Turkey's first active drilling ship 'Fatih', after the completion of preparations in Kocaeli, passed the Dardanelles and turned the route to the Mediterranean.
Turkey's first active drilling ship 'Fatih', to be used for deep drilling activities will be held in the Mediterranean. The ship was delivered yesterday with a ceremony in the Gulf of Izmit.
Turkey Petroleum Corporation (TPAO) Preparations lasted about 6 months in Kocaeli in Turkey's first active drilling ship to be used for deep drilling in the Mediterranean to be made complete.
The giant ship, which was renamed 'Deepsea Metro-2' with the name 'Fatih', went to the Mediterranean in a ceremony in the Gulf of Kocaeli to perform drilling work on oil exploration studies in the Mediterranean.
The ship was in front of Canakkale at 14.50.
The ship passing through the Dardanelles Straits traveled to the Aegean Sea. The giant ship will go to the Mediterranean for deep drilling work to be done in the Aegean Sea.
During the transition to the ship, he accompanied the Coast Guard Bot.