Norway’s Solstad Offshore has offloaded another six unwanted vessels to complete its non-core asset sale programme.

The Oslo-listed owner has now disposed of 36 ships since its $2bn refinancing in 2020.

The Lars Peder Solstad-led company will now focus on operations with a slimmed-down 90-vessel fleet.

Solstad said four platform supply vessels (PSVs) have gone.

The ships are the 3,300-dwt Normand Trym (built 2006), the 3,400-dwt Normand Vibran, the 3,600-dwt Sea Trout (both built 2008) and the 4,800-dwt Rem Supplier (built 2011).