Hornbeck Offshore for the HOS Mystique.

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