No thanks, but appreciate their work.
It's not a drilling semi sub, it's an accommodation rig. It houses workers while they build out platforms. there is no drilling derrick, but there is a large articulating gangway.Just like the Bering sea, NO JOKE. Further from the equator so bigger seas. Been tossed around in it my self while in the Navy.
I'm with Jim, aka Realtor, wonder what they are on. I highly doubt that they have a production platform right beside a drilling platform but who knows. They do so strange shit in the oil business.
How about 20' seas with a 110 ' Standby boat ? It was 2 days before we could eat or walk on the boat. Luckily the Sea Buoy & the rope held. Only 3 of us on board. Suuuckeed !While serving on USS Moosbrugger DD980 (destroyer) we were up there in the North Sea. We were told wave height was 30-40 ft, I believe it. 600 ft of destroyer moving around like a leaf in a hurricane. It was unreal. I can't imagine being on a stationary platform dealing with such extreme conditions.
That sucker looks as if it could flip over .:001_huh:It's not a drilling semi sub, it's an accommodation rig. It houses workers while they build out platforms. there is no drilling derrick, but there is a large articulating gangway.