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Saipem 7000

Ower: Saipem 
Type: Self propelled dynamically positioned semisubmersible


Deep Energy

Ower: Technip UK
Type: Pipel/lay vessel
Period: first quarter 2015

Lewek Constellation

Owner: Emas Offshore
Type: Pipe-lay vessel
Period:December 2014 / First quarter 2015






Castoro Sei

Owner: Saipem S.p.A.
Type: Semi-submersible pipelay vessel.
Period: July 2014


Eigenaar: Allseas
Type: Pipelaying vessel
Periode: 3 quarter 2009

Allseas pipelay vessel Solitaire left the yard early September 2009. The vessel was drydocked in Keppel Verolme mammoth drydock (405 x 90 m) for modification. During this period, the yard installed new components and systems to receive two new thrusters being number 9 and 10. The scope of work also included repair & maintenance and a painting program.


Eigenaar: Allseas
Type: Pipelay vessel
Periode: Forth quarter 2010

The pipelay vessel Lorelay stayed in our yard for a life time extension upgrade.

Castoro Sei

Eigenaar: Saipem
Type: Semi-submersible pipelay vessel
Periode: 2009 - 2010

The semi-submersible pipelay vessel, Castoro Sei was in the Keppel Verolme's drydock for repair and modification. In October 2009 Saipem's semi sub-mersible pipelay vessel Castoro Sei arrived in the Keppel Verolme yard for dry-docking, modifications and an extensive paint program. The yard has been tasked to overhaul four thrusters, install new stinger handling support rails and repair and the onboard gantry cranes and fendering system. The vessel was undocked end January 2010 and moored alongside after a dry-dock period of three months.

Calamity Jane

Eigenaar: Allseas Group S.A
Type: DP support and subsea installation vessel
Periode: Arrival January 2010


Eigenaar: Allseas
Type: Dynamically positioned pipelay vessel
Periode: 2006 - 2007

In September 2007 pipelay vessel Audacia left the Keppel Verolme yard for seatrials. The Panamax bulk carrier was converted into a dynamically positioned facility, capable of operating in ultra-deepwaters of up to 3,000 metres in dephth. Delivery of new engine rooms, thrusters, additional cranes and accommodations were part of Keppel Verolme's workscope. The vessel received a complete new accommodation block including navigation bridge. In addition, the main deck was closed and a fully covered pipe firing line was constructed and equipped. Operating equipment was installed below deck for the newly fitted series of fixed and retractable thrusters, and a total of three engine rooms were built and equipped to supply the power to all pipe laying and DP units. A huge stinger handling frame was installed on the bow of the vessel and the 112 meter long stinger was fitted.