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Offshore vessel: Polar Onyx delivered

Norway’s GC Rieber Shipping has taken delivery of the new offshore construction vessel Polar Onyx from Norway’s Ulstein Verft shipyard and will position the 130m by 25m vessel to Brazil to undertake a five-year charter with Ceona following the fitting of a 275-tonne vertical lay system by Holland’s Huisman. The 8,200dwt X-Bow vessel is certified by DNV according to Special Purpose Ships (SPS) and Clean Design, and carries a Green Passport. She has a speed of 15 knots and a diesel electric plant consisting of six identical 2,740kW generator sets. JS

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