WWW.SHIPSANDOIL.COM
home   Picture of the Day     ship information   articles and features     news and views   publications   webcam 

Locations of visitors to this page

HOME
PICTURE OF THE DAY
NORTH EUROPEAN SHIPS
SOUTH ATLANTIC AND CARRIBEAN
INDIA AND INDIAN OCEAN
NORTH AMERICAN SHIPS
FAR EAST AND AUSTRALIA
MEDITERRANEAN AND MIDDLE EAST
ARTICLES AND FEATURES
NEWS AND VIEWS
PUBLICATIONS
WEBCAM

 

   

SEABULK

Seabulk Offshore started from fairly small beginnings in the 1990s.They are probably best known for their enthusiasm for buying up obscure supply ship companies with fleets of ageing ships. Apparently by 2005 they owned over 100 ships (Info from "The History of the Supply Ship") but all of them rather old, except for the three UT 755s which are included here.

In 2005 Seabulk became part of the Seacor empire which itself owned a lot of old stuff. Due to our failure to keep up with precisely what has been happening in the United States as far as this business is concerned we are leaving this page as it is, rather than trying to get this history together.

I reviewed this page in February 2012 and decided that trying to go back and research Seabulk would be time consuming and troublesome but from my book "The History of the Supply Ship" I discovered the words - that by 2005 Seabulk were operating a fleet of more than 100 ships, and certainly in 2005 I can finds records of 49 anchor-handlers and 40 platform ships. When I feel like it I may include details of these ships in this page.

 



UT755L SEABULK AFRICA
SEABULK AGRA
SEABULK BRAZIL
BUILT: 2003 SIMEK

Photo by: George Craigen

GENERAL PROPULSION CARGO CAPACITY
Length OA 72 m Engines 2 x Bergen Fuel 1048 m3
Breadth 16 m BHP 5460 bhp Pot water 837 m3
DWT 3292 tonnes For'd Thrusters 2 x 800 bhp Mud 977 m3
Deck area 680 m2 Az Thruster   Base oil  
    Aft Thrusters 2 x 700 bhp Brine 390 m3
Year built 2003 Joystick   Dry bulk 320 m3
Shipyard  SIMEK DP   Tank Cleaning Tofte

 

 

 



 

SHIPPING COMPANY INFORMATION

NORTH AMERICAN COMPANIES

Abdon Callais
AET Offshore
Aries Marine Corp
Atlantic Towing
Bisso Marine
C&G Boats
Deepocean
Edison Chouest
Ensco Marine
Flomex Shipping
Gulf Americas
Harvey Gulf
Hornbeck
J Ray McDermott
L&M Botruc
Naviera Bourbon
Neches Gulf
Odyssea Marine
Otto Candies
Rowan
Seabulk
Seacor Marine
Sea Mar Inc
Secunda Canada
Southern States
Tidewater
Trico Marine
Zapata Gulf


SOUTH ATLANTIC AND CARRIBEAN COMPANIES

Astromaritima
BOS
Bourbon Maritima
CBO
Delba Maritima
Delta Logistics
DOF Brazil
Finarge Brazil
Gulf Brazil
Gulf Trinidad
Odekole International
Radam Maritime
Saveiros Camuyrano
Seatrucks Group
South Patagonia Services
Siem Brazil
Ultrapetrol
Vega Offshore
WSUT

INDIAN COMPANIES

ABS Marine
Alpha Logistics
Dolphin Offshore
Global Offshore
GOL Offshore
Hind Offshore
Indus
Seamac Ltd
Trinity Offshore
Varun Shipping

 

 



 

 

 

 

The details of vessels have been compiled from a number of sources and are not guaranteed to be correct. All photographs remain the property of the photographer and may not be used for any commercial purpose, either in print or electronically without permission.  The articles contained on the site remain the intellectual property of the authors and must not be reproduced in part or in full without permission.