First CSOVs to be built in India

4C Offshore | Sue Allen
By: 05/11/2022 4C

Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) has bagged an international order for the construction of two Commissioning Service Operation Vessels (CSOV) from a European client, with an option to build four more of such vessels to be exercised by the Owner within a period of one year. These vessels are intended for the services of offshore wind farm installations towards its commissioning and maintenance.

These specialised vessels are being contracted for the first time in India. The estimated project cost for the firm order is approximately Rs. 1000 crore (approximately €124 million) and the project completion time is 35 months.

The client has not yet been confirmed.

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