Vestland Offshore Wins Charters

February 7, 2019

(L-R) Vestland Artemis and Norsea Fighter. Images: Vestland Offshore
(L-R) Vestland Artemis and Norsea Fighter. Images: Vestland Offshore

Norwegian vessel owner Vestland Offshore has won contracts for two of its offshore vessels, the Vestland Artemis and the Norsea Fighter.

The Vestland Artemis has been awarded a 12 months contract with the UK-based oil company Enquest, commencing 1st of February 2019 in a direct continuation of the already long term operation with them.

The Norsea Fighter is awarded another contract in artic areas for a duration of minimum 90 days, commencing mid-June 2019. According to company sources, the contract is with Russian company MAGE.

"We are very satisfied with securing these contracts with two majors in a very difficult market. Vestland Management AS has worked extensively with this customers in the past, and we are proud to have been chosen for continue work with them," says Vestland Management AS, CEO Per Vidar Hille.

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