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该船船身标有“Hull No BY-089”,是PSV控股公司订购的四艘船中的第一艘。
船只灵活多样，可用作石油钻井的支持平台平台和海上平台。 船舶协议文件由代表科钦船厂的船长R.S. Sundar和代表PSV控股的 John Arne Johnsen签署。
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Indian state-owned shipbuilder Cochin Shipyard (CSL) has delivered a high specification platform supply vessel (PSV), the ‘Sea Tantalus’, to Liberia-based company PSV Holdings.
The vessel bears the Hull No BY-089 and is the first of a series of four vessels ordered by PSV Holdings.
The vessel is the first ship built by CSL to be fitted with a ballast water treatment plant. This system prevents and ultimately eliminate risks to the environment arising from the transfer of harmful foreign aquatic organisms and pathogens.
The ‘Sea Tantalus’ has been assigned the ‘Clean Design’ notation by Det Norske Veritas (DNV), signifying high levels of environmental compliance. Designed by Vard Group of Norway, the vessel is classed under the Rules and Regulations of DNV.
Measuring 82.2 metres in length, with a beam of 17 metres and a depth of 7.6 metres, the vessel is a high-end diesel electric PSV equipped with four 1,200kW diesel gensets and two 1,600kW input power azimuth thrusters, CSL said in a statement.
The vessel features on-board accommodation for 28 persons and meets the requirements of COMF class, signifying high comfort levels and low levels of noise and vibration. The vessel also has fire fighting capability to meet the FIRE FIGHTER-1 Notation.
Also featuring oil recovery notation, the vessel can act as an oil recovery vessel in event of an oil spill. LFL notation, meanwhile, allows the vessel to carry low flashpoint liquids like methanol within specially inserted stainless steel tanks.
Flexible and versatile, the vessels are set to be used as supporting platforms to oil rigs and offshore platforms. The protocol documents of the ship were signed by Captain R.S. Sundar on behalf of Cochin Shipyard and John Arne Johnsen on behalf of PSV Holdings.
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