"Far Spica" - Første ex. Farstad båt i oransje Farstad Solstad farger?

Refvik

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Recycling of vessel

Solstad Rederi AS, a wholly owned subsidiary of Solstad Offshore ASA, has sold the AHTS Sea Panther for recycling. Delivery of the vessel took place today August 20th, 2021.

The sale of the vessel will result in an immaterial accounting effect for Q3-2021. Solstad Offshore ASA is considering several vessels for green recycling as a part of our efforts to be in the forefront of sustainable and environmental optimal operations. The recycling will take place at European Shipyards, with focus on the highest standard on green recycling.
 

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Sale of vessel

Solstad Offshore Singapore Pte. Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Solstad Offshore ASA, has sold the AHTS Nor Tigerfish. Delivery of the vessel to the new owner took place today August 25th, 2021.

The sale of the vessel will result in an immaterial accounting effect for Q3 2021.
 

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Green Yards har overtatt "Sea Panther" for resirkulering
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Alle foto: via Green Yards
 

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UT 755 L "Sea Angler" new name "AIS Vega"
UT 755 L "Sea Bass" new name "AIS Spica"
UT 755 L "Sea Turbot" new name "AIS Pollux"
All sold to "Legacy Ship Management FZE"
 
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Ko R

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UT 755 L "Sea Witch" (2008) was renamed "Sea W" now renamed "Sagar Energy" for "Blue Whale Maritime Pvt Ltd" India
 
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Recycling of seven vessels

Subsidiaries of Solstad Offshore ASA has sold seven vessels for recycling. The vessels are Sea Tiger, Normand Atlantic, Normand Borg, Normand Neptun, Sea Pollock, Far Strider and Far Sovereign

The vessels to be recycled are defined by Solstad as non-strategic, they are of older age and considered to be irrelevant for present and future markets.

«We are pleased that we finally can start green recycling of a major number of our oldest vessels. These have all have been in lay-up over a considerable time. This will allow us to increase focus on upgrades and emission reductions from our core fleet of modern offshore vessels going forward.Tor Inge Dale, Chief Sustainability Officer

The vessels will be delivered to the shipyard in the near future.

The sale of the vessels will result in an immaterial accounting effect for Q4-2021.

Recycling of these vessels is an important part of Solstad’s efforts to be in the forefront of sustainable and environmental operations. These vessels will be recycled at the Green Yard Feda and Green Yard Kleven shipyards in Norway.

“We at Green Yard are proud and grateful for this agreement with Solstad Offshore. The agreement has a historical scope when it comes to the environmentally friendly recycling of ships in Norway, and it proves that our circular economy business model is really bearing fruit. We are pleased that the activities at our two yards, Green Yard Feda and Green Yard Kleven, can be further developed for a greener future, while securing local jobs.” Hans Jørgen Fedog, CEO, Green Yard Group AS

The shipyards are specialized within ship recycling and they follow the strictest national and international agreements and regulations in accordance with EU Ship Recycling Regulations (EU SRR) and Hong Kong-convention (HKC).
 

Refvik

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Four to be recycled in Ulsteinvik at Green Yard Kleven, and other three at Green Yard Feda
 

Refvik

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"Normand Serenade" i dokk på Halsnøy, den hadde vel grunnberøring her tidligere?
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Begge foto: Storesund Marine Services
 
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