DP ROV support vessel HOS Mystique mobilized, available for work

The HOS Mystique, Saipem America’s new 250-ft (76-m) class II DP ROV support vessel, is currently mobilized in Fouchon, Louisiana.

Oct 22nd, 2009

Offshore staff

HOUSTON -- The HOS Mystique, Saipem America’s new 250-ft (76-m) class II DP ROV support vessel, is currently mobilized in Fouchon, Louisiana. The vessel is immediately available for work, the company says.

The HOS Mystique is a US Flagged, Class II DP ROV support vessel with 4,354 sq ft (404 sq m) of usable deck area and a permanently installed 70-ton (64-metric ton) active heave compensated NOV knuckle-boom crane. The vessel features two lounges, one gymnasium, and private conference rooms along with accommodations for 50 personnel.

The configuration of the HOS Mystique provides a large, stable platform for survey activities for offshore construction and subsea intervention tasks such as surveys, seabed topography and geophysical sampling, platform and pipeline inspections, touch-down monitoring, light construction, and well intervention work.

The HOS Mystique features two heavy work class ROVS with the vessel spread. An Innovator Leviathan 250-hp ROV and an Innovator 150-hp ROV have been fully integrated into the vessel. The ROVs can handle a suite of support tools and large intervention packages, the company says.

10/22/2009

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