Monday, August 25, 2008

NOORDHOEK SINGAPORE

Noordhoek SingaporeThe Noordhoek Singapore (IMO: 7606308, Port of Registry: Zierikzee, The Netherlands) is a multipurpose DPII diving support vessel complete with an air, mixed gas dive station and TUP Diving System®. The Singapore was built in 1977 by Shipyard De Waal, Zaltbommel, The Netherlands and upgraded in may 2001 to her current state. The vessel is 65 metres long, 14 metres wide and is propelled by two Bolnes engines which deliver a total of 4200 BHP. The ship is fitted with one F.P. tunnel bowthruster of 260 kW, one retractable azimuth bowthruster of 735 kW and one F.P. tunnel sternthruster of 260 kW. Furthermore, the ship is fitted with a 25 tonne telescopic Kenz crane and provides accomodation to a crew of 14 and 22 passengers. The dive station is located on starboard and is fitted with three hydraulically operated A-frames, two are fitted for man riding and the third is for tool basket or ROV handling.

The Noordhoek Singapore arrived this morning at the Waalhaven, Rotterdam.

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