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Dolphin Geophysical Newbuild Name

  06/09/2011
Dolphin Geophysical, Norway, has announced the name of vessel NB533 as M/V Polar Duchess. The vessel option expires on 1st November and it is highly likely the company is to exercise the option.
 

 

Polar DuchessGood progress in the Factorias Volcano yard, Spain, safeguards a Q4 delivery ready for the North Sea season at the end Q1 2012.  She will be the sistership to the company's flagship vessel M/V Polar Duke.

                         

M/V Polar Duke is a purpose-built high-end 3D vessel, capable of towing fourteen streamers at 100 metre separation. Rigged with Sercel SSAS Sentinel streamers and an impressive bollard pull of approximately 210 Tonnes, M/V Polar Duke and M/V Polar Duchess will undoubtedly be some of the most efficient vessels available to the market.

 

 




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