Working offshore on one of our vessels means that you are at the heart of the action and taking an active part in shaping the future of the offshore industry. Our offshore crew members are dedicated and determined to get the job done efficiently without losing sight of safety.
On board the vessels, our marine and construction crew work 12-hour shifts based on a schedule of five weeks on and five weeks off.
The marine crew comprises three main teams: nautical, technical and catering. The nautical crew is responsible for sailing the vessel; the technical crew (engineers and mechanics) maintains the installations and equipment on board such as the main engines and electrical plant; the catering crew (cooks and stewards) provides catering and cleaning related services for all crew on board.
The construction crew co-ordinates and executes all the preparatory work in the pipeline factory, providing the services necessary for the vessel to execute Allseas’ core business, pipeline installation. To this end, welders work together with bevel machine operators, coating operators, riggers and quality inspectors.
Specialized hardware for automatic, semiautomatic, or manual control.
Enable automatic, semiautomatic, or manual control with engineered software and specialized hardware.
18 3/4-in surface rotating control device that can be used for land, jackup, and platform rigs, as well as above-tension-ring floater applications.
Remotely operated annular control device
A remotely operated clamping system for improved safety in wellbore fluids containment applications.
Modular drilling choke technology
Meet advanced well control objectives in HPHT and MPD drilling environments.
SUPER MUD/GAS SEPARATOR
Increase gas- and liquids-handling capacities and enable the immediate sale of gas during drilling operations.