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World's largest OCV delivered to DryDocks World

Record falls as 20,000-dwt vessel arrives in Singapore.
The OSA Goliath is equipped with a 2000-tonne crane to assist with deepwater installations.
The OSA Goliath is equipped with a 2000-tonne crane to assist with deepwater installations.

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DryDocks World has announced the delivery of the world’s largest multi-purpose Offshore Construction Vessel (OCV), the OSA Goliath.

Built for Singapore-based Coastline Maritime, the OSA Goliath is 180x32x12 metres and weighs 22,000 dwt. It is equipped with DP-3 and a 2000-tonne crane to install offshore platforms and pipelines in deepwater locations.  

In addition to OSA Goliath, Coastline has a similar vessel, Samson, currently under construction at the same shipyard, which is scheduled for delivery in the first quarter of 2010.

“OSA Goliath is a valuable testimony to our flexible, well-equipped ISO certified shipbuilding facilities at the Drydocks World - Pertama yard, which can only be achieved through adherence to the highest technical international standards and strong technical capabilities,” said Denis Welch, CEO of DryDocks World – Southeast Asia.

“Going forward, we will continue to deliver high quality new building projects and meet our customers’ expectations,” Welch added.  

 

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