World’s most expensive workboat?

The two hulls are separated by a slot at the bow that is 59 metres wide and 122 metres long

The recently completed ‘Pieter Schelte’ is probably the most sophisticated workboat ever built. Designed primarily for the removal of offshore oil structures this complex vessel has been under development for the past 25 years by Swiss company Allseas.

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