Unfinished cable vessel wins another contract

Cable installing vessel Maersk Connector wins its fourth order within a few months, before the ship is even fully fitted out and completed.

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Maersk Connector, a cable installation vessel which is owned by Maersk Supply Service and leased by Deep Ocean cable, has received its fourth order to install underwater cables within a few months. And the brand new vessel has not yet had a chance to prove its worth, reports Norwegian media

ShippingWatch has previously reported how Maersk Connector has managed to win contracts to fit cables for several offshore wind projects, amounting to a total value of approximately USD 143 million.

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