Delivery of award-winning offshore vessel pushed to 2017

Havyard has agreed to postpone the delivery of an award-winning hybrid PSV by more than a year as Icelandic Fafnir, which has ordered the newbuilding, lacks backing from its lenders.

Photo: PR-illustration: Havyard

Norwegian shipbuilder Havyard has signed an agreement to postpone the delivery of an award-winning offshore supply vessel to June 2017. The ship was originally scheduled for delivery to Icelandic carrier Fafnir in March 2016, informs Fafnir in a statement.

Even though the ship is far from ready for launch, it won the environmental award at the Offshore Support Journal Conference in London in January 2015 for its forward-thinking hybrid driveline.

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