Noble subsea vessel reaches Israel

Offshore staff

SINGAPORE – Nordic Maritime’s renamed DP-2 subsea service vessel Nordic Prince (ex-Mokul Nordic) has started a five-year charter for Noble Energy after arriving in Haifa, Israel.

The vessel was recently equipped with a work ROV for inspection, maintenance, and repair duties.

It also features a 100-metric ton (110-ton) active heave-compensated offshore knuckle-boom crane and built-in swell compensation systems rated to 2,000 m (6,562 ft) water depth.

Nordic Prince, which complies with the SPS 2008 Code & Clean and Comfort class notation, can accommodate 60 personnel.


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