|Drydocks World launches AHTS ‘Olympus Crest’|
|Friday, 11 February 2011 12:11|
Dubai-based Drydocks World has just launched the anchor handling offshore support vessel ‘Olympus Crest’ at its shipbuilding yard in Nanindah, Indonesia.
The vessel is being built for Singapore-based Pacific Crest and is 76 metres long, with a beam of 18.5 metres and draught of 6.8 metres.
‘Olympus Crest’ was designed by Wärtsilä Ship Design and classified by ABS. The 150-tonne bollard pull vessel has DP2 capabilities and is of fire fighting class 1. The vessel is equipped with deck machinery from Rolls-Royce Marine, a 9M32 main engine from Caterpillar, a Kawasaki side thruster and Berg propulsion.
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