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History

2016
Prosafe acquires the Safe Nova and Safe Vega.
Prosafe takes delivery of the Safe Zephyrus and Safe Notos.
Safe Scandinavia is converted to a Tender Support Vessel.

2015
Prosafe takes delivery of the new build vessel Safe Boreas, and the vessel sucessfully completes its first contract at the Edvard Grieg field.

2013
Prosafe orders two semi-submersible accommodation vessels. The vessels will be the most advanced and flexible units for worldwide operations excl. Norway.

2012
Prosafe orders a second harsh environment new build, the Safe Zephyrus.
Prosafe sells the accommodation jack-up Safe Esbjerg.

2011
Prosafe orders a harsh environment semi-submersible accommodation vessel, the Safe Boreas. The vessel will have the capacity to accommodate 450 persons in single man cabins.

2010
Prosafe is awarded a three-year contract by Petrobras for the provision of safety and maintenance support offshore Brazil.

2008
Prosafe spins off the Floating Production division and becomes a focused accommodation service company.

2007
Prosafe becomes a European Joint Stock Public Company and relocates its headquarters to Cyprus.

2006
Prosafe acquires Consafe Offshore AB.

2005
The Drilling Services division is sold.

2003
Prosafe secures a five-year bareboat charter for five accommodation vessels in Mexico.

2002
Prosafe acquires the Safe Hibernia (formerly Polyconcord) accommodation vessel.

2001
Nortrans Offshore Ltd is acquired, and Prosafe enters
the FPSO segment.

2000
Prosafe acquires MSV Regalia.

1999
The Safe Scandinavia (formerly Polycrown) accommodation vessel is acquired.

1998
Prosafe acquires Discoverer ASA, which owns the
Jasminia and Safe Regency accommodation vessels.

1997
Procon Offshore ASA is founded through a demerger from Transocean, and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.