Acergy Condor IMO: Build: HDW Nobiskrug – Rendsburg in Germany, nr as Seaway Condor When I first looked into this. Acergy S.A. was an international offshore seabed to surface engineering and construction Ships: Acergy Condor, Acergy Discovery, Acergy Eagle, Acergy Falcon, Acergy Harrier, Acergy Hawk, Acergy Legend, Acergy Osprey, Acergy Petrel. The company now known as Acergy was formed by Stolt Nielsen in as a provider of diving services. TYPE: NAME: Acergy Harrier, PHOTO: Tony Poll.

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In later years it acquired its competitor Comex and then the offshore construction and pipeline installer ETPM.

For a while it was known as Stolt Comex Seaway. The ships were painted yellow and were called “Seaway” something. In it changed its name to “Acergy”, acwrgy following the listing of the company on the Oslo stock exchange. This is the first company to be listed here which only owns construction vessels of one sort or another, so the format is a bit flexible and the information provided variable.


Ships calls Vitoria: Acergy Condor

Company owned and chartered vessels are included so some may also appear on the pages devoted to other ship-owners. A while ago I received an email form someone complaining that I had included Acergy in the website, but had not included Subsea 7. This problem has now been solved because Subsea 7 have combined with Acergy, and all is now known as Subsea 7. There will therefore be no more additions to this page.

SEVEN CONDOR, Pipe Layer – Details and current position – IMO – VesselFinder

Accommodation for 86 persons. Workdrum pull – Breadth The company now known as Acergy was formed by Stolt Nielsen in as a provider of diving services.

Seacom, Norskald, Seaway Osprey. Accommodation for 97 persons.

Pacific Constructor, Seaway Hawk. Accommodation for persons. This is a very unusual ship!

Fitted with “tiltable lay system. Capacity for t x mm chain. Jan Plug, Vic Gibson. Currently employed in Norway.