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For an initial period of 2 years, the contract is worth around $19 million, and provides for Mermaid to serve customers in the Gulf of Thailand, requires the use of 2 ROV support vessels simultaneously and will utilize Mermaid Sapphire and a vessel of opportunity.
Case Funding will also consider Vessel of Opportunity (VOO), Real Property Sales Loss, Wetland Real Property Damage, Coastal Real Property Damage and Seafood Compensation claims for funding under the program.
When required, a vessel of opportunity will transit to the survey location and acoustically interrogate the AMTs to recover their data using a Sonardyne Dunker 6 modem deployed over the side of the vessel.
This mobile unit can be utilized from CDI's fleet of dynamically positioned vessels, or any suitable vessel of opportunity.
In addition to having design, equipment and technical upgrades that make the vessel more suited for conducting aids to navigation and search and rescue missions, the Keeper class tenders will be specifically designed to deploy a vessel of opportunity oil skimming system, which will be positioned near the vessel's homeport.
In addition to having design, equipment and technical upgrades that make the vessel more suited for conducting aids to navigation and search and rescue missions, the Keeper Class tenders will be specifically designed to deploy a Vessel of Opportunity Oil Skimming System, which will be positioned near the vessel's home port.