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Arctech Launched Sister of Arctic Offshore Vessel
November 23, 2012

Arctic offshore vessel NB 507 was launched at Helsinki Shipyard on Friday evening 23 November 2012. The ship is the sister vessel of NB 506 Vitus Bering that will be delivered in December 2012. The offshore vessels are being built for Russian shipping company Sovcomflot and they will supply the Arkutun-Dagi oil and gas field in Sakhalin area, in Far East Russia.


Arctech has been responsible of the design and procurement of both vessels as well as of the main parts of the building: block outfitting, paintings, hull assembly, outfitting and commissioning. At the Arkutun-Dagi oil and gas field the main purpose for these vessels is to supply the gas production platform and to protect it from the ice.

Additional information:
Managing Director Esko Mustamäki, Arctech Helsinki Shipyard Inc.
Mobile +358 50 411 5323, firstname.lastname@arctech.fi

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