21 April 2016 - POSH TERASEA OFFSHORE PTE LTD (PTO) successfully delivered the Glen Lyon FPSO from Ulsan, Korea to Haugesund, Norway.
In the wee hours of 2nd June 2016, Captain Oleg Zhiltsov of Terasea Osprey received a radio call from a Greek shore station (RCC) to proceed to a location where a severely overloaded boat was located. At 0750h, our worst fears were realized when the severely overloaded boat capsized. Rescue boat and Work boat were readied and launched with scrambling nets rigged at rescue zones. By 1120h, the rescue operation was concluded. All survivors were provided with first aid, food, water, warm drinks and blankets. In all, 65 persons were rescued.
Salviceroy arrived in Aliaga first light of 16th May 2016 and handed the GSF Rig 135 over to local tugs. The entire voyage of 850nm was completed in just under 10 days at an average general speed of 4.5 knots.
Tug and Tow arrived in Aliaga in the morning of the 11th May 2016 and handed the John Shaw over to local tugs. They made an impressive average general speed of 7.2 knots, covering the voyage of 3,700nm in just over 21 days.
On the 27th January, SALVERITAS took over the towing bridle of drillship Deepwater Navigator offshore Macae, Brazil, heading towards the Mediterranean Port of Valetta, Malta.
POSH Terasea is backed by dedicated and experienced marine crew and onshore personnel and the synergy of hardware and experience gives the company an edge in delivering efficient and safe turnkey solutions and specialised services.
A joint venture between PACC OFFSHORE SERVICES HOLDINGS LTD and Terasea Pte Ltd, the company has the benefit of support and strong backing by established parent companies, which is a part of the Kuok Group of Companies, Ezion Holdings and Seabridge Marine.