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DESIGN: "MM 73 MSV"

Main Dimensions: Length, over all Breadth, moulded Depth, moulded 76.40 m 16.20 m 6.00 m

Berths Gross Tonnage

70 3631 t

Class: DnV 1A1 General Cargo Carrier, E0, Heldk-S, Dynpos-Autr, Crane Name: Stril Explorer Owners/Operators: Simon Mkster Rederi Design: Multi Maritime AS Yard: Westcon new building number 33. Delivered: September 2010

ROV Hangar (courtesy of Simon Mkster)

Polar Pevek, an icebreaker of Multi Maritime's "MM 65 ICE" design.

Picture copyright: Harald Valderhaug

Main Dimensions: Length, over all Breadth, moulded Depth, moulded Gross Tonnage Deadweight

74.36 m 17.00 m 8.60/8.00 m ~3396 ton ~1300 ton

Class: DnV 1A1, Icebreaker ICE-10, Tug, SF, E0, Naut-AW, Deice, RP, FI-FI I Owners/Operators: Rieber Shipping ASA / Primorsk Design: Multi Maritime AS / Rieber Shipping Yard: Aker Langsten, yard no. 199 Built: June 2006

Downloads:
Brochure "Polar Pevek"

Pictures of "Polar Pevek" in operation in eastern Russia:

Picture courtesy of Rieber Shipping ASA

Picture courtesy of Rieber Shipping ASA

Picture courtesy of Rieber Shipping ASA

Picture courtesy of Rieber Shipping ASA

Picture courtesy of Rieber Shipping ASA

DESIGN: "MM 80 SEISMIC" - MV SANCO STAR

Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri AS

Main Dimensions: Length, over all Breadth, moulded Depth, moulded Transit speed Bollard pull Gross Tonnage Deadweight

~80.00 m 16.00 m 7.70 m 16 knots ~40 t at 4.5 knots 3953 2150 t

Class: DnV 1A1 E0, DYNPOS-AUT, RP, HELDK-SH, ICE-C Owners/Operators: Sanco Holding AS Design: Multi Maritime AS Yard: Vaagland Btbyggeri AS, yard no. 140 Delivered: December 2008 Current building status: Delivered to Sanco Shipping.

Pictures from the steel production

Downloads:
Brochure "Sanco Star"

Pictures of the vessel:

Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri AS

The vessel at Vaagland Btbyggeri just before the christening.

The aftship.

The midship, showing the gangway and one of the hinged helicopter deck flaps.

The port hinged helicopter deck flap.

The helicopter deck seen from the monkey top.

Pictures from the steel construction

Week 12, 2007(Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

Week 12, 2007(Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

Week 12, 2007(Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

Week 36, 2007(Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

Week 36, 2007(Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

Week 36, 2007. Axle tunnel (Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

Week 39, 2007. (Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

Week 39, 2007. (Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

Week 45, 2007. (Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

Week 45, 2007. (Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

Week 49, 2007. (Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

Week 49, 2007. (Picture courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri).

New building 140's hull approaching Vaagland Btbyggeri after being towed from Helgelandske Sveiseindustri (week 52

courtesy of Vaagland Btbyggeri.

DESIGN: "MM 86 SEISMIC"

Picture copyright: Daniel Kvalvik

Main Dimensions: Length, over all Breadth, moulded Depth, moulded Gross Tonnage Deadweight 86.00 m 16.00 m 7.70 m 4384 ~2300 t

Class: DnV 1A1 E0, DYNPOS-AUT, RP, HELDK-SH, ICE-C Owners/Operators: Sanco Holding AS Design: Multi Maritime AS Yard: Vaagland Btbyggeri AS, yard no. 141 Delivered: October 2009 Current building status: Christened and delivered to Sanco Shipping October the 17th, 2009. Pictures:

During sea trials. Picture copyright: Daniel Kvalvik

Floated out of the dry dock. Picture copyright: Vaagland Btbyggeri

Arriving at Vaagland Btbyggeri week 50, 2008.

Safely docked.

Polar Queen, Subsea Construction And Flowline Lay Ship

Courtesy of Acergy

Main Dimensions: Length, over all Breadth, moulded Depth, moulded Summer draft Accomodation for Gross Tonnage

147.90 m 27.00 m 13.20 m 8.00 m 121 Persons 14520 GRT

Class: DnV 1A1, E0, WI-OC, DYNPOS-AUTR, HELDK-S Name: Polar Queen Owners/Operators: Rieber Shipping / Acergy Group
The rebuilding of the former cable layer Polar Queen has now been completed at Damen Ship Repair Yard in Rotterdam. The vessel is one of the most advanced flexlay and subsea construction vessels in the world. The vessel was originally built at Hyundai Mipo in 2001. The rebuilding was performed in two phases. The first phase was completed at A&P Teesside last summer. There all the cable laying equipment and the shelter deck were removed. Two large pipe carousels and a helicopter deck was installed. Further the main deck was strengthened to 10 t/m2. The second phase involved the installation of a 200 t offshore crane (300 t inshore), a 340 t lay tension lay tower, a 400 t heave compensated deployment winch system, ROVs and additional accommodation/office space. The vessel's beam was

increased from 21.0 m to 27.0 by adding sponsons. Multi Maritime's involvement has been design development in cooperation with Acergy Group, lines design and stability documentation. View of the forward part of the port sponson:

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When designing the lines for the sponsons, great emphasis was put into fairing the sponsons smoothly into the existing hull. Although this meant a more complicated construction, it paid of in that the vessel loose very little speed due to the sponsons. In fact it reached a speed of 16 knots during the sea trials.

View of the aft part of the starboard sponson:

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The Polar Queen left the conversion yard in mid August 2007. Its first jobs are in west Africa, namely pipelaying in the Moho

Bilondo and Kizomba C fields. The laytower seen from below:

Multi Maritime AS

Night view of the laytower:

Multi Maritime AS

Multi Maritime AS

Courtesy of Acergy

Pictures from the construction

Week 34, 2008 at CNPC Liahoe Shipyard in China (Picture courtesy of Seametric International).

Week 34, 2008 at CNPC Liaohe Shipyard in China (Picture courtesy of Seametric International).

Week 45, 2008 at CNPC Liaohe Shipyard in China (Picture courtesy of Seametric International).

Week 45, 2008 at CNPC Liaohe Shipyard in China (Picture courtesy of Seametric International).

Week 49, 2008 at CNPC Liaohe Shipyard in China (Picture courtesy of Seametric International).

Week 02, 2009 at CNPC Liaohe Shipyard in China (Picture courtesy of Seametric International). Blocks for the two Seametric vessels scattered around the yard.

Week 02, 2009 at CNPC Liaohe Shipyard in China (Picture courtesy of Seametric International). Blocks for the two Seametric vessels scattered around the yard.

Week 02, 2009 at CNPC Liaohe Shipyard in China (Picture courtesy of Seametric International). Blocks for the two Seametric vessels scattered around the yard.

Week 02, 2009 at CNPC Liaohe Shipyard in China (Picture courtesy of Seametric International). Aerial view of bottom block.