Norwegian shipping families invest in offshore wind

Norwind Offshore, owned by Norwegian families Farstad and Volstad, invests in three vessels valued at NOK 1.4 billion from shipbuilder Vard.

Photo: Vard / Norwind Offshore

Norwegian families Farstad and Volstad, the owners of Norwind Offshore, have entered a contract with shipyard Vard for the design and construction of two Commissioning Service Operation Vessels and the conversion of a Platform Supply Vessel, informs a press release from Vard.

The Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) will be converted to a Service Operation Vessel (SOV).

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