Resolve Pioneer set for 5 more years of service in Western Alaska

Written by Marine Log Staff
Resolve Marine response vessel Resolve Pioneer in dry dock

Resolve Marine response vessel Resolve Pioneer in dry dock

Fort Lauderdale, Fla., based Resolve Marine reports that its 207-foot response vessel Resolve Pioneer has completed its ABS special survey and received its U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) certificate of inspection following a drydocking at the Vigor Industrial shipyard in Portland, Oregon.

The drydocking involved various technical upgrades, hull steel renewal, painting, overhaul and cleaning of the vessel.

The vessel is based in Western Alaska and provides critical emergency response and oil spill readiness 24/7. The Resolve Pioneer also helps to ensure that commercial vessels transiting U.S. waters are compliant with USCG OPA 90 regulations, including Salvage and Marine Firefighting and Alaska Alternative Planning Criteria.

“For nearly 40 years, Resolve Marine has reinvested profits back into our response capabilities,” said Joseph Farrell III, deputy CEO of Resolve Marine. “We continue to be the best-equipped emergency response company, both in Alaska and globally..”

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