New Survey Vessel Discovery Starts Work for Fugro Survey

August 2007
Sea Technology;Aug2007, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p61
The article announces that Fugro Discovery, the newly commissioned survey vessel of Fugro Survey Ltd., has begun its inaugural survey program. The vessel cruised for a variety of clients of acoustic and visual pipeline inspection work in the North Sea. Fugro Discovery features a dual Focus-2 towed remotely operated vehicle (ROV) system to deliver side scan sonar inspection data, onboard processing and reporting.


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