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Deploying a flexible asset model, we blend long term vessel charters, with short term spot requirements, from partners and the wider market. Typically utilising up to 15 different vessels each year, we are agile and responsive. Vessel utilisation is determined by our clients’ needs. We assess each asset based on quality, overall project suitability and sustainability.

Normand Vision

Normand Vision is a high capacity Construction Support Vessel (CSV) of type VARD 3 06.

Normand Vision is a high capacity Construction Support Vessel (CSV) of type VARD 3 06. The vessel is built for heavy construction work, and is highly advanced when it comes to station keeping, efficiency and operational performance.


Equipped with a class 3 DP system, 3000t underdeck carousel, a 150t Vertical Lay Spread System (VLS), a 400t Active Heave Compensated (AHC) crane and two work class Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), she is designed to operate efficiently under demanding conditions and is purpose built for SURF (Subsea Umbilicals, Risers and Flowlines) operations.

Island Victory

Island Victory is a holder of a world record bollard pull of 477 Te.

Island Victory is a modern and unmatched DP3 platform equipped with array of top-of-the art systems such as 7x special anchor handling and storage winches, 1x 250Te AHC Subsea crane, 2x Schilling UHD WROVs (moonpool and overside), hybrid propulsion system. Island Victory is capable to perform an unprecedented range of subsea construction and decommissioning projects worldwide at any depth including installation of complex mooring arrangements and conventional construction works. Island Victory is also designed to operate in extreme ice conditions and is a vessel of Ice 1A class.

Normand Frontier

The Normand Frontier is a state-of-the-art DP2 subsea construction support vessel with high capabilities.

Normand Frontier is a multipurpose subsea construction vessel which is engaged in demanding operations in the Barents Sea including conventional subsea construction activities and complex RFO scopes.