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Atlantic Offshore Get Extension for 3 ERRVs

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Laxman Pai

Norway-based Atlantic Offshore, a provider of safety and support at sea, announced that it has received contract extensions for three of its emergency response and rescue vessels (ERRVs).

The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) UK has declared a 9 month option for Ocean Osprey, commencing end of June, said the provider of emergency response, rescue & recovery, multi-role and platform supply vessel operations, within the UK and Norwegian energy sectors.

Ocean Osprey is a offshore supply vessel built in 2014 which currently sailing under the flag of United Kingdom (UK).

Meanwhile, Total UK has declared one year option for Ocean Troll, commencing mid-July, said the company. Ocean Troll is the first Fire Fighting Class II (Fi-Fi II) ERRV to operate in the UK sector of the North Sea.

Lastly, Equinor has declared one year option for Ocean Marlin, commencing mid-September. Ocean Marlin s a Offshore supply vessel built in 2014 by Astilleros Zamakona-pasaia - Pasaia, Spain. Currently sailing under the flag of Norway.

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