Owned byOlympic Shipping
Designed byUlstein Design & Solutions AS
Ordered byOlympic Shipping
- 95 m
- 20.5 m
- Dead weight:
- 3782 tonnes
- 7 m
- 15.3 kn
- 100 people
Note: Subject to selected variant configuration
- Fuel oil (MDO):
- 1423 cbm
- Fresh water:
- 906 cbm
- Ballast water:
- 2615 cbm
- 965 cbm
- Heave-compensated offshore crane:
- 150 t
- DnV 1A1, SF, E0, ICE C, DYNPOS-AUTR, LFL*, CLEAN, COMF-V(3), HELDK-SH, DK(+), HL(+)
Delivered from Ulstein Verft on 11 July 2008, three days ahead of the contractual deadline. Named at the Ålesund Boat Festival on 12 July 2008.
The vessel was chartered by Oceaneering® and contracted to work for Shell on the Perdido development project in the US section of the Gulf of Mexico. The ship was to perform installation work in ultra-deep waters.
The Olympic Intervention IV is the largest Multi Service Vessel in the Oceaneering® deepwater fleet. Examples of subsea hardware installations include umbilicals, subsea trees, jumpers, flying leads, and manifolds. IMR projects range from pipeline inspections and repairs to choke changeouts. Well intervention services include well stimulation and plug and abandonment operations. The vessel features a satellite communications equipment system capable of transmitting streaming video for real-time work observation by shore personnel.
“The ship is built for Arctic waters, which makes her better suited for rough conditions,” said T. Jay Collins, President and CEO of Oceaneering®.
Ulstein Verft had a deadline on this vessel that was seven weeks shorter than on her sister ship, the 'Olympic Triton', in addition to large delays on essential equipment. Nevertheless, the yard still managed to uphold a standard of quality and deliver with time to spare.
The ULSTEIN P101 has excellent seagoing properties with smooth motions, and provides a steady platform for most operations.
End May 2019: Olympic Intervention IV was awarded a two-month contract with further options within the renewable market.
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