Sealink Delivers New Vessel

July 2, 2009

At the end of June, Sealink Slipways at Miri delivered a 53.8-by-13.8-m Offshore and Support Vessel to Rederij Groen B.V. of the Netherlands. Unlike Sealink’s Venture G, the new Maria G is powered by a pair of Cummins KTA50-M2 mains and uses three Cummins QSM11DM-powered 245 kW generators. The vessel also has a hydraulic crane on deck and a Schottel STT 330 LK FPP tunnel type 5-ton bow thruster.

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