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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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