Great news for those seeking to charter a true workhorse mini-supply vessel! The Guice Offshore GO Patriot is available for charter and will be ready to depart from Port Fourchon in Louisiana within days!
A Master Boat Builder 150-class DP1 mini-supply vessel, the GO Patriot is expected to complete her U.S. Coast Guard-mandated dry docking and scheduled maintenance between April 16-20.
“Given the GO Patriot’s Subchapter L and I certification from the U.S. Coast Guard, she is well-suited for specialized work in the oil and gas industry, government projects and alternative energy,” Guice Offshore Principal Billy Guice noted. “With 20 bunks and leading below-deck capacities for her class, the GO Patriot is often employed in support of diving inspections, production runs and platform projects.”
In addition to a fresh coat of “GO Green” paint, the GO Patriot has had all U.S. Coast Guard documentation renewed and an updated annual trial of its Beier Integrated Systems Dynamic Positioning, thus eliminating any possible charter interruption due to regulatory requirements or DP equipment updates.
To view the GO Patriot technical specifications, click here.
Guice Offshore is widely considered to be the U.S. Flag leader in the operation of dynamically positioned mini-supply vessels for the “specialty” marketplace. The company regularly provides vessel and technical services to a broad spectrum of critical industries like aerospace; film production; oil and gas; government and military; environmental; disaster response and recovery; inspection, maintenance and repair; science and research; salvage; geotechnical and surveying; and alternative energy industries such as offshore wind farms.