Maersk Supply Service’s Subsea Vessel Begins DeepOcean Work
- Operations & Maintenance
Maersk Supply Service’s subsea construction vessel Maersk Forza has started a two-year firm contract with DeepOcean in West Africa and the North Sea.
The vessel started the contract for general subsea support services on April 01, 2019, the company informed through social media.
This is the third contract that Maersk Forza has secured with DeepOcean over the last year, supporting subsea operations in both Europe and Africa.
“We are excited to embark on yet another long-term cooperation with DeepOcean and continue our long-standing partnership over the next several years,” Maersk Supply Service wrote.
Maersk Forza is a subsea construction vessel built in 2008, with the accommodation capacity of a total of 120 people.
Maersk Forza is capable to conduct inspection, maintenance, installation and decommissioning projects in both the North Sea and West Africa.