Drydocks World Begins Construction of CSS Vessel

30 November 2010 (Last Updated November 30th, 2010 18:30)

Dubai-based shipbuilder Drydocks World has begun construction work on a $110m compact semi-submersible (CSS) vessel at the Nanindah shipyard in Batam, Indonesia. The 8,200dwt vessel is being built for integrated energy services provider Hallin Marine Subsea International. The 84

Dubai-based shipbuilder Drydocks World has begun construction work on a $110m compact semi-submersible (CSS) vessel at the Nanindah shipyard in Batam, Indonesia.

The 8,200dwt vessel is being built for integrated energy services provider Hallin Marine Subsea International.

The 84m CSS has been designed by STX Canada Marine and is equipped with four fixed-pitch Azimuth thruster units and full DP-3 capacity.

The vessel has an active offshore crane, a deepwater lowering system, a 5t provision crane and two deepwater remotely operated vehicles.