Island Condor

Offshore Service Vessel for Island Offshore

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Island Condor is of VARD 3 07 design, with a high level of operability and innovative solutions to make it safe and environmentally friendly. It is specially designed and equipped for subsea operation duties with a high focus on good sea-keeping capabilities, excellent station keeping performances and low fuel consumption.

The vessel has an optimized hull form, and bow shape optimized for all weather conditions together with the specified propulsion configuration. Catalytic converters are installed on all main diesel generators for reducing emissions.

The vessel is fitted with:

• ROV hangar with possibility to launch ROV through moon pool and on both

sides, to 3 000 m water depth

• Two AHC offshore cranes (350 t & 50 t) to 3 000 m water depth

• Large steel cargo deck with cofferdam below

• Moon pools with damping zones, according to Vard Design’s R&D Sea

Keeping Capabilities Program

• SeaQ cabins, high standard accommodation with low noise levels

• Optimized hull form and bow shape

• One fast resque craft, four lifeboats

• 100% lifeboat coverage each side

• Helicopter landing platform 26.1 m, 15

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Build specifications

Island Offshore

ship owner

Vard Brevik

outfitting yard

November 2014

delivered

Rolls-Royce

ship designer

Energy

sector

UT 776 CD

design

Offshore Service Vessel

type of vessel

814

yard no.

Technical specifications

97 m

length overall

82.9 m

length between p.p

20 m

breadth moulded

6.9 m

max scantling draught

5135 t

deadweight

50 pers

accommodation