Far Symphony (Symphony Tide)
New name: Symphony Tide. Platform supply vessel of the ULSTEIN P105 design with large tank capacities, a deck load capacity of 2,840 tonnes and a deadweight of close to 5,000 tonnes.
The first vessel of the ULSTEIN P105 design. Named "Far Symphony" at Skansekaia in Ålesund on 6 December 2003. Lady sponsor Mrs Margaret Farstad. One week later, the vessel left for Mongstad and entered into service of the Hydro installations in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.
2017: Received a one-year contract with Fairfield Betula on British area starting April 2017.
From June 2017, Deep Sea Supply, Solstad Shipping and Farstad Shipping became one joint shipowning company, from 1 October 2018 the joint company is named Solstad Offshore.
Nov 2021: The PSV Far Symphony has been awarded a term contract by Ithaca Energy. The vessel will be supporting Ithaca's UK North Sea operations for a period of one year firm, with further options up to one year.
2023: Far Symphony has been sold to Tidewater and change name to Symphony Tide.
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Ulstein Verft AS
Established 1917. The company builds and delivers special-purpose vessels mainly targeting offshore energy. Typical projects involve the construction of advanced vessels with a high degree of outfitting, which requires project management expertise, technical know-how and system integration capabilities. Certified according to ISO9001:2015.