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.
First of two new hybrid ships for Hurtigruten was launched at Kleven Yards on February 17.
As of early February – the heavy-lift operation of installation of the three blocks to form a superstructure of a new large ferry was underway at Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG). Gdańsk based Marine Projects Ltd. Sp. z o.o. has delivered these partially, but to high extend outfitted, superstructure blocks for Flensburg based yard. […]
On January 23, at the Remontowa Shipbuilding SA, member of the Remontowa Holding capital group, the keel was officially laid for the construction of the first in a series of six tug boats for the Polish Navy (yard no. B 860/1).
Crist SA launched and floated out, on January 21, 2018, the live fish carrier Aqua Tromøy (yard no. NB SC 75/1 or Crist B75).
On January 17, 2018, at Szczecin Shipyard, on the Wulkan Nowy slipway / building berth, a launching took place, effected with use of the berth’s large gantry crane, of another environmentally-friendly ferry for Danish client – Søby Værft A/S.
On January 17, 2018, a partially equipped auxiliary naval ship intended for the French Navy as the final recipient, was floated out from the graving dock of Crist SA yard (former Gdynia Shipyard SDII dry dock).
Cenzin (PGZ Group) will be a broker and co-ordinator in a deal concerning supply of six sea-going search and rescue (SAR) vessels to Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Polish yard responsible for design of the series and construction of the initial units will be Remontowa Shipbuilding SA.
According to agreement, worth over PLN 2 billion, signed in Ministry of Defence premises on December 27, 2017, two modern minehunters with three logistics support packages and one submarine rescue vessel with option for another will be supplied to Polish Navy.
On December 22, 2017, the choice of the best offer was announced by Szczecin Maritime Authority, within the procurement procedure PO-II-370/ZZP-3/36/17 concerning granting the public order for: “The construction of two multipurpose vessels”.
Aluship Technology yard of Gdansk has signed a contract for the construction of aluminum superstructure for newbuilding no. Y719 under construction at Dutch Oceanco yard. The contract covers detailed engineering and workshop documentation as well.