Skip to main content

OSD designs IMT2001 Scientific Research Vessel for TORI

Published by
Oilfield Technology,



Offshore Ship Designers (OSD-IMT) has signed a new contract for an IMT2001 Scientific Research Vessel for the Taiwanese Ocean Research Institute (TORI). The vessel will be used to support long-term oceanographic observation programmes, including the operation of unmanned ROVs, terrain survey and mapping, seismic pattern detection, long-core sampling, compiling diagrams of topology and stratum, and performing real time data processing and sampling within its onboard laboratory facilities.

The IMT2001 will be fitted with two ‘A’ Frames, two deck cranes, an ROV launch and a recovery ‘A’ Frame with umbilical winch, streamer winch and gun array and an MEBO200 seabed drilling rig which can conduct core drilling down to 200 m below the sea floor and can be fitted with a range of different deck equipment spreads.

The 76 m x 16 m vessel will have accommodation for 43 persons (crew and scientists) and will be classed with Taiwanese Classification Society (CR) for worldwide operation. It will be equipped with diesel-electric power generation, two main azimuth propulsion thrusters and two bow tunnel thrusters with the dynamic position notation DP-1

The vessel will be built by Triyards Shipyard in Ho Chi Minh City and is scheduled for delivery in August 2017.


 Adapted from a press release by Louise Mulhall

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/12022016/osd-designs-imt2001-scientific-research-vessel-for-tori/

 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):