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GSP buys Solstad anchor handler

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CONSTANTA, Romania – GSP Offshore (Grup Servicii Petroliere SA/GSP) has acquired the anchor handling tug supply vessel Normand Mjolne from Solstad Offshore, and will rename the vessel GSP Antares.

The AHTS was built in Ulstein Yard, Norway in 1985 as a multi-purpose vessel with two independent engine rooms (starboard and portside), to allow continued operations in the event of a major accident.

It provides rescue, fire fighting, oil recovery, inspection and maintenance of underwater loading systems, anchoring and towing, buffer storage and consumables, supply services, emergency preparedness, and full standby rescue for 300 persons.

3/25/2013

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