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Boskalis将船队新成员改装为电缆铺设型船舶

作者:   发布时间:2023年08月27日    浏览量:386   字体大小:  A+   A- 

Boskalis将船队新成员改装为电缆铺设型船舶
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来源:Offshore Energy 2023-08-25
翻译:国际海事信息网 顾晋瑄 张运鸿


        荷兰近海服务巨头Boskalis公司新增一艘新船以扩充船队。目前,该公司正准备将这艘新船从铺管船改装成电缆铺设船,从而进一步丰富其海底作业服务范围。


        Boskalis公司于2023年8月25日(星期五)接收了一艘新船“BOKA Ocean”号。这艘原名“Apache II”号的铺管船当前在鹿特丹进行改装为电缆铺设船的准备工作。


        该船总长136.6米,船宽27米,并设有可容纳 118 人的71 个舱室。这艘2009年建造的“BOKA Ocean”号属于Boskalis公司过去两年里收购的两艘“BOKA Northern Ocean”号和“BOKA Southern Ocean”号的姊妹船。


        Boskalis公司解释说:“这三艘姊妹船的一个独特之处在于,它们的功能都不同于最初的铺管船。‘BOKA Northern Ocean’号和‘BOKA Southern Ocean’号已改装成高端施工支持船,当下正在开展各方面的近海作业活动。同时,‘BOKA Ocean’改装成专业电缆铺设船的工作也在进行中。”


        这家荷兰巨头Boskalis公司今年参与了诸多项目。最近,该公司完成了从一个停泊在也门红海沿岸破旧的海上浮式储油装置(FSO)中清除100多万桶石油的工作。


        而在此之前,Boskalis公司最大的半潜式重型运输船完成了首个退役项目,将一个浮式生产装置(FPU)运至了相应的船舶回收处。


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New addition to Boskalis fleet undergoing conversion to cable-laying vessel


Dutch offshore services giant Boskalis has expanded its fleet with a new vessel, which is currently getting ready to be converted from a pipe-laying vessel to a cable-laying one to further enrich its subsea operations offering.


Boskalis welcomed a new vessel, BOKA Ocean, to its fleet on Friday, 25 August 2023. This pipe-laying vessel, formerly named Apache II, is currently being prepared in Rotterdam for modification to a cable-laying vessel.


With an overall length of 136.6 m and breadth of 27 m, the vessel can accommodate 118 people in 71 cabins. The 2009-built BOKA Ocean is a sister vessel of the BOKA Northern Ocean and BOKA Southern Ocean, which Boskalis acquired in the past two years.


“A unique fact about the three sister vessels is that they all have a different function than initially as a pipe-laying vessel. The BOKA Northern Ocean and BOKA Southern Ocean have been modified into high-end construction support vessels that are carrying out a wide range of offshore activities. The BOKA Ocean is being converted into a specialist cable-laying vessel,” explained Boskalis.


The Dutch giant has worked on several projects this year. Most recently, the company wrapped up the removal of over one million barrels of oil from a decaying floating storage offshore (FSO) unit moored off the Red Sea coast of Yemen.


Prior to this, Boskalis’ largest semi-submersible heavy transport vessel completed its first decommissioning project,which enabled it to take a floating production unit (FPU) to a ship recycling facility.

来源:simic