Our Fleet

SPO operates a diverse fleet comprising more than 75 vessels in every major oil exploration region outside of US Gulf of Mexico.

D Class

The D Class vessels are built to Clean Class, SPS 2008 and ice notations. Equipped with 500 / 400-tonne RRM Brattvagg winches, these vessels are fuel-efficient and are equipped with the latest Dynamic Positioning (DP) technology and have the power to support the latest generation semi-submersible rigs operating in harsh deep water environments and have sufficient cargo capacity and clear deck space for a wide range of offshore applications.

C Class

The C Class vessels are fitted with a 400-tonne line pull Brattvagg winch ideal for mooring semi subs in over 1,000 metres of water. The vessel tanks can handle more than 1,300 m3 of recovered oil, which make it ideal for oil spill response work. The "Clean Design" ensures reduction in emissions to the environment.

V Class

The V Class vessels are ideal for towage jobs for a variety of rigs and deliver great efficiency in supply mode. Designed with a deadweight capacity of over 2,300 tonnes and a fuel-efficient power plant sufficient to give 120-tonne Bollard Pull.

P Class

With fuel efficient features, the P Class vessels offer excellent value to clients. These lower horsepower offshore vessels offer the versatility to carry out a variety of tasks, from supporting tanker offtakes and ROV spreads to FPSO positioning and construction support. They have also done well as survey support vessels in the seismic sector.

R Class

The R Class vessels are multi-purpose anchor handlers built according to an advanced UT738 design and are designed to support jack-up rigs and offshore installations. Equipped with large accommodation capacity and ample clear deck space, these vessels are also ideal for ROV operations.

W Class

The W Class vessels are ideal for all around semi-submersible rig support and have substantial horsepower and winch capacity. The UT710 designs are unique and ensure that these vessels are renowned for excellent station keeping in rough weather conditions.