More than 60 offshore ships will never return to the market

Numerous offshore vessels remain withdrawn from the market in the North Sea, and they will need to be sold to another sector if they are to return to work, brokers tell Sysla.

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More than 60 offshore ships are still withdrawn from the North Sea market, and much is needed if they are to find work again, several shipbrokers tell Sysla.

"The ships that are left now are very poor. They are too small, too old and too expensive to pull out. Not all, but almost," says Kenneth Rogne Johansen of Hagland Shipbrokers to the media.

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