Bluestream acquires two further ROVs

Bluestream is expanding its fleet of work-class ROVS to 20 systems.

Seaeye Cougar-XT ROV
Seaeye Cougar-XT ROV

Offshore staff

DEN HELDER, the NetherlandsBluestream is expanding its fleet of work-class ROVs to 20 systems.

The company has ordered one Seaeye Panther-XT Plus and one Seaeye Cougar XT, both fitted with a tether management system, and operable from hazardous zoned areas on platforms and FPSOs.

Both should be ready to start work in the North Sea next month.

Bluestream claims the Panther-XT Plus is the most powerful compact work-class ROV on the market, equipped with 10 powerful thrusters. According to the company, it can undertake precision manipulative tasks while operating in strong currents, and is rated to water depths of up to 1,000 m (3,281 ft).

The Seaeye Cougar-XT is another electric ROV suited to light construction projects, pipeline survey and inspection, repair and maintenance to depths of 2,000 m (6,562 ft).


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