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New name for “Sun Enabler”

Østensjø Rederi has decided to rename Sun Enabler before the commencement of the new Fugro-contract in March. Her new name will be “Edda Sun”, in line with the rest of the Edda-fleet and Østensjø Rederi’s proud tradition.

The first “Edda Sun” was an anchor handler delivered in 1975, owned by Helmer Staubo & Co. in Oslo, as one of the original vessels in the Edda Supply Ships (ESS) fleet.


Photo: Østensjø Rederi

Edda Supply Ships was established by five Norwegian ship owners who operated their vessel in a pool arrangement. After the offshore crisis in the’80s, Østensjø Rederi (at that time Johannes Østensjø dy) was the only company left and has since traded ESS as a part of the Østensjø group of companies.

We wish “Edda Sun” and her crew bon voyage and successful operations in the new contract.


Photo: Ko Rusman

Kilde: Østensjø
 

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"Ocean Pearl" med "Ocean Europe" på sida, bak ligger "Rem Aquarius" - vanskeleg å få tatt bilder idag fra min posisjon

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