Photo: ‘VOS Glamour’ leaves China
Vroon, an international provider of offshore support vessels to the oil and gas industry, has said its latest emergency response and rescue vessel/field-support vessel is now en route to UK, after having been constructed in China.
The vessel VOS Glamour yesterday left Fujian South East Shipyard (FSES) in Fuzhou, China. The vessel will operate in the North Sea and will be managed by Vroon Offshore Services Aberdeen.
VOS Glamour is a 60-m ERRV-FSV (emergency response and rescue vessel/field-support vessel) and the first in a series of four such FSVs being built at the shipyard for Vroon. The vessels featurs a wave-piercing bow shape and a 300 square meters cargo deck. The remaining three vessels will be delivered to the company over the next few months.
In a ceremony held in November 2014 at the Shipyard, VOS Glamour was christened by Renza Stanga, aunt of Vroon’s Managing Director, Coco Vroon.