MAN behind record engine installation on crane vessel

MAN Diesel & Turbo will deliver dual-fuel engines for a new offshore crane vessel for Singapore-based Heerema Offshore Services and Sembcorp Marine. One of the biggest engine installations on a single vessel ever, notes the engine manufacturer.

Photo: MAN Diesel & Turbo/Heerema Offshore/Sembcorp Marine

Engine group MAN Diesel & Turbo has secured a new order to deliver 12 engines for a new offshore crane vessel for Sembcorp Marine and Heerema Offshore Services, informs MAN Diesel & Turbo in a statement.

The order involves 12 dual-fuel four-stroke engines that will make up the propulsion system for Heerema's so-called New Semi-Submersible Crane Vessel (NSCV).

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