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Deep Sea Supply awarded contracts

Deep Sea Supply has been awarded a contract for 2 years firm plus 3 yearly options with Statoil (U.K.) Ltd.

Deep Sea Supply has been awarded a contract for 2 years firm plus 3 yearly options with Statoil (U.K.) Ltd for the PSV Sea Falcon for operations in the North Sea. Expected commencement is 4Q 2016. 

Furthermore, the PSVs Sea Frost and Sea Supra have been awarded 60 days and 90 days firm contracts, respectively, plus 120 days options for an international oil company for operations in Asia. The vessels commenced the charter contracts in mid April 2016.  

Lastly, the PSV Sea Titus has been awarded 4 months firm plus 2 months options for an international oil company for operations in South America. The vessel commenced the charter contract on 9 April 2016.  

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