Headquartered in Singapore, Otto Marine owns and operates one of the largest shipyards in Batam, Indonesia. Our customers are primarily major oil companies in the oil and gas industry and fleet operators who provide logistics support to offshore service companies.
We specialise in building complex offshore support vessels, like the MT6009L MPSV; VS491CD 21,000bhp, 250 tonnes bollard pull AHTS and MT6022XL OCV. These are Norwegian designed, DNV classed vessels capable of operating in harsh deep sea conditions including the North Sea. The MT6009L MPSV was the first of her design to be built in Asia. She is a hybrid diesel-electric propelled vessel that is clean design and environmental friendly and provides its crew with comfort class accommodation. The 3,200DWT vessel is designed to allow cargo carrying capacity to be optimised. Our yard in Batam, Indonesia has one of the best infrastructure in the region including our very own Syncrolift® with Rolls Royce equipment. We have a strong team of engineers and naval architects to ensure that the vessels we deliver are of superior quality and standard.
With the excellent infrastructure in our shipyard and our own Syncrolift®, we are able to offer repair & conversion and fabrication services with a fast turnaround time. Our strong team of engineers and naval architects will ensure that the vessels get the attention they deserve. Having built a wide range of offshore support vessels including the Norwegian design and DNV Class MPSV and AHTS, our yard is equipped to repair a wide range of vessels from simple ocean-going tugs to the sophisticated and complex offshore support vessels.
We have a fleet of offshore support vessels to cater to various charterers' requirements. These include a wide selection of offshore support vessels such as MPSV, AHTS, Utility and Work Maintenance vessels and tugs and barges. Here, our excellent yard infrastructure offers an important advantage to support these fleet operators especially with a faster turnaround time when the vessels are sent in for repair, conversion, fabrication and modification works.