Divetech Marine successfully completes azimuth thrusters removal assignment
Singapore, September 23, 2013 : Divetech Marine successfully completed the underwater securing and removal of 6 azimuth Rolls Royce thrusters for drill ship Deepwater Millennium.
Divers and coordinators from Divetech Marine liaised closely with thruster manager and engineers from Transocean and staff from Kim Heng Marine and Offshore to have strand jack anchors and lifting crane shackle secured for the removal of the 6 azimuth Rolls Royce thrusters of 65 tonnes each to deck. These thrusters will be sent for refurbishment and are due for reinstallation at a later date.
Divers, equipped with KMB bandmasks for surface supplied air, mounted CCTV cameras, underwater lights and necessary tools completed operations safely and in record time to minimise lengthy decompression times.
The result: Another satisfied customer and safe return for the diving personnel.
Yet another successful assignment carried out by Divetech Marine and we thank all parties who have in one way or another assisted us in the operation.