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Maersk Supply lands contracts for newly built vessels

The two newly built Starfish vessels will head Down Under.

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Orders have ticked in for Maersk Supply Service's Starfish vessels, Maersk Master and Maersk Mariner.

The two vessels, built in 2017, will sail to other side of the globe, as Maersk has landed contracts with Quadrant Energy in Western Australia, which will launch drilling on the fields Phoenix South and Van Gogh in March. The contract will initially run from 150 to 200 days, and three wells will be drilled. The vessels will support Transocean's rig DD1.

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