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Anchor handling vessel design - UT 759 ICE AHTS

Innovative icebreaker for Arctic oilfields. Constructed or demanding Arctic operations, this vessel is capable of breaking 1.5 metres of ice at 4 knots. 

Specially designed to provide support in remote areas

UT 759 ICE is an innovative icebreaking anchor handler / tug, constructed for demanding operations in Arctic environments without additional assistance (Polar 15). The vessel is capable of breaking ice up to 1.5 metres at a speed of 4 knots, and is constructed for ice milling and anchor handling in ice with a bollard pull of 250 tonnes. Fitted with large bulk and cargo capacities it can support oil rigs and shuttle tankers in remote areas. The power distribution is based on the popular hybrid system, assuring a cost-efficient operational mode during all kinds of operations. It also provides excellent DP 2 capabilities during ice operations. The vessel is designed for ROV operations through moonpool and can accommodate 55 persons.

Innovative icebreaker for Arctic oilfields

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INTEGRATION OF EQUIPMENT

Integrated systems tailored to your needs

Innovation underpins everything we do. Our world-leading technology, coupled with decades of operational experience, enables us to design, build, deliver and support fully integrated system solutions for the marine industry.

These bespoke systems, developed in close co-operation with our customers, are designed to deliver lower life-cycle costs and reduce the environmental impact of operations.

Services and support

  • 24/7 Technical support

    Our 24/7 technical support team is there to help at any time, day or night, wherever your vessel is.

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  • Spares

    We understand the importance of having the right parts, available in the right place, at the right time.

  • Training

    Ensure that your crew is properly and thoroughly trained. This will reduce operational risk, downtime and maximise return on asset investment.

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Knut Eilert Røsvik
EVP - Ship Design
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