SeaTec Subsea remains active during Covid-19 pandemic
While the impact of Covid-19 on workload varies per country, SeaTec’s EU station in The Netherlands continues to experience a healthy workload, servicing a range of clients with underwater tasks from simple inspections to complex repairs. Most of our tasks are completed within two days, but occasionally more time is needed to complete the full scope of work due to the volumes involved.
One of these slightly longer tasks occurred in May when a SeaTec Subsea dive team spent six days on site. Our Dutch team was approached to provide a range of underwater activities on the Solitaire, one of the world’s largest cable laying vessels, while it was docked in Rotterdam. The work included cleaning the vessel’s sea chest gratings and 10 thrusters, plug/blank overboard and removing fishing net and mooring ropes.
All works were completed within the planned time frame to the full satisfaction of the client, while the dive team enjoyed a not-so-standard daily return to the same project site for a week.
The reduction of Covid-19 restrictions is slowly but steadily giving us more opportunities to offer standard services again at over 300 global locations.
If rescheduling of planned underwater works is needed due to Covid–19 restrictions, our global operations team would be pleased to assist and advise on available options, depending on the vessel’s schedule.
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