Subsea 7 fleet gains a new high-spec vessel

Seven_InaghaSubsea 7 has unveiled a new specially designed vessel. (Image source: Subsea 7)One of the leading offshore engineering and construction companies, Subsea 7, has seen the addition of a specially designed jack-up accommodation and crane barge to its fleet

The Seven Inagha, which is more than 80m in length, can operate its two 295 tonne cranes in tandem, and hold up to 150 individuals on board, is intended to provide assistance to teams working on offshore installations.

Subsea 7 manages a fleet of more than 40 high-specification vessels.  The new Seven Inagha was specifically adapted to be able to mobilise itself to a work site utilising its own power.

Regarding the recent addition, Subsea 7 senior vice president for Africa and the Gulf of Mexico said, “The Seven Inagha is an impressive vessel. She gives us the ability to offer new services to our clients in West Africa, as the offshore industry experiences high levels of activity.”

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