Drydocks World has delivered the Anchor Handling Offshore Support Vessel Crest Olympus from its shipbuilding yard in Nanindah, Indonesia. The vessel is being built for Singapore-based Pacific Crest at a contract value of $20.4 million.
Khamis Juma Buamim, Chairman of Drydocks World, said: “We have become a leading facility building sophisticated offshore support vessels with multi-task capabilities. They have played a significant role in inspecting, maintaining and repairing sub-sea installations and have formed a pre-requisite for locating and constructing offshore units. Our specialized capabilities in building these complex vessels have been widely acknowledged and we have had repeated our prowess several times. We see a heightened demand for our services in the immediate future.”
Crest Olympus has an overall length of 76 m, a beam of 18.5 m and a draft of 6.8 m. The 150TBP vessel has DP2 capability and is of fire fighting class 1. The vessel is equipped with deck machinery from Rolls Royce Marine, main engine 9M32 from CAT, Kawasaki side thruster and Berg propulsion. It is designed by Wartsila Ship Design and classified by ABS.
The owners are part of Pacific Radiance Group, which is a Singapore based Company providing Integrated marine solutions for oil & gas, mining, subsea engineering contracts and related services support industries.