DSV SEAWAY OSPREY – ELVE 9
The Seaway Osprey is a 100m class, diving support, construction ship with an established record of safe and effective operations.
With impressive stationkeeping and high stability the Seaway Osprey has the highest possible rating for rough weather operations. All types of subsea construction, inspection, repair and maintenance works have been successfully completed with the ship.
The Seaway Osprey is designed to perform various subsea work tasks.
The vessel is equipped with diesel electric propulsion with full redundancy throughout, so that no single failure of a main component will disable the ship.
This ensures that the ship can always remain in position and safely recover and support the divers should failure of a main component occur.
Hull and Machinery: DNV + 1A1, DSV, ISF & IIISF DYNPOS AUTRO, SF, EO (ERN 99.99.99)
Kongsberg- Simrad Class III SDP 21 & SDP 11
DP REFERENCE SYSTEMS:
Hipap 500 with Slave system
Light Weight Taut Wire, Bandak Mk 12a
Moon Pool Taut Wire, Eiken
3 Wind Sensors
Navipac, Survey Computer
The free area of the working deck is approximately 1100m2.
About 900m2 is reinforced to carry 5Ton/m2.
1 x Hydramarine Offshore Crane:
Both main hoist and whip line are active heave compensated.
1 x Hydralift Offshore Crane:
These two cranes can be operated simultaneously for installation of spoolpieces etc.
Certified for 102 persons plus divers in saturation:
3 suites, 9 single cabins, 36 double cabins, 5 four-berth cabins.
Complies with civil aviation rules, suitable for Sikorsky or similar helicopters.
SATURATION DIVING SYSTEM:
The 18-men Saturation Diving System is rated to 360 MSW (16 men to 450 MSW) and utilises 2
large 3-man diving bells deployed through separate moon pools.
The bells are mounted on two separate transfer chambers, allowing for efficient split-level diving.
A gas reclaim system for both chamber and bell-diver gas is installed.
Permanent storage for 18,000m3 of gas is provided below deck.
A Gyro Star mix-maker is fitted for on-board preparation of requisite gas mix.
Online diving monitoring system.
A current loop technology communication system permits exceptionally good communication under