Seacor Nile

70-100 m

200-500 kWh

One of the main benefits of battery-hybrid propulsion is the ability to optimize the loading of the prime movers for the generators to obtain maximum efficiency and reduce fuel consumption. This is especially beneficial for PSVs which have a typical operational profile that is divided between transit and dynamic positioning station-keeping operations.

Corvus ESS specifications:

Name Seacor Nile
Owner Seacor Marine
Integrator Kongsberg Maritime
Segment Offshore Oil & Gas
Sub-segment Offshore support vessels
Vessel type PSV
Dynamic Positioning DP2
ESS capacity 452 kWh
Corvus product Corvus Orca ESS
Delivery year 2019
Ship yard Cosco Guandong Shipyard
Ship design Kongsberg UT 771 WP
Newbuild/Retrofit Newbuild
Vessel size 85.7 x 18 x 6.5 m
Gross tonnage 4125
Deadweight tonnage 4200
IMO no 9710945
Area of Operation Middle East
Ship system Hybrid
Bus Voltage 720-1000 VDC
Flag state Marshall Islands

Estimated annual savings

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diesel/year saved

0 tons

CO2 emission reduction

Battery operation

Load Levelling

Peak Shaving

Spinning Reserve