DEEP ORIENT

Deep Orient is an offshore vessel built by METALSHIPS & DOCKS for the multinational Technip. It provides support to oil platforms and carries out work related to energy. This work, delivered by the shipyard in 2013, consolidates the strong internationalization of Metalships and consolidates it as a worldwide reference in the construction of this type of ships.

The Deep Orient belongs to the 100 series and has 135 meters of length and 27 of beam, dynamic positioning system, 5 propellers, a large crane with capacity for 250 tons, two systems of launch and operation of vehicles remotely operated (Rovs: Remotly Operated Vehicles). It welcomes a crew of 120 people, being able to reach, in addition, a speed of 15 knots. Meets all environmental standards.


Main Characteristics

  • Total length    135  m
  • Length between p.s.    120,40 m
  • Trace Beam     27 m
  • Maximum Draught     6.85 m
  • Power    15,360 Kw

CAPABILITIES 

  • Deck    2,000 m2
  • Fuel-Oil    2.200 m3
  • Water Tank    860 m3
  • Ballast water    7.600 m3

CREW    120 people 


MAXIMUM SPEED    15,0 knots 

Tank Capacity


CAPABILITIES 

  • Deck    2,000 m2
  • Fuel-Oil    2.200 m3
  • Water Tank    860 m3
  • Ballast water    7.600 m3

CREW    120 people 


MAXIMUM SPEED    15,0 knots 

Load Capacity

  • Deck crane (1), maximum capacity    250 T.
  •   ROV System (2)
  • Supply crane (2)    5 T. to 12 Mts.

Other Characteristics

MANOEUVRING SYSTEM  

Azimuth Propellers (2)

  Power    3,500 Kw


Tunnel Propellers (2)

  Power    1,500 Kw

  Propulsion diam    2,400 mm


Compass Propellers (1)

  Power     1,500 Kw


ELECTRICAL PROPULSION SYSTEM 

Engines (4)    Wartsila

  Power     3,840 Kw to 720 r.p.m.


Generators (4)

  Power    4.612 Kw to 720 r.p.m. 690 V/60 Hz.


CLASSIFICATION 

Det Norske veritas + 1A1, DYMPOS AUTR, EO. Dk, (+), CLEAN DESIGN, CONF-V (3) C (2), NAUT-OSV-A, HELDEK, BIS.