Norwegian OSV owner Siem Offshore has agreed to sell Siem Marlin to Marine Platforms Ltd
The 2009-built multipurpose field and ROV support vessel (MRSV) will be delivered to the new owner this week, according to an investor announcement from Siem Offshore.
No value for the sale was disclosed, but the vessel has a market value of US$25.5M, according to data from VesselsValue.
Built to a MT 6017 Mk II design, Siem Marlin measures 93.6 m in length by 19.7 m in breadth with a draft of 6.3 m and a dwt of 4,214. It is designed to carry out subsea ROV and crane operations such as light construction and installation work, light maintenance work and inspection, and to this end it is fitted with a 6.0 x 5.28-m moonpool, a port-mounted removable cargo rail and removable stern section, and a 100-tonne capacity offshore/subsea knuckle-boom crane with a depth capacity of 2,000 m.
The vessel is also equipped with azimuthing thrusters and a Kongsberg K-Pos DP-21 dynamic positioning system with a class of DP2.
Accommodation is provided for 68 people, and the vessel is fitted with a 20.9-m diameter helipad suitable for Sikorsky S-92 helicopters.