UDS Lichtenstein Vessel Makes Pit Stop in Singapore Prior to GoM Trip

Ultra Deep Solutions (UDS) diving support and construction vessel (DSCV) ‘Lichtenstein’ has arrived in Singapore to load equipment onboard, prior to its departure to Gulf of Mexico.

The vessel will load onboard two WROV’s and head over to the Gulf of Mexico region to begin a long term contract, the company informed through social media.

According to the previous reports, the vessel will work on a 3-year charter contract with an undisclosed client, with an option of multiple 1-year extensions.

The 120 meters long Lichtenstein is equipped with JFD Lexmar built 18 man twin bell saturation system for depth down to 300 meter.

The vessel has its own moonpool, an air diving system, and is fitted with one work class and one observation remotely operated vehicle with LARS.

The vessels was built to a new Marin Teknikk MT6024 DSCV design with diesel electric frequency controlled propulsion, azimuth thrusters, dynamic positioning system and 140t offshore cranes.

The platform deck of 1,300 m2 space is suitable for wellhead servicing, inspection and construction diving and ROV support.

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