Royal IHC has developed a new class of vessels to address the growing need for IMR and light construction activity, the IHC OSV T3000-20. This high capability vessel combines the latest technology on a compact platform for lowest total cost of ownership.
Highest capability on the smallest footprint
Substantial improvements in workability
Innovative power and propulsion package
HIGH CAPABILITY, SMALL FOOTPRINT
The vessel has been optimised for ROV and light construction operations. A dedicated covered moonpool for the work-class ROV’s and the integration of the subsea crane result in substantial enhancement in workability. IHC’s proven hull form has been systematically verified and improved based on a strong track record. The power and propulsion package is a highly redundant fuel efficient hybrid system which significantly reduces maintenance costs and combines best of AC and DC grids, whilst having outstanding station-keeping abilities.
The vessel is designed in line with IHC’s Pinnacle of Performance design philosophy, putting substantial emphasis on crew comfort and efficiency. The IHC OSV T3000-20's workflow has been designed with maximum efficiency in mind while accommodation areas have been separated and offer a high degree of comfort. The vessel’s cabins and accommodation capacity is flexible and can be tailored up to a maximum complement of 88 people.