The Voyageur Spirit floating production unit has arrived at the dry dock in Kishorn on the west coast of Scotland, pictures published on social media show.
Owned by Altera Infrastructure, the vessel departed Premier Oil’s Huntington field, 145 miles north-east of Aberdeen, last week.
It will be cleaned up at the facility before being redeployed, according to industry sources.
Altera, formerly known as Teekay Offshore, said earlier this year it hoped to prevent job losses by moving the vessel to Hibiscus Petroleum’s Marigold field.
Kishorn, a redevelopment of a major construction yard from the North Sea’s 1970s heyday, scored its first major contract last year refurbishing the Ocean GreatWhite, the world’s largest semi-submersible rig,
Last month, it completed a decommissioning job of the MV Kaami, a Norwegian cargo vessel which ran aground in the Minch on the north-west coast.
The facility is owned by Kishorn Port, a joint venture between Ferguson Transport and Shipping and Leiths.