January 2018
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In October, Swire Seabed signed an agreement with Siem Offshore to bareboat charter its subsea vessel Siem Stingray for a period of three years; the vessel will be renamed Seabed Stingray. With an overall length of 120 metres, the vessel is equipped with a 250-tonne offshore crane, a free deck space of 1,350 square metres and two heavy-duty, work-class ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles). Seabed Stingray will be mainly engaged in construction support, IMR (inspection, maintenance and repair), and renewable energy sector operations, with a special focus on North European and West African markets. Swire Seabed's owned subsea vessels, Seabed Worker, Seabed Supporter and Seabed Constructor, are all currently contracted for work in survey and construction projects on a long-term basis.

Photo courtesy: Harald M. Valderhaug
Photo courtesy: Harald M. Valderhaug

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