Havyard delivers PSV to Garware Offshore subsidiary

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havyardgarwmicroNorway’s Havyard Group this week delivered a Havyard 832 L SE platform supply vessel was delivered in Bergen to Global Offshore Services B.V., a 100 percent owned subsidiary of Mumbai, India, headquartered Garware Offshore Services Ltd.

Built at the Havyard Leirvik AS shipyard, the vessel was named Beaucephalus by Shefali Bajaj, the daughter of the owner’s main shareholder Mr. Ashok Garware.

Designed by Havyard Design AS in Fosnavåg, Norway, the Havyard 832 L SE is a “large medium size” PSV, offering larger capacities compared to existing designs in the medium segment and has energy-optimised diesel electric propulsion and satisfies the environmental demands of the “Clean Design” notation.

The Havyard 832 L SE is based on the successful Havyard 832 CD design but has an extended length and a larger ship interior. As a result, it provides a higher deadweight capacity, accommodations for more people and more flexibility in regards to the types of tasks it can handle. In addition to usual platform supply jobs this vessel is also designed to perform smaller types of construction work and general maintenance and repair on subsea oil installations. The ship is prepared for installation of offshore cranes as well as ROV- handling. The Havyard 832 L SE is also prepared for moonpool installation.

Beaucephalus is the fifth ship delivered by Havyard Leirvik to Garware Offshore Services Ltd. in four years.


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