Bordelon Marine LLC announced yesterday that it has renewed the charter agreement with Oceaneering International Inc. for the 257'x52'x18' Brandon Bordelon —a DP-2 Jones Act-compliant ultra-light intervention vessel — for an additional two-year term. The charter agreement renewal began in February 2022.
The vessel is mobilized with two Oceaneering Millennium Plus work class remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and Oceaneering survey equipment and technology. The vessel is typically used to conduct a variety of projects including ROV and diving support, pre-lay and post-lay mat installation, well abandonment and wireline services, hydrate remediation, subsea pumping, inspection, maintenance, and repair (IMR) as well as light construction and installation.
The 3,285-dwt Brandon Bordelon has a loaded draft of 15' and a 140'x45' main deck area. It features capacities of 69,126 gals. of potable water and 122,000 gals. of fuel. The vessel was built at Bordelon Marine Shipbuilders in 2015.
According to its website, Lockport, La.-based Bordelon owns and operates a fleet of 10 modern offshore support vessels ranging in size and type from DP-1 mini-supply vessels to MPSV 260 DP-2 vessels.
Houston-based Oceaneering International provides subsea engineered services and products primarily to the offshore energy industry.