PSV Friday ↓
This week has swung back and forth between platform supply vessel and anchor handler days.
After a bunch of AHTS were fixed up yesterday, the situation has reversed in favour of PSVs.
There has been a solitary AHTS fixture today with Statoil picking up the 260-tbp Olympic Zeus (built 2009) for supply duties.
Brokers say the vessel was hired at NOK 125,000 per day.
Otherwise it was PSVs all round.
The Norwegian energy firm is paying NOK 105,000 apiece per day for the 4,230-dwt North Stream (built 1998) and 4,850-dwt North Purpose (built 2010).
Eni has grabbed the 3,300-dwt Dina Supplier (built 2006) for a cargo run but brokers are mum on the rate.
BP fixed the 4,800-dwt PSV Olympic Commander (built 2012) for 10 days firm plus 10 options at NOK 160,000 per day.
And finally Subsea 7 bagged the 4,700-dwt Troms Capella (built 2011) for seven days firm plus seven options at an unreported rate.
By Jason O'Connell in London
Published: 15:17 GMT, 08 Jun 12 | updated: 15:17 GMT, 08 Jun 12