Bram Offshore support vessel is already at sea

The shipyard Navship, installed in Navegantes, Santa Catarina, launched the sea more support craft to shipowner Bram Offshore. It is the VHP Mr. Aldo, who was commissioned in January 2015 and receive priority from the bottom of the Merchant Marine in the allocation of resources.

The unit will be chartered to Petrobras, in an eight-year contract provided for fleet renewal program maritime support (Prorefam) and can be used for cargo transport, supply and support of offshore units and oil prospecting, in addition to logistical support, with delivery forecast between December this year and January next year.

In May this year, the shipyard had already delivered another PSV for Bram Offshore, also for an eight-year contract with Petrobras being the point guard, which is part of the Edison Chouest group, already has other 14 units in operation to the State.


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