Esvagt Bergen

‘Esvagt Bergen’ is a multi-role standby vessel for North Sea oil rigs in cases of emergency as well as supply and anti-pollution work.

Design

SX123

Built by

Factoria Naval de Marin, Spain

Year

2011

Owned by

Esvagt AS

Designed by

Ulstein Design & Solutions AS

Ordered by

Esvagt AS

IMO Number

9431563

Principal dimensions

Length:
80 m
Beam:
17 m
Dead weight:
2070 tonnes
Draught (max):
6 m
Speed (max):
18.5 kn
Accommodation:
32 POB
Deck area:
300 sqm

Note: Subject to selected variant configuration

Capacities

Fuel oil:
1390 cbm
Water ballast:
1380 cbm
Mud:
410 cbm
Brine:
410 cbm
Recovered oil:
1125 cbm

Classifications

  • DNV 1A1, Tug, Standby Vessel, SF, E0, TMON, BIS, Fire Fighter I, OILREC, DYNPOS-AUTR, CLEAN DESIGN, COMF-V(3), NAUT-OSV(A), HL(+)

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Ship history

In the summer of 2007, the Factoria Naval Marin (FNM) shipyard signed a contract for the construction of two 80-metre long X-BOW® ships, Esvagt Stavanger and Esvagt Bergen. These two units were to perform the job of the three other ships. Both vessels are operating for Statoil.

Skipshistorie

Sommaren 2007 skreiv det spanske verftet Factoria Naval Marin (FNM) kontrakt på bygginga av to 80-meter lange X-BOW-skip, Esvagt Stavanger og Esvagt Bergen. Desse to skipa skulle utføre jobben som tre andre skip kunne gjere. Begge skipa arbeider for Statoil.

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