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These barges have either fixed accommodation or are equipped with accommodation modules – typically 2-man, 4-man or 8-man cabins, depending on local regulations – and come in two kinds:

  • Alongside accommodation barges can connect to shore-side power, fresh water and sewage.

  • Offshore accommodation barges are fully autonomous and used mainly offshore in the oil and gas industries. When such vessels are also equipped with a crane, and can lay pipe offshore, they’re known as ‘lay barges’.



Large 450 pax accommodation work barge built to comply with SPS 2008 and latest Ballast Water Treatment convention. Equipped with large clear deck space and storage capacity for Fuel Oil and Water, helideck as well as  300T capacity, man-riding capable crane for offshore installation and maintenance work.
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