Full understanding of how we can add value to our customer’s operation is important to us and that’s why we surf higher to provide our clients with state -of -the- art vessels build for deep and shallow water and oil field operations. Our target as ship brokers is to reduce vessel lay off without adequate utilization. We can arrange for these set of vessels on demand to meet your operational needs.
DIVING SUPPORT VESSELS (DSVs)
The main objective of this vessel is to provide equipment used for underwater work such as maintenance and inspection of mobile platforms, pipe lines and their connections, well-heads, etc. The DSV is fitted with a moon-pool- a hole in the middle of the vessel open to sea- through which divers, remotely-operated vehicles and other equipment is passed to and from the worksite. The DSV shall maintain an almost exact position over the worksite during diving operation. In order to provide these functions, we provide you with DP3 class positioning system DSV.
Dynamically-positioned Class 3 vessels with large unobstructed deck areas, substantial surface and subsea heavy lift crane capability, able to support surface and subsea construction and installation projects, as well as inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) programmes. These types of Vessels are designed to provide tailored solutions and facilitate larger projects that often require such vessels to remain on location for long periods of time.
PLATFORM SUPPLY VESSELS (PSV)
The PSV is designed for supplying offshore drilling rigs and production platforms with necessary equipment, stores and drilling consumables. They are typically cement, barite and bentonite transported as dry powders: drill water; oil or water-based liquid mud, methanol and chemicals for specialized operations. This PSV schedule is to load at shore base. Liquid cargo is carried in double bottom tanks, dry bulk cargoes in special pneumatic pressure tanks, equipment and drill pipes on the aft open deck. At the rig or platform, the liquid and powder cargoes are pumped up or transferred pneumatically while deck cargo is handled by rig or platform crane.
ANCHOR HANDLING VESSELS (AHTS)
The AHTS combines many functions in a single hull. Based on our client needs, we source and provide sophisticated deep sea AHTS to handle the anchors and mooring chains for drilling rigs, towing of rigs and platforms together with subsequent positioning on site, and platform supply duties. The required bollard pull has a powerful influence on the design, since this defines the power need and the propeller size. Hull shape and aft depth to give the necessary propeller immersion. Our ship broker provides our clients with AHTS with hull beam shape which give good stability, particularly during heavy moorings and anchors are suspended from stern.
Anchor handling requires high power, winch capacity, deck space aft, storage bins for rig chains and auxiliary handling equipment. A stern roller is used to ease the passage of wires and anchors over the stern of the vessel during deploying or weighing of the anchor.
TERMINAL & HARBOUR TUGS
The steady growth in LNG terminals around the world is boasting demand for tug boats specifically designed to handle gas carriers in often challenging ports especially those with long approach channels. This class of vessel manoeuvres by pushing or towing vessels that either should not move by themselves, such as ships in a crowded harbour or narrow canal, or barges, disabled ships, log rafts, or oil platform. These class tugboats are powerful for their size and strongly built. Some are ocean-going to provide assistance and respond to offshore oil and gas terminals, and assistance to FPSOs.
HEAVY LIFT VESSELS
These are highly advanced heavy-lift vessels for offshore oil and gas field. Installation and decommissioning projects and can supply a state of art equipment as well integrated vessel management system. Its design allows the vessel to perform mission support functions and move very large loads that cannot be handled by normal ships. She uses at least one or two heavy-lift cranes for handling heavy cargo and sufficient ballast to assure stability and sea-keeping properties.
PIPE LAYING VESSELS
This pipe laying vessel is offshore based and it is one of the most highly sort after vessel because of its functions in the offshore industry used in the contraction of subsea infrastructure. It connects oil production platforms with refineries onshore. These vessels are capable of laying pipes on the ocean floor in addition to their primary job. Since offshore pipeline is one of the most important sectors of the offshore industry, they are designed to with modern technology and various advanced techniques to install pipelines.
As the name implies, survey vessel is designed to conduct hydrographical research and survey to meet demands in the deepwater, coastal and renewable markets. Survey vessels fulfil an important task of carrying out research at sea. It designs help in the detailed analyses and study of the ocean arena for various purpose. Its main functions are to map the bottom, benthic zone, full water column, and surface for: Hydrography, general oceanography, marine habitats, salvage, dredging and marine technology. It is designed in a manner to face the toughest environmental conditions at sea.
FAST CHASE FULLY BALLISTIC VESSEL
In order to counter security threats in the oil and gas sector, this class of vessel is covered with ballistic protection solutions for naval systems, independently certified effective against wide range of current threats from small arm, Handguns, Rifles etc. We understand the challenge of integrating ballistic protection into all parts of naval vessels, matching the complex contours of the vessel’s shape to effectively utilize all the available space. In order to combat security threats, the ballistic protection is integrated during vessel construction or added later.