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Oceanco’s Project Bravo delivered


Oceanco delivered the 357-foot (109m) Project Bravo to its owners on Dec. 20.

Launched on Nov. 17, the vessel completed sea trials in winter conditions, exceeding performance expectations, according to a statement from Oceanco.

Bravo is expected to return to Oceanco after the New Year for some final touches.

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