Solstad Offshore sells two ships

Offshore carrier Solstad Offshore parts ways with two ships, delivered to their new owner on Wednesday. The company is currently undergoing a restructuring that entails the divestment of 37 ships.

Photo: Solstad Offshore

Hard-pressed offshore carrier Solstad Offshore continues the clean-up of its fleet by selling two ships. This is done through subsidiary International Offshore Services, informs Solstad in a statement.

The two ships, Lady Astrid and Lady Caroline, are both of the AHTS type. Both ships have today, Wednesday, been delivered to their new owner. Sales will thus be included in the financial record of Solstad's first quarter of 2021.

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