The latest addition to the Dutch Maritime Services Provider – Seacontractor, the Eurocarrier 2611 multicat SEA OLOUS made her maiden call while she’s enroute to Egypt last Friday 9th February, 2024 passing breakwaters at 0804 hrs with her last port of call was Le Havre, France.
The robust, efficient and flexible design of the EuroCarrier makes it one of the best vessels for anchor handling, dredging support and survey activities.
Built at Neptune Shipyards as yard number NP 612 she’s 26.48 meters long (loa) with 11 m beam.
She’s equipped with two powerful HEILA deck cranes – HLRM 230-4SL in forward position and HLRM140-3S in aft position. She has a Bollard Pull of 33.9 tons and can operate in shallow waters with a draft of 2.61 meters.
SEA OLOUS boasts an impressive deck space, allowing for efficient cargo handling, equipment storage, and various offshore activities. Its advanced propulsion system guarantees enhanced maneuverability and stability, enabling precise positioning even in challenging conditions.
She’s also the sister vessel to SEA EIDUM which was also seen at the same berth at Wine Wharf last July 2023 of which we issued an article too – https://maltashipphotos.com/maiden-call-2023-built-multicat-sea-eidum-at-malta-july-2023/
For more images regarding SEA OLOUS please click here – https://maltashipphotos.com/photo/sea-olous-09-02-2024/
She left Valletta today, Monday 12th February at 1348 hrs bound to Port Said, Egypt.
During her stay at Grand Harbour she was berthed at Wine Wharf, part of Valletta Cruise Port (VCP) – www.vallettacruiseport.com