Drydocks World – Southeast Asia, the South East Asian subsidiary of Drydocks World, has delivered five ships to shipyards in India, Australia and Malaysia.

The Armada Tuah 104 was dispatched from the Pertama yard, while the Ark Dartmoor, Mermaid Vision, Greatship Ahalya and Endeavor vessels have been dispatched from the Nanindah yard, Indonesia.

The Armada Tuah 104, Ark Dartmoor, Mermaid Vision and Greatship Ahalya are all anchor handling tug/supply ships that conform to American Bureau of Shipping’s prerequisites, the company said.

The 80t bollard pull Greatship Ahalya was delivered to India’s Greatship, which is the third in a series of four ships ordered at the Nanindah yard.

The 90t bollard pull Ark Dartmoor, which is owned by Singapore Retail, and the 105t bollard pull Mermaid Vision – delivered to Mermaid Marine Australia – are 67.8m long and have 1,650dwt with external fire-fighting capabilities.

The 150t bollard pull Armada Tuah 104 has been delivered to Bumi Armada Berhad of Malaysia. The AHTS is one of nine vessels ordered by the Malaysian company.

The 30,000dwt, 170m long Endeavor is a completely pneumatic self-discharge cement carrier that is owned by Endeavor SNC, a subsidiary of France’s Setaf Saget.