Singapore’s PACC Offshore Services Holdings (POSH) reported that POSH Dauntless is headed to Taiwan to support light construction work for an offshore windfarm
Prior to mobilisation, the anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessel underwent modifications and retrofits, according to a social media post by POSH. Among the modifications was the installation of a Liebherr offshore marine crane with a 50-tonne lifting capacity. The modifications were completed despite the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Remember when POSH Dauntless began its retrofit of a 50-tonne offshore crane? It was the initial stages of Covid-19 and there were waves of uncertainty in the air. Fast forward 3 months, we are proud to have completed its modifications and retrofits safely and efficiently.”
Built in 2013 by PRM Offshore Heavy Industries, POSH Dauntless has an overall length of 81 m, beam of 16.8 m, moulded depth of 7.5 m and draught of 6.25 m, accommodation for 66, with a deck cargo area of 650 m2 and deck cargo capacity of 1,200 tonnes. Dynamic positioning class 2 capable, POSH Dauntless has a maximum speed of 12 knots and bollard pull of 90 tonnes.
Highly versatile, POSH Dauntless is capable of firefighting and rescue, with a FiFi 2 notation from class society ABS, and oil spill recovery operations.
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