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CSV Bourbon Oceanteam 101

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CSV Bourbon Oceanteam 101

Upon delivery in December 2007, this DP2 Construction Support / Flexible Product Installation vessel began a three-year contract, operating as a field support vessel with BP Angola for the company’s Greater Plutonium Field development (in Block 18). The first of a standardised North Ocean series, this vessel is jointly owned by Oceanteam and Bourbon Offshore. The ship is 125 meters at length. Its excellent seafaring capabilities, large cranes, moon pool, considerable free deck area and extensive accommodation enable CSV Bourbon Ocean to be utilised for field support, construction, installation and IRM support.

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Further contract extensions for CSV Southern Ocean

May 02 2018 The contract for CSV Southern Ocean entered into in February 2018 has been further extended with one month firm. The client is granted additional extension options after expiry of the firm period. The Construction Support Vessel will continue to be assigned to multiple smaller projects within the APAC region.

Diavaz-Oceanteam terminates bareboat charter contract

Feb 15 2018 On 15 February 2018, in light of the current state of the market, DOT Shipping (a joint venture between Diavaz and Oceanteam) and Pacific Radiance Ltd have mutually agreed to terminate agreements, which were entered into on 9 October 2014, for purchase and bareboat chartering of the vessel Tampamachoco 1 (T1) without further liability to Diavaz-Oceanteam. 

CSV Southern Ocean firms up new work

Feb 09 2018 CSV Southern Ocean secures a new contract and will start operations by mid of February 2018 for a firm period of 30 days and options to extend with 60 days. The Construction Support Vessel has been assigned to multiple smaller projects within the APAC region.
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