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Kongsberg supplies equipment for four offshore vessels

Caption: The four offshore vessels are destined for two different companies

The Norwegian shipbuilder Ulstein Verft has commissioned Kongsberg Maritime to supply integrated equipment packages for four CSOVs.

The four Commissioning Service Operation Vessels (CSOVs) will be built according to the Ulstein SX222 design. They are intended for two different clients. [ds_preview]

Two of the vessels are being built for Bernhard Schulte Offshore and two for J.P. Morgan Asset Management. They will have a length of 90 meters. Kongsberg Maritime will supply the same equipment for all four vessels.

Extensive Kongsberg package

The Kongsberg Maritime package integrates the US 205 azimuth thrusters with the K-Power DC Hybrid solution, the K-Chief EMS/IAS and the rest of the K-Line control systems for a new level of intelligent energy management.

It is controlled by a modern and efficient, fully integrated K-Master Bridge solution that includes K-Bridge Navigation, K-Thrust and an advanced K-Pos W2W DP system.

“We are delighted that Ulstein Verft and the owners have placed their trust in us to deliver comprehensive equipment for their high-quality vessels. The demand for offshore wind power vessels is increasing and with it, the requirement for them to be energy efficient and ready for future regulations,” says Sondre Næslund Larsson, Sales Director – Offshore, Kongsberg Maritime.

“Kongsberg Maritime has a wealth of experience in efficient electrical, propulsion and control systems. The information flow between the systems enables new functions for greater efficiency and improved safety. We look forward to working with Ulstein Verft and the owners on the development of this exciting project,” the Sales Director continues.

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The four offshore vessels are destined for two different companies

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