Toisa Patroklos

Renamed Fortitude. A multipurpose offshore construction vessel (MOCV) of the HX102 design with a main crane capacity of 900t. The DP3 vessel is designed for worldwide operations in the oil and gas sector, ultra-deepwater installation and construction, as well as pipelay and heavy lift support.

Design

HX102

Built by

Hyundai Heavy Industries

Year

2017

Owned by

Allseas

Designed by

Ulstein Design & Solutions BV

Ordered by

Toisa Ltd

Operated by

Allseas

Principal dimensions

Length:
150.5 m
Beam:
32 m
Dead weight:
10,000 tonnes
Accommodation:
250 POB
Deck area:
2,900 sqm

Note: Subject to selected variant configuration

Capacities

AHC offshore crane:
900 t
Crane depth operation:
- 3.500 m
AHC knuckle boom crane:
200 t
Crane depth operation:
- 2.000 m
Main moon pool:
8.4 x 8.4 m
Flex lay tower over main moon pool:
550 t
Carousel spaces below deck:
2 x 2.500 t

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IMO Number: 9687057

Ship history

Toisa was the first to order a customised Deepwater Enabler (HX102 design) newbuild, at Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) in Korea. 

The vessel is optimised for the installation of flexibles, umbilicals, manifolds, jumpers and other subsea production system components, Fortitude is fitted with two high-capacity active heave compensated offshore cranes (900 t and 200 t respectively) and moon pools for all-weather ROV operations.

The vessel design has been developed for maximum efficiency and cost effectiveness featuring heavy lift capabilities with active heave compensation, two moon pools, and up to 50t/m2 deck strength in key areas. The design includes a number of key features that give maximum capability and flexibility. These features include an AHC offshore crane rated at 900 tonnes SWL (Safe Working Load) with a depth capability of 3,500 metres, and a 200-tonne SWL knuckleboom crane with a 2,000 metres depth capability.

Furthermore, the vessel can accommodate a 550-tonne flex lay tower over the main 8.4 by 8.4-metre moon pool, and two 2,500-tonne-capacity carousels below deck. There is an enclosed ROV hangar for deployment of two large work class deep-water ROVs, over-the-side launch and recovery systems and tether management systems at depths up to 4,000 m.The moon pool is also arranged to allow the deployment of a deck mounted saturation diving bell. 

Full compliance with the SPS Code is a fundamental principle of the design, which includes arrangements to meet Comfort Class COMF-V(3), the highest working environment standard. 

The deck area is designed to give optimised clear space for the installation of project equipment such as pipelay spreads, and for the carriage and deployment of heavy offshore equipment. 

IMO number: 9687057

2018: 

Allseas bought the vessel in 2018, and renamed it 'Fortitude'. The vessel will dominantly work as an Offshore Support Vessel for Allseas' flagship the "Pioneering Spirit, which is fully booked with work. Now working on the first part of the Turkstream pipeline across the Black Sea, the Pioneering Spirit will then be heading to Norway for its first installation project, Johan Castberg Topside, in summer 2018, before returning to complete the second part of Turkstream. At the end of 2018, the 5,000t Huisman Offshore Crane will be installed at PS aft of the Pioneering Spirit. With three MacGreogor knuckleboom cranes on deck and the ULSTEIN X-BOW design, the 'Fortitude' is a well selected choice to support the Allseas fleet of sophisticated pipe-lay vessels (source: www.heavyliftnews.com).

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