Entries by Andy Muir

MV TAHAROA EOS Delivery

SeaTec is pleased to announce one vessel’s delivery, S2069 named as MV TAHAROA EOS, delivered on 10th July and sailed out on 13th July 2015. The 174,000DWT Slurry Iron Sand Carrier, hull number S2069 is the vessel ordered by Cara Shipping, classed to NK, flying Singapore flag, and built by STX Offshore & Shipbuilding Co., […]

Cofferdam Set Up

This photographs show UMC setting up the biggest cofferdam system they have ever been involved. The cofferdam will allow repair to the leg wells and ultimately install the three legs of a jack up rig in Oman, which was damaged during Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf of Mexico, in 2005. SeaTec developed the detail design of the […]

More Launches For SeaTec

SeaTec is pleased to announce the successful launch and delivery of two gas carriers and one Aframax tanker, with delivery of another Aframax tanker scheduled for early December 2008. These new vessels, built for the Arab Maritime Petroleum Transport Company (AMPTC), are the result of great team work between SeaTec and AMPTC. The project started […]

SeaTec Celebrate Two New Launches

SeaTec celebrate the recent launches on consecutive days of two newly-built ships for which SeaTec provided expert guidance during construction. WG Columbus is Western Geco’s newest seismic vessel launched at Hijos de J Barreras Shipyard in Vigo, Spain on Tuesday 3 June. SeaTec provided site supervision for the project as part of our contract with […]

AMPTC Award 112,000mt Aframax Tanker Contract

In Q1 2007, AMPTC awarded the contract of plan approval for 2 x Aframax Tankers (112,000mt). Steel cutting for the first Hull (H1901) took place in December 2007, with steel cutting for the second taking place in February 2008. Full site supervision will be undertaken by SeaTec with additional support supplied by both SeaTec Glasgow […]

AMPTC Award LPG Carriers Newbuild Contract

In Q1 2007, AMPTC awarded the contract of plan approval for 2 x LPGC’s  (82,000m3). Steel cutting for the first Hull (S333) took place in August 2007, with steel cutting for the second taking place in November 2007. Full site supervision will be undertaken by SeaTec with additional support supplied by both SeaTec Glasgow and […]

Eastern Spirit / Western Spirit Conversion

In Q2 2006, SeaTec were awarded the contract to undertake the feasibility study, design and Yard Supervision for the conversion of the Eastern Spirit Seismic Survey vessel. The vessel was originally a 6 streamer vessel but would return to service as a Q-Marine technology vessel capable of towing up to ten 6-kilometer seismic streamers. She […]