Seaeye - Press Release - December
TIGER TEN TOTALS TWENTY
We would like to offer our congratulations to
the combined ROVTECH and TECHNIP ROV crew onboard
CSO Alliance who have just passed the significant
milestone of 20,000 thousand hours of operations
with their Seaeye Tiger serial number 10. This
is equates to more than 2 ¼ years underwater!
During all of this time the ROV has experienced
only 209 hours of down time for repair - or just
a little over 1%. Not only is this a credit to
the robustness of ROV but also to the team that
have operated and maintained it so well.
Seaeye Tiger 10 was delivered to Aberdeen based
Rovtech in June 1998 and since then it has mainly
been employed in diver support operations for
Technip in the UK sector of the North Sea.
A total of 51 Seaeye Tigers have been delivered
around the world since it was first introduced
eight years ago as a replacement for the Seaeye
For more information about Seaeye Tiger click
PLUS UPS THE ANTE
In September we published a photo of GB Diving’s
Surveyor Plus serial number 28 on operations in
the Black sea fitted out with TSS’ latest
pipe tracker. Since then, Les Sandry of SUBCO,
not to be outdone, has kindly sent us pictures
of their Surveyor Plus serial number 830 fitted
with TSS, plus dual head profilers and a survey
Can anyone top that?
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