Special offshore vessels

Special offshore vessels

Special offshore vessels (such as decommissioning, multipurpose vessels) are prototype designs that are usually unique and unprecedented in one way or another. Our recent notable projects include the Pioneering Spirit.

Because of the unique nature of operations, special vessels require a solid background in marine and offshore engineering as well as new way of thinking and innovative design solutions. The big difference between copying old projects and creating new ones through learning from experience plays a huge part in these projects. Our history in ship design and offshore projects gives us the confidence and workmanship that the client’s project requires.

Deltamarin offers project support ranging from small outline design teams comprising a couple of engineers to fully integrated engineering project teams of several hundred people. We can cover all the phases and disciplines that the client’s unique special vessel project requires.

Some of the specialities that our customers give us credit for are:

  • Experienced project management to execute large and complex projects – on time and on budget
  • The development of innovative design solutions for unique operational requirements
  • High performance, energy efficiency and a low-emission footprint
  • The ability to cover the whole design process and all disciplines within it from idea generation to construction drawings
  • Knowledge of rules and regulations and good communication with authorities during the design process

For more information, please contact

Esa Jokioinen
Sales, offshore
Tel. +358 2 4336 344
Mobile +358 40 834 8112
Special offshore vessels - Pioneering Spirit D.P. Platform Installation/Removal and Pipelay Vessel - Allseas

Example of our special offshore vessel references

‘Pioneering Spirit’

One of the largest individual engineering packages contracted by Deltamarin for the largest construction and pipelay vessel ever built.

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See all our special offshore vessel references