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V -- Time Charter of Offshore Supply Vessel - Solicitation 1

Notice Date
Notice Type
483111 — Deep Sea Freight Transportation
Contracting Office
Department of the Navy, Military Sealift Command, MSC HQ - Washington, 914 Charles Morris Court, SE, Washington Navy Yard, Washington, District of Columbia, 20398-5540
ZIP Code
Solicitation Number
Response Due
3/12/2012 2:00:00 PM
Archive Date
Point of Contact
Leland M. McNabb, Phone: 202-685-5210, Veronica Gekhman, Phone: 202-685-5203
E-Mail Address
leland.mcnabb@navy.mil, veronica.gekhman@navy.mil
(leland.mcnabb@navy.mil, veronica.gekhman@navy.mil)
Small Business Set-Aside
Attachment L-5 - Insurance Affirmation Attachment L-4 - Past Performance Questionnaire Attachment L-3 - Past Performance Datasheet Attachment L-2 - Crew Complement Attachment L-1 - Basic Pricing Data Attachment E - Mission-Essential Contractor Services Attachment D-2 - DOL Wage Determination 2010-0148 Rev1 Attachment D-1 - DOL Wage Determination 2010-0147 Rev1 Attachment C - GFE List Attachment B - EDI Trading Partner Agreement Attachment A - DD254 Solicitation N00033-12-R-2002 This request for proposals (RFP) is for charter services of a U.S.-flagged offshore-supply-type vessel which will function as a Maritime Support Vessel (MSV) supporting various craft, both organic and non-organic. The vessel will have the capacity to berth, support, and feed twenty-nine (29) Government personnel with the ability to surge to forty-four (44) Government personnel for a maximum of 90 days without re-supply. The vessel will be capable of Underway Replenishment (UNREP) with standard coalition/USNS logistical ships to extend operations beyond 90 days if a port visit is not feasible. The vessel will also act as a platform to launch and recover small boats, refuel and reprovision, and assist with limited maintenance for small boats, and perform manned rotary wing aircraft operations. In addition, the vessel will provide equipment stowage, messing, berthing, administrative/operational space, maintenance space, emergency towing and logistics services in support of operations. The support vessel facilities are to be available during both day and night time operations. The Contractor shall independently operate all deck equipment to include the anchors, boat handling/launching systems, and cranes. The Contractor must ensure crew members can launch and recover small boats without the aid of Government personnel.
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