Safe Boreas
Safe Boreas

Safe Boreas

Safe Boreas is a highly advanced and efficient DP3 semi-submersible ASV. With beds for 450 persons, in single man cabins, the vessel is designed for worldwide operations in the harshest offshore environments.

Safe Boreas was built at Jurong Shipyard, Singapore, to the GVA 3000E design and is equipped with a DP3 system and 12-point wire mooring arrangement providing maximum cost efficiency and flexibility.

Delivered in 2015, the vessel is built to comply with stringent Norwegian and UK regulations. The accommodation block incorporates two atriums that provide natural light to the central cabins, mess room and recreational areas.

With a large deck area of more than 1000m² and two 50 tonne cranes the Safe Boreas provides excellent maintenance and construction support capabilities.

On 29 May 2015, Safe Boreas was granted an Acknowledgement of Compliance (AoC) from the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA). This allowed the vessel to perform its maiden contract on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) supporting Lundin Petroleum during hook-up and commissioning activities at the Edvard Grieg facility.

Vessel Specification
Registered name Safe Boreas
Built 2015
DesignGVA 3000E
Max no of beds 450 (all in single cabins)
Deck areaapprox. 1 000m²
Power generation 31 200 kW
Gangway Telescopic hydraulic 38.0 m +/- 7.5 m
Mooring system 12 point wire winches
Station keepingDP3
Thrusters 6 x 4.0 MW Azimuth
CranesPort-side: 50 tonnes Starboard-side: 50 tonnes

The vessel has successfully completed the following projects:

Lundin PetroleumEdvard Grieg, Fixed PlatformDPNCS
Repsol SinopecMontrose, Fixed PlatformDPUKCS
EquinorMariner, Fixed PlatformDPUKCS

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