Telford Offshore’s fleet of DP3 vessels is equipped with large, unobstructed deck areas up to 1500m2 and cranes capable of lifting up to 800 tonnes, making the company your ideal partner for projects requiring serious lifting capability. The Telford fleet can deliver multiple and cost-effective services – lifting, accommodation, pipelay and more – from a single vessel.
Our cranes, coupled with the accommodation capacity in our hybrid DP3 fleet, have been the choice of major industry players around the world.
For example, the 800t crane aboard Telford 25 was used in the Delta South Living Quarter Platform installation on the TIP Project for Chevron, offshore Nigeria.
Telford 31, equipped with a 400t deepwater active heave compensated crane was used by ExxonMobil to install four piles and associated manifolds in depths up to 1200m as part of the Erha North Phase 2 Project, also offshore Nigeria. The same vessel was engaged by BW Offshore to install an Emergency Generator onboard the Sendje Berge FPSO, also offshore Nigeria.
Telford 34, sister ship to Telford 25, and equipped with an 800 tonne crane was selected by Enap Sipetrol in Argentina for the PIAM pipelay/removal project in the Magellan Strait.
The capability of our fleet of modern DP3 vessels combines operational capability with comfortable, high-quality accommodation. This flexibility means we can handle any offshore lifting project from platform installation, construction, and decommissioning to brownfield modification activities or topside lift projects.