Daiho II

Daiho II

Repeatable float-over installation barge                                                                                                                                                     


From 2008-2013, the barge was on charter to an International Oil Company operating in offshore Sarawak, Malaysia. It was part of a turnkey solution in the installation of customised jackets and topsides designed to be installed by the Daiho II over marginal fields. The combination of the lightweight, low-cost topsides/jackets and the Daiho II technique allowed the oil company to maximise their return on investments from these marginal fields over conventional solutions.

The Daiho II has the capability of installing jackets up to 60m water depth and topsides of up to 1,500t utilising the float-over technique without the use of heavy crane.

Explore Daiho II:
1) Barge Specification, Features and Capabilities
2) Track Records

Barge Specification, Features and Capabilities


Classification: Barge ABS + A1

GRT/NRT: 4760T/1428T

Year: 2007

LOA: 100.584m

Beam: 30.48m

Draft: 4.5m

Deck strength: 20T/m


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Track Records


Jacket Installation


Year W.Depth Weight
2009 65 m 600 MT
2010 32 m 450 MT
2011 32 m 450 MT
2011 35 m 480 MT



Topside Installation


Year Capacity Weight
2008 RISER HUB 550 MT
2009 GAS PLATFORM: 155 MMCF/D 1,250 MT
2009 GAS PLATFORM: 155 MMCF/D 1,250 MT
2010 GAS PLATFORM: 155 MMCF/D 1,250 MT
2013 GAS PLATFORM: 155 MMCF/D 1,350 MT



We do not disclose further information on our track records on this website due to privacy reasons. Nevertheless, do not hesitate to contact us for more details about our company and track records.


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Cape Support 1

Cape Support 1

Newly completed tank vessel specially designed for offshore oil and gas and power generation                                                                                        

Daiho Energy Services provides series of Cape Support barges – an avant-garde, first-of-its-kind type of barge specially designed for Offshore Oil and Gas and Power Generation projects. Cape Support 1 was delivered in 2014 and is a joint-venture partnership between Daiho Energy Services Pte Ltd and Pacific Radiance Ltd. The barge can be outfitted as a: 1) Mud Barge, 2) Power Generation (Generator / Turbine), and 3) Mini FPSO AND Well Test. Additional Cape Support series are currently under development and are expected to be delivered in 2017.


Cape Support 1 – Features & Capabilities



Constructed in PT. Anggrek Hitam Shipyard in Batam, Indonesia – Cape Support 1 was built in accordance with ABS Standards


This Double Hull Dimensions are 112.5m x 28m x 8.5m (Draft 6.8 m). It offers 35 storage tanks underdeck with Liquid Capacity ≈ 13,000 m³



The tanks have segregated design for the storage of multiple fluids with center tanks are capable of fluid storage up to 2.5 SG



Tanks’ walls are stiffened without the use of horizontal stringers. Sump pits are provided in all tanks. Thus, facilitates tank cleaning and maintenance


Our innovative tunnel system reduces the risk of cargo contamination by preventing liquid cross-over into another compartment


Explore Cape Support 1


Our series of Cape Support barges can be outfitted as a:
1) Mud Barge
2) Power Generation Barge
3) Mini FPSO + Well-Test Barge

Offshore Oil & Gas

Offshore Oil & Gas

Daiho Maritime was formed in 1989 to provide barges for nearshore construction projects undertaken by Daiho Projects Services. After contributing success to the latter company, Daiho Maritime expanded its services to offshore oil and gas. In 2008, the company began through the charter of the Daiho I barge to an international oil company for their exploration activities in offshore Sarawak, Malaysia

To expand the Group’s presence into the offshore oil & gas sector, Daiho Energy Services was formed in 2007 and started its business by collaborating with engineering partners to provide turnkey solutions for marginal oil field development. Daiho Energy Services built the Daiho II, which was one of the key equipment that contributed to the success of our turnkey solution. In fact, the use of the Daiho II helped our client achieve the first oil production 16-24 earlier than the conventional method at 12% lower CAPEX and 45% lower OPEX.

Daiho Energy Services intended to pursue its main ambition that is to provide sophisticated transportations and low-cost solutions to international oil and gas players. In 2012, the company built the Cape Support 1 – a double-hulled, specialized barge that can enhance offshore oil and gas exploration activities. Equipped with numerous features, the Cape Support 1 can improve efficiency in fluid storage, tank cleaning and tank maintenance, as well as reduce risks of cargo contamination. The barge also has multiple functionalities as it can be outfitted as a mud barge or mini FPSO/ well-test barge.




For more details on our barges for Offshore Oil and Gas projects, visit:
– Daiho II: repeatable float-over installation barge for topsides and jackets over marginal fields
– Cape Support I as a Mud Barge: for drilling mud storage, treatment and transportation
– Cape Support II as a Mini FPSO and a well testing barge


Power Generation

Power Generation

Mobile power generators have become crucial tools for urgent power deployment and short-term power development in many countries. We can deliver high-quality turbine power generation units faster than conventional power generators.  Additionally, Daiho Energy Services provides the Cape Support Series, a series of our specialized barges that can be integrated with dual fuel engines or turbines.



Generator/Turbine Power Generation Barge (Cape Support series)


Cape Support barge series are suitable for integration with a mobile power plant that offers reliable, fast, and flexible power. Our Generator/Turbine Power Generation Barge offers a fast solution. Its delivery time only takes between 3 to 6 months (for 120MW Pratt and Whitney Mobilepac configuration) and 9 to 12 months (for generator configuration).


Daiho Energy Services


Visit our page about Cape Support series as a power generation barge.


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Near Shore Infrastructure Construction

Near Shore Infrastructure Construction

Daiho Project Services is a Singapore-based company that offers a range of construction support services for projects around the world. Our company started in the late 1980s by providing the barge and equipment for a bridge project in Kenya.Throughout the 1990s, the Company is highly active in providing support services to world projects like Maldive Breakwater project, Singapore’s Sentosa link road project, Chroy Changwar Bridge project in Cambodia. Proceeding into the 2000s, the Company continue to pursue projects in Palau, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Bulgaria, and Madagascar. In 2015, we supplied a 70 Ton Rough Terrain Crane “Kato SR700L” to steel and engineering corporations in Myanmar, and a 5 Ton Tadano Truck Crane to Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Sewerage System project in Papua New Guinea.

Daiho Project Services has extensive experience and proven track record in supplying equipment, logistics, and vessels for near-shore infrastructure constructions. We also have the expertise to advise clients’ purchase of tools that are low-cost, yet, suitable for the project.


Explore Daiho Project Services:
1) Corporate Strengths
2) Past Projects


Our Corporate Strengths



We have a vast knowledge because we maintain our strong networks with the right stakeholders including the Japanese Government.


We constantly visit your project’s site to make sure that the project works as planned. That way, we can inspect the entire process and calculate precisely the cost of your project.



Our construction equipment is in a good condition because it is obtained from Singapore where equipment safety and quality are highly regulated.



We provide strategic solutions by selecting equipment, logistics, and vessels that are low-cost, yet suitable for your near-shore infrastructure construction project.



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Past Projects



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Download our full list of projects: Daiho Project Major Work (57 KB, PDF)