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Leading-edge vessels, crews and equipment to execute subsea operations

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Leading-edge vessels, crews and equipment to execute subsea operations

Industry-leading track record in delivering global operations

Our state-of-the-art vessels allow complete control of, and support for, a wide range of subsea project and field activities. The vessels can execute subsea pipelay, diving and construction activities, and have connected assets like Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), construction and diving equipment, and mobile lay systems.

Our fleet management center of excellence has the resources and expertise to execute safe, reliable and cost-effective operations for our clients. In fact, we lead the industry in delivering global operations.
Reliable vessels

Our vessels are kept in prime working condition. Our experts ensure our fleet is fit-for-purpose and built to perform by conducting major overhaul, dry docks, upgrades and conversions to support subsea projects. Our reliable fleet are purpose-built and have a strong track record of executing subsea pipelay, diving and construction activities.

Seamless project execution

Our expertise ranges from offshore marine and construction personnel to onshore technical and support teams. Whatever the job, we have the drive and experience to deliver seamless execution of all our clients’ projects.

Solid partnerships and collaboration

At TechnipFMC we are proud of our client services and the collaboration between all of our stakeholders, contributing to the success of every project.

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Deep Orient

The Deep Orient is a DP2 medium construction vessel, ideal for subsea construction and flexible pipelay projects. The vessel joined the fleet in 2013 and works predominantly in the Asia-Pacific market.

Features and capabilities

  • Working moonpool
  • Remotely Operated Vehicles on board
  • Cranage - active heave compensated/constant tension crane
  • NOx reduction plant
  • Accommodations for up to 120 persons
  • Dynamic Positioning System
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Apache ll

The Apache II is one of the most reliable pipelay vessels available with an impressive track record. The vessel's speciality is laying reeled rigid pipe up to 16” diameter, in water depths to 1,500 m, and a range of pipe-in-pipe and Electrically Trace Heated PiP products. It regularly deploys flexible and umbilical products and can install piggyback lines thanks to a secondary reel.

Features and capabilities

  • Unique reel lay method for the installation of small and medium diameter pipelines
  • Station keeping
  • Integrated control system
  • Cranage
  • Main and auxiliary reels
  • Pipe ramp
  • Pipe straightening
  • Pipe tensioner
  • Pipe clamp
  • Abandonment and recovery winch
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Deep Arctic

Purpose-designed and built diving support and heavy construction vessel, the Deep Arctic is suited for demanding environments like the North Sea and can work throughout the year in virtually all sea and weather conditions.

Features and capabilities

  • Inspection, Repair and Maintenance (IRM)
  • Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) on board
  • Computer-based dive control system
  • Pipe laying facilities
  • Dynamic Positioning System
  • Machinery/propulsion
  • 24-man diving chamber complex

Deep Blue

The Deep Blue utilizes the reel-lay and J-lay pipelay methods to install all types of flexible and rigid pipe and umbilicals, and can lay umbilicals and flexibles from below-deck carousels. This flagship vessel has an excellent track record including many industry firsts.

Features and capabilities

  • Combined installation of all types of flexible and rigid risers, flowlines and umbilicals
  • Reeled Steel Catenary Risers (RSCRs) and Hybrid Catenary Risers (HCRs)
  • J-lay system for large field developments
  • Storage for rigid and flexible pipeline
  • Cranage and deck winches
  • Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) onboard
  • Integrated Vessel Management System
  • Hydrotest system
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Deep Energy

Constructed in 2013, Deep Energy is one of the largest pipelay vessels ever built with the capacity to install rigid pipe, flexible pipe and umbilicals in water depths up to 3,000 m via the reel-lay method. With a fast transit speed of 19.5 knots, high product storage capacity and an abandonment and recovery system rated to 500 Te, it an operate on North Sea and on Intercontinental projects.

Features and capabilities

  • Service speed of 19.5 knots for fast transit
  • Pipelay
  • Reel laying
  • Innovative PLET handling system
  • Abandonment and recovery systems
  • Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) onboard
  • Station keeping
  • Cranage and deck winches
  • Integrated Vessel Management System
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Deep Explorer

Built in 2016 with a large deck area, working moonpool, accommodations for approximately 150 people, and an offshore crane, the Deep Explorer is arguably the most advanced DSV in the world.

Features and capabilities

  • Diverless construction activities
  • Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) on board
  • Inspection, Repair and Maintenance (IRM)
  • Computer-based dive control system
  • Pipe laying facilities
  • Dynamic Positioning System
  • Machinery/propulsion
  • 24-man diving chamber complex
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Global 1200

The Global 1200 is a rigid pipe S-lay and heavy lift DP2 construction vessel designed for work in both deep and shallow water, and is designed to handle large diameter pipelay projects. The vessel's crane is suitable for platform topside installation/removal works; and its deepwater lowering system can operate in water depths of up to 3,000 m.

Features and capabilities

  • Pipelay equipment
  • Large storage facilities for up to 3,500 Te of pipe
  • Stinger capabilities
  • Abandonment and recovery system
  • Three cranes
  • Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) onboard
  • Shallow water capabilities
  • Accommodation for up to 264 personnel
  • Integrated Vessel Management System
  • Helideck
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Global 1201

The Global 1201 is a multipurpose DP2 heavy lift and pipelay vessel suitable for deep and shallow water projects with a state-of-the-art pipelay system, DP capability and conventional mooring systems.

Features and capabilities

  • Pipelay systems
  • Abandon and recovery system
  • Stinger
  • Accommodations for 264 people
  • Helideck
  • Dynamic positioning
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North Sea Atlantic

The North Sea Atlantic can accommodate an Openable Vertical Lay System for pipelay of flexibles and umbilicals, and its design specification meets the highest requirements for subsea work and is also suited for deepwater operations worldwide.

Features and capabilities

  • Cranage
  • 2,000 ton under-deck carousel for product storage
  • Advanced navigation equipment
  • Remotely Operated Vehicles on board
  • Accommodations for up to 120 persons
  • Helideck
  • Working moonpool
  • Advanced emission reduction technologies
Skandi Ship

North Sea Giant

The North Sea Giant is amongst the largest and most advanced offshore construction vessels ever built. The vessel is a DP3 class multi-purpose vessel with supreme deck and crane capacity.

Features and capabilities

  • Subsea construction
  • Well intervention
  • Drilling
  • Voith Schneider propellers for excellent maneuvering response
  • Diesel electric propulsion
  • Moonpool
  • ROV hangars
  • Cranage
  • Helideck
  • Accommodations for up to 120 persons
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Skandi Africa

The Skandi Africa is a DP3 construction support vessel, designed for harsh environment and deepwater construction and flexible-lay operations. It's fully equipped with an

Features and capabilities

  • Active-heave compensated main crane
  • 650 m Tiltable Lay System
  • Under-deck storage capacity
  • Remotely Operated Vehicles on board
  • Fresh-water making capacity
  • Helideck
  • Working and ROV moonpools
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