choose one
The Prosafe - operated accommodation and workshop unit arrived to Remontowa S.A. late November 2013, to undergo repairs, maintenance and upgrade. It was actually the fourth unit serviced by Remontowa for Prosafe, with the previous being: Safe Caledonia, Safe Esbjerg and Safe Bristolia.
The focus and aims of the project were amongst others, to increase her mooring capability (by replacing 12 mooring winches and anchor cables), replace the original deck cranes and refurbish the cabins. Berth cabin modules have been replaced with new ones, hulls and columns maintenance and painting have been performed with the unit lifted up on the shipyard’s own heavy-lift barge REM Lift 25 000. As most of the extensive range of works, mentioned above, had been completed – the undocking of the unit went smoothly on a fine, sunny day of March 8, 2014.

However, the platform didn’t depart from the yard immediately afterwards. The completion of repair and upgrade works were on the agenda after undocking, not to mention test-runs and activation of the unit's systems. Also heeling (stability) tests were executed prior to Safe Scandinavia departure (on the picture above).
The works were carried out by the shipyard through mechanical completion procedure till full commissioning. Remontowa S.A. delivered the converted rig as well as the full documentation (mechanical completion documents) reflecting the actual state of the floating unit after completion of the project. The platform departed from Remontowa S.A. on 13th of April 2014 (on the picture below – the platform in the waters of the Gdansk Bay).

The offshore units serviced at Remontowa S.A. so far include jack-ups, semi-submersibles, drilling and production rigs, accommodation and maintenance units belonging to the offshore oil and gas world, as well as heavy-lift jack-up vessels of the offshore renewable sector. During certain period over the recent years there have been even as many as four offshore mobile units simultaneously serviced at the yard.

Copyright 2005 Remontowa