Caledonian Fleet berth at Dales Marine Aberdeen
The Caledonian Vanguard and Caledonian Vision, both operated by BP, docked for 11 days in Aberdeen last month for deconstruction work on the Project Noah rescue davit equipment. A team of 52 engineers and fabricators worked on-board both vessels during the deconstruction period.
Following the removal of both vessel's davits and support structures, over 1100 meters of aft deck space had been cleared. Measuring at 93 metres long, the rescue supply vessels have now become the largest platform vessels in the North Sea.
This month, Dales Marine will also carry out work on-board the Caledonian Vigilance meaning all three BP vessels will be completed and back operationing for the rest of the year.