Swire Pacific’s AHTS Vessel Gets Makeover at Zamakona Yards
For the past weeks, among the relevant jobs performed at Zamakona Yards in Canary Islands, there was the docking of the Pacific Wyvern.
Pacific Wyvern is 68.9 m long AHTS Vessel that operates on the western coast of Africa. The vessel belongs to Singapore-based company Swire Pacific, that it is one of the leading marine service providers to the oil and gas industry. It operates more than 75 offshore support vessels which include a mix of anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels, platform supply vessels (PSV), ice breaking supply vessels (IBSV), anchor handling tugs (AHT), and seismic survey vessels, and windfarm installation vessels.
SPO and its subsidiaries are fully equipped to support a wide range of offshore activities, including drilling, production, exploration, pipe-lay, subsea construction seismic, salvage and environmental response requirements, as well as windfarm installation and support.
The works performed included cleaning, painting, grit blasting of the hull, cathodic protection, reconditioning and repairing the propeller, electrical works, thruster works, main engines general overhaul, rudder works, deck machinery repairs and rescue boat and crane 5 years inspection. Some minor jobs including valves, piping, chain cable, anchors …. were also included.
Zamakona Yards, October 17, 2013