They’ve been slow rolling all these hulls, Harvey and HOS, by mutual agreement. These are just upgraded tiger sharks, just like every other OSV out of ESG since Ares Marine. Not that there’s anything wrong with them, they seem to be money makers.
A new type of vessel for offshore installation is making first appearance in US GoM soon:
The Floatel POSH XANADU is now operating in the GoM for Chevron U.S.A Inc.’s on the Big Foot tension-leg platform project.
This is a purpose built 750 bed, DP3, Semi-submersible Accommodation cum Construction support unit, built in 2014. Owned and operated by POSH in Singapore, but flying Bahamas flag: