‘Nordic Prince’ starts Noble Energy charter
Nordic Maritime, an offshore service operator, has announced its MKIII subsea service vessel Mokul Nordic has been renamed Nordic Prince and has started a long term charter for Noble Energy after arriving in Haifa, Israel.
Nordic Maritime was awarded a five-year charter for the DP2 IMR Subsea vessel, from Noble Energy, the international oil services group, in October.
“We are glad to announce that our vessel, Nordic Prince had arrived at Haifa Port and on-hire for the highly reputable international oil company, Noble Energy. This marks a good start to what we believe will be a strong collaboration between Nordic Maritime and Noble Energy. Nordic Prince is now installed with a WROV and all ready for the new project,” said Kjell Gauksheim, Executive Director of Nordic Maritime.
Nordic Prince is a DP2 VS470 MKIII subsea service vessel capable of ROV / IMR operations.
It is specially customised and equipped to perform IMR/ROV work. The vessel has a 100-tonne active heave compensated offshore knuckle-boom crane and built-in swell compensation systems to 2,000m of water depth.
Compliant with SPS 2008 Code & Clean and Comfort class notation, Nordic Prince can accommodate 60 people, offers full cargo deck capacity, and logistical support to extend full usage flexibility.