Guo Hai Min Qiang

Guo Hai Min Qiang (previously Crest Andromeda 5) is an Ulstein designed PX121 platform supply vessel. Meets clients’ operational expectations in terms of deck space, capacities, speed, position holding capabilities and fuel efficiency.

Vessel type

Platform supply

Design

PX121

Built by

Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., China

Year

2020

Owned by

Pacific Radiance Group

Designed by

Ulstein Design & Solutions AS

Ordered by

Pacific Radiance Group

Operated by

COSL - China Oilfield Services Limited

IMO Number

9725756

Principal dimensions

Length:
83.4 m
Beam:
18.61 m
Dead weight:
4,000 tonnes
Draught (max):
6.7 m
Speed (max):
14.5 kn
Accommodation:
30 POB
Deck area:
840 sqm

Note: Subject to selected variant configuration

Capacities

Fuel oil:
1,475
Fresh water:
1,055
Water ballast / Drill water:
1,620
Dynamic Positioning:
DP2
Fire Fighting:
FiFi 1

Classifications

  • DNV +1A1, Offshore Service Vessel, SF, E0, DYNPOS-AUTR, CLEAN DESIGN, NAUT-OSV(A), COMF-V(3), LFL*, Fire Fighter I, OILREC, BIS, DK(+), HL(p)

The unique hull design and longer lines allow for better transit speed and efficiency, saving time and cost for the ship owner and their clients.

Four sister vessels were originally ordered, the first ship names were Crest Andromeda 1, Crest Andromeda 2, Crest Andromeda 3 and Crest Andromeda 5. All vessels have changed names and owner. In addition to PSV duties, some of the vessels are also prepared with increased accommodation and provisions for crane and ROV installation, which give the vessels the opportunity to trade in the IMR market.

Ship history:

2017:

The shipbuilding company, Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding (SWS), is a subsidiary to China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC). In 2017, the four PSV newbuilds under construction were transferred to Tianjin CSSC CCB Investment Management, an asset management company and another subsidiary of CSSC.

2021:

The vessel was delivered on 1 May 2021. Owned by Sinoocean, she will be sailing under Chinese flag in the South China Sea oil field. Same as her sisters, she is joining the COSL fleet.