The Fleet

For more information on our world class seismic vessels, download the individual vessel specification datasheets below

 

  

Polarcus Amani

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Polarcus Amani A-Class

Year Built
2012
Streamers
14
Ice-Class
ICE-1A*
Triple-E rating
1

Polarcus Adira

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Polarcus Adira A-Class

Year Built
2012
Streamers
14
Ice-Class
ICE-1A*
Triple-E rating
1

Polarcus Asima

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Polarcus Asima A-Class

Year Built
2010
Streamers
12
Ice-class
ICE-1A
Triple-E rating
1

Polarcus Alima

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Polarcus Alima A-Class

Year Built
2011
Streamers
12
Ice-Class
ICE-1A
Triple-E rating
1

Polarcus Nadia

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Polarcus Nadia N-Class (currently cold stacked)

Year Built
2009
Streamers
12
Ice-class
ICE-C
Triple-E rating
2

Polarcus Naila

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Polarcus Naila N-Class

Year Built
2010
Streamers
14
Ice-Class
ICE-C
Triple-E rating
1

Vyacheslav Tikhonov

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Vyacheslav Tikhonov S-Class

Year Built
2011
Streamers
8
Ice-Class
ICE-1A
Triple-E rating
1

 

 Increasing Efficiency

 

Drag Reduction

 

Through innovation we have achieved an average drag reduction of approx. 5% by implementing new fairings and upgrading deflectors across the fleet.

An additional 5% we believe is achievable, resulting in optimized towing efficiencies and a reduced environmental footprint.

 

Benefits

 

Minimize environmental footprint
  • Reduce engine output
  • Improve fuel efficiency
  • Lower exhaust emissions
Improve spread stability and geophysical quality
  • Optimized near offset
  • Shallower depth of catenaries

We have the current ability to tow ultra-wide spreads up to 1,800 m, enabling configurations of:

  • 8 x 200 m (1,400 m)
  • 10 x 200 m (1,800 m)
  • 12 x 150 m (1,650 m)
  • 14 x 100 m (1,300 m)