Linde-G, a new standby safety vessel being built by Shipyard De Hoop for Rederij Groen, recently completed sea trials.
A speed of 20 knots was achieved during the vessel’s speed and endurance trials in the North Sea.
Linde-G’s dynamic positioning will then undergo testing during the final phase of trials before the start of the vessel's operational sailing under its new owners.
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