DP Galyna Off to Offshore Gig

July 5, 2019

Image: Chevalier Floatels
Image: Chevalier Floatels

Dutch marine outfit Chevalier Floatels vessel DP Galyna has won another assignment after completing an inspection and maintenance campaign for an oil and gas company in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.

"Within 2 hours of contract notification DP Galyna sailed to Bremerhaven where the vessel is expected to arrive on the 13th. There she will go straight on to contact to support the maintenance of a large German windfarm," stated a release from the owner and operator of floating accommodation units and accommodation vessels .

Chevalier Floatels also thanked this new charterer the company - unnamed German offshore wind farm- for the opportunity to demonstrate the vessels capabilities to them. Sister vessel DP Gezina has now come available in the Netherlands and looking for charter opportunities, the company informed.

DP Gezina and DP Galyna are offshore support vessels with Ampelmann integrated Ampelmann gangway. The vessels have 38 cabins with 50 beds for client occupancy. They have low air draft to ensure the safety of the customer turbines.



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