GMS secures Middle East offshore support job

Gulf Marine Services has won a 6.5-month contract for a K-Class (Small) self-elevating support vessel.

The Kikuyu is a K-Class self-elevating, self-propelled jackup barge.
The Kikuyu is a K-Class self-elevating, self-propelled jackup barge.
(Courtesy Gulf Marine Services)

Offshore staff

ABU DHABI, UAEGulf Marine Services has won a 6.5-month contract for a K-Class (Small) self-elevating support vessel (SSEV).

The client is an international EPC contractor: GMS will provide support for offshore activities on behalf of a Middle East NOC.

The vessel has already mobilized to UAE waters for the project.

GMS’s K-Class fleet is now 83% occupied. Its SSEVs are four-legged, self-propelled vessels capable of operating in water depths of 45-80 m (147-262 ft) depending on leg length, with no need for tugs or similar support vessels for moves between locations in the field.

10/23/2019

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