Aibel shipyard fully engaged in vessel overhauls

The Edda Fonn, Deep Investigator, Norman Oceanic, REM Poseidon (inside the drydock), Deep Wave, and Edda Fides. (Image courtesy Birger Hovland/Aibel)
The Edda Fonn, Deep Investigator, Norman Oceanic, REM Poseidon (inside the drydock), Deep Wave, and Edda Fides. (Image courtesy Birger Hovland/Aibel)

Offshore staff

HAUGESUND, Norway – Six offshore vessels have docked this week at Aibel Haugesund on Norway’s west coast.

DeepOcean’s Deep Wave and Deep Investigator are undergoing upgrading/classification and demobilization, plus relatively low-level upgrades.

Others to arrive are the Edda Fides and Edda Fonn, owned by Østensjø, and Solstad’s Normand Oceanic, Edda Fonn, and Normand Oceanic will undergo crane upgrades while at the quayside.

Finally, Solstad’s Rem Poseidon has arrived for various services, including a traditional hull surface treatment in the drydock.
With this compliment of six ships, the yard stay capacity is fully employed. Aibel adds that over the last few years it has experienced increased demand for ship maintenance services.

01/26/2017

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