One more VLGC project
22nd Aug 2014
SeaQuest is fast becoming one of the most experienced third-party providers for shipbuilding project management and supervision services in the VLGC sector. We have recently been selected to supervise the construction of another VLGC new building, in this case by a leading European shipping company of oil, refined petroleum products and liquefied petroleum gas.
This is the fifth VLGC project awarded to SeaQuest in the last twelve months.
The 84,000 m3 LPG carrier will be constructed by Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd (HHI) of South Korea and delivery is scheduled for the summer of 2015.
Three more VLGCs for SeaQuest
31st Jul 2014
SeaQuest is pleased to announce we have been selected again, by a USA/Greece based ship owning company, to carry out the plan approval and supervision of a further three VLGCs new building projects which have been contracted this time with the South Korean shipbuilder DSME.
The site office opening will take place at the beginning of August. Vessels are scheduled for delivery to owners in the second half of 2015.
First steel cutting for UK MoD tanker
24th Jun 2014
Following a thorough and intense preparation period, the steel cutting of the first UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) Military Afloat Reach and Sustainability (MARS) tanker took place at DSME Okpo yard on 24 June 2014, in the presence of UK Navy representatives, shipbuilder’s top management personnel, SeaQuest Managing Director and General Manager Jan Andersson and the site team’s senior personnel. UK Navy Commodore R. Dorey carried out the ceremonial speech.
SeaQuest is in charge of the supervision of this project until delivery of the fourth, and last, vessel in South Korea, planned for the second quarter (Q2) of 2017.
Back to China for Capesizes
9th Jun 2014
SeaQuest will soon be returning and operating in China again following the signature of two contracts for plan approval & supervision and supervision monitoring of four and three Capesize bulk carriers respectively, for Monaco based clients. Once again our boiler suits will be seen in a Chinese yard, this time the Shanghai Waigaoqiao. Completion of the two projects is scheduled in the second half of 2015 and 2016.