June 1 this year saw the launching, with the use of one of the MSR Gryfa floating docks in Szczecin, of a partially outfitted inland waterways chemical tanker built at Partner Stocznia Sp. z o.o. from Police, near Szczecin, for customers in the Netherlands.
On June 9, 2018, Fenja tug set off from Gdansk to Ulsteinvik in Norway with a towed pontoon-barge and deck cargo of Montex Shipyard built partially outfitted sections for a cruise ship with a total mass of 2,500 tons for Norwegian customer.
June 22 this year saw the ceremony of keel laying, at PGZ Stocznia Wojenna (Polish Armaments Group’s Naval Shipyard in Gdynia) for the construction of SIGINT electronic reconnaissance vessel destined for Swedish Navy. The unit is to replace the HMS Orion unit currently in service.
As the Norwegian shipyard Ulstein reported on 4 July, Nexans Subsea Operations placed an order for the construction of a large cable layer with a DP3 dynamic positioning system. A partially outfitted hull will be built in Gdynia.
State owned Polish Steamship Company (Polsteam or PŻM – Polska Żegluga Morska), based in Szczecin, Poland’s largest shipping company and owner of Unity Line ferry operator, has, together with their partner NED Project (Gdańsk based consulting naval architects), released a video revealing group’s investment plans.
On April 19, 2018, in the premises of Szczecin Industrial Park on the slipway Wulkan Nowy, partly equipped fishing vessel Ora et Labora was launched, with a launching weight of approx. 260 tons. Launching was done by transfer from the assembly yard by the building berth / slipway to the water with […]
After development period and a building time of two years, the Conrad C133 named Viatoris, will be not only the largest yacht to-date for the Conrad Shipyard, but also the largest luxury motoryacht ever built in Poland.
The construction of the vessel M/S Color Hybrid reached an important milestone Monday, 16 April. It marked the start of assembly of the 14 large blocks at the shipyard Crist in Gdynia, Poland. The ship is contracted by Color Line at Ulstein Yard and the hull will be towed to […]
On March 15, 2018, tug Frigga with a partially equipped Lagatun double-ended ferry on tow arrived in Gursken, Norway. The ferry was built at Montex Shipyard in Gdańsk, commissioned by the Mvlebust Verft AS, branch of the Kleven group.
Gdansk based Aluship Technology is building a structure of the ferry Bürgenstock – a catamaran intended for one of the Swiss lakes. The construction components manufactured by Aluship are assembled at the recipient – in the Swiss shipyard Shiptec AG in Lucerne.
To be delivered as a partially outfitted unit, the fishing vessel Taits for the Norwegian customer Westcon Yards AS (the first of two similar units on order) was launched on Tuesday, 27 March, 2018, at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA, Gdańsk.
On 17 March 2018, Lindblad Expeditions Holdings, Inc., a global provider of expedition cruises and adventure travel experiences, and Ulstein Group, Norwegian shipbuilder and ship designer, celebrated the keel laying of Lindblad’s first polar new build.
Order for two Maritime Authorities’ multipurpose buoy tender vessels placed at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA
On March 5, 2018, at headquarters of Szczecin Maritime Authority (Urząd Morski w Szczecinie), a contract was signed for construction and delivery of two multipurpose vessels for Maritime Authorities in Szczecin and Gdynia. The contracted vessels will be built at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA, according to design developed by Remontowa Marine Design & Consulting (RMDC) – both based in Gdańsk and being […]
The Polish Nauta Shiprepair Yard (SR Nauta SA) cut the first steel for the Swedish Navy’s SIGINT ship on March 1, 2018, officially beginning the production phase of the vessel. The ceremony was also attended by officials from Saab, the Swedish defence group, which awarded the ship platform construction contract […]
Newbuilding Department of Nauta Shipyard does not slow down. Just a few weeks ago the launching of a pelagic trawler had taken place in Gdańsk, and 23rd of February another partly outfitted fishing unit for one of western Europe shipyards was launched from B3 slipway.
In recent days Nauta Shiprepair Yard has signed two contracts for building partly outfitted fishing trawlers. Both vessels have been ordered by the Danish shipyard – Karstensens Skibsvaerft AS.