POSH Xanadu get Campos work

March 31, 2016

Offshore marine services provider, PACC Offshore Services Holdings (POSH), has secured a one year contract for its POSH Xanadu semisubmersible accommodation vessel (SSAV). 

Under the terms of the contract, POSH Xanadu will continue to support the client’s oil and gas production activities in the Campos Basin. 

Designed for deep waters and harsh operating environments, POSH Xanadu can accommodate up to 750 pax. 

“Despite facing adverse weather conditions during certain periods over the past year, she was able to achieve 100% operational uptime even when all other floatels in the area had disconnected,” said Gerald Seow, chief executive officer of POSH. 

Besides housing accommodations, catering, recreational facilities and a hospital for crew on board, POSH Xanadu offers a wide range of workspace solutions such as conference rooms, modern workstations, workshops, warehouses and two large offshore cranes. She is certified by Det Norske Veritas as a “Clean Comfort Class” vessel, which is awarded to vessels that comply with stringent noise and vibration control requirements for crew comfort and as well as robust environmental emission standards.

Image: POSH Xanadu/ POSH



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