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Maersk Supply Service’s fleet consists of three types of vessels: Field and Subsea Support Vessels, Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessels and Platform Supply Vessels. Field and Subsea Support Vessels are fitted with sub-sea cranes or A-frames. This particular type of vessel is very flexible.

Solstad Offshore

Our fleet consists of 35 fully owned/jointly owned and leased supply vessels plus 6 supply vessels under construction (4 in Norway and 2 through Nor Offshore Pte Ltd (NOR) in Singapore). 26 of the supply vessels are operated from the main office in Skudeneshavn and the branch office in Aberdeen.

Gulf Offshore Logistics

Gulf Offshore Logistics, LLC was established in 2003 through the partnership of JNB Operating LLC and Galliano Tugs, Inc., a family owned company with over 60 years experience in the industry.

Fast Supply Vessels and Crew Boats for Sale

Below are some of the listed Fast Supply Vessels/Crew Boats that can be developed for sale.

We also have several fully managed vessels that can be sold with existing time charter agreement.

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Bourbon Mistral

M/V “BOURBON MISTRAL” is a Platform Supply Vessel with ULSTEIN X-BOW® designed by Ulstein Design AS. The vessel is built as platform supply vessel with additional duty as standby vessel for 250 persons. The vessels are equipped with a diesel electric power plant and azimuth main thrusters, ensuring the vessel to obtain the best operating characteristics in both sailing and DP/manoeuvering modes.


DeepOcean controls a modern fleet of Multi Purpose Support Vessels adapted to the service range of the company, and has driven the evolution of new state-of-the-art vessels equipped with integrated heavy weather launch/recovery systems for both ROV’s and equipment modules. The company operates a “state of the art” ROV fleet, and has designed and perfected deepwater module handling systems. Dedicated vessels and systems are designed and built to operate in the most hostile environmental conditions.

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