SUBSEA

Vessels used for under water construction work, as well as for support for under water operations. Normally equipped with larger cranes, dynamic positioning system (DP), helipads and with a high degree of manning capacity.

Havila Harmony

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Havila Subsea

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Havila Phoenix

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AHTS (Anchor handling tug & supply vessel)

It is mainly being used for moving of rigs, putting out anchors, as well as for supply services. They are normally larger and more expensive vessel, and equipped with winches and cranes. The North-Sea is being dominated by larger AHTS’s, between 12.000-25.000 HP. Smaller share of vessel on firm contracts.

HAVILA VENUS

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HAVILA MARS

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HAVILA NEPTUNE

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HAVILA JUPITER

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HAVILA MERCURY

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PSV (Platform supply vessel)

It carries goods, water, drilling mud, chemicals, etc. to and from the offshore installations. Larger share of vessel on longer, firm contracts.

Havila Aurora

Havila Aurora

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Havila Borg

Havila Borg

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Havila Charisma

Havila Charisma

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Havila Clipper

Havila Clipper

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Havila Commander

Havila Commander

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Havila Crusader

Havila Crusader

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Havila Fanø

Havila Fanø

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Havila Foresight

Havila Foresight

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Havila Fortune

Havila Fortune

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Havila Herøy

Havila Herøy

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HAVILA TROLL (RRV) Rescue- and recovery vessel. It covers security services, such as oil spill preparedness, fire protection and operation of rescue- and recovery at the oil installations.

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