SBM Installer Diving Support & Construction vessel

The SBM Installer is just to be finalized by Keppel Singmarine Pte Ltd in Singapore, almost ready for delivery to SBM Offshore in Monaco. The MT6024 DSCV vessel design combines capabilities of diving support, subsea construction and anchor handling, and features a DP III system. The vessel is equipped with a fully integrated 12-men saturation diving system that enables divers to work safely down to a depth of 300m, and a 250 tons knuckle boom crane to support subsea oilfield development. It also feature a 200 tons double drum winch, four chain lockers and a stern roller for anchor handling functions.

The vessel represent a new generation of environmentally friendly and operational state of the art large DSCV multipurpose vessel, where much attention is put on fuel economy with diesel electric propulsion system, low emissions to the environment and large capacities both above and below deck.

The vessel has an length overall of 111,20m, beam of 25m, depth at main deck (1st. constr. deck) of 10,20m, depth to Shelter deck (2nd constr. deck) of 13,05m and a top quality accommodation for 100 persons including the divers. The vessel design includes a patented “double-deck” concept which will provide a large storage / construction area on the upper deck while keeping the conventional main deck unobstructed for anchor handling equipment. The vessel is built according to DNV rules and international regulations.

Deadweight of the vessel is approx. 5200 tons, work deck aft of Dive area is 810m2 on Shelter deck and 590m2 on main deck. The vessels FO capacity is 1600m3 and FW capacity is 1050m3 + fresh water makers. The MT 6024 DSCV is built in accordance with the new SPS code, Clean Design and equipped with a helideck with diameter of 22,2m for easy transfer of personnel.

One AHC 150 tons abandonment & recovery winch with overboard sheave, enable the vessel to carry out offshore construction and installation work in water depth of up to 1,500m. The Operations will be supported by one work-class and one observation-class ROV.