Ship-shape worker accommodation unit ready for action

Bibby Line Group has launched the Bibby Challenge Coastel following extensive refurbishment.

Offshore staff

LIVERPOOL, UK -- Bibby Line Group has launched the Bibby Challenge Coastel following extensive refurbishment. The accommodation vessel can now operate almost anywhere in the world, the company says, offering accommodation, minimal environmental impact, and a temporary, high quality solution for worker lodgings on a global scale.

TheBibby Challenge has accommodation for up to 550 in 280 rooms on four decks, with cabins situated around a central public space. A self-contained sewerage treatment plant, water storage and purification system, and onboard power generation ensure that the vessel can be self-reliant, Bibby says.

"The benefit of Coastels is already recognized worldwide, with our existing fleet already in service with global clients," says Jon Osborne, Bibby line accommodation services managing director. "Our investment in theChallenge highlights our commitment to this area and our ability to provide quality, cost-effective accommodation solutions."

8/9/2007

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