The Self-Elevating Drilling Vessel consists of a modified triangular hull with three (3) triangular truss work legs each fitted with spud cans at their lower ends. The modified triangular hull is 62.8 m long, 60.2 m wide, and 8.0 m deep at the side. The three (3) legs are spaced with the forward leg on the centerline of the vessel and the two after legs 39.8 m aft and 21.7 m outboard of the centerline of the forward leg. The spud cans which form the lower segments of each leg are 15.2 m in diameter and 4.572 m high. The quarters house is constructed above the main deck and around the bow leg and consists of a four (4) story building for a 105 man crew. The heliport is mounted forward of the quarters house. The support house on top of the quarters, houses the emergency generator room, and the jacking control room. The drill floor is located on the substructure above the cantilever. The cantilever is capable of being skidded fore and aft, and the drill floor can be skidded port and starboard of the vessel centerline.