Drydocks World launched its anchor handling offshore support vessel Olympus Crest at its shipbuilding yard in Nanindah, Indonesia.
The vessel was built for Singapore-based Pacific Crest at a cost of $20.4m, excluding owner furnished equipment, according to Gulf News.
Designed by Wartsila Ship Design and classified by ABS, Olympus Crest has a length of 76m, a beam of 18.5m and a draught of 6.8m.
The 150TBP vessel has DP2 capability and is equipped with deck machinery from Rolls-Royce Marine, a main engine 9M32 from CAT, a Kawasaki side thruster and Berg propulsion.
Drydocks World and Maritime World chairman Khamis Juma Bu Amim said that the company’s new generation support vessels are capable of aiding subsea construction and maintenance activities.