In September, Gdansk Shipyard Group (GSG) signed a letter of intent with Marine Projects Ltd. regarding prefabrication of flat sections, which will serve as components of superstructure for a car-passenger ferry. This relates to an order, that Gdansk-based Marine Projects Ltd. had acquired from Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG) yard in Germany. […]
On September 16, 2016 the launching ceremony of a partly outfitted fishing vessel Grateful took place at Newbuilding Division of the Nauta Shipyard in Gdańsk. It was the fourth launching ceremony in Nauta this year. The vessel is 69,95 m long and 15 m wide. She is a near sister ship […]
Gdansk-based Marine Projects is involved in what is probably the most interesting and innovative vessel with a hull subcontracted and currently under construction in Poland, namely, the LNG bunker vessel Coralius. Swedish energy distributor Skangas announced that it will make LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) more readily available as marine fuel in […]
On 5th August launching ceremony of partly outfitted fishing vessel Pathway took place at Newbuilding Dvision of Nauta SA yard in Gdańsk. Pathway is a sister ship to Kings Cross, which was launched at the end of April.
On 19 July, 2016, launching of a partly outfitted hull of the ship took place in Szczecin again. This time it happened to be a 30-meter trawler for British customer.
On July 13, 2016, the new MCMV to be delivered to Polish Navy under the name of ORP Kormoran, departed the shipyard and the port of Gdansk for trials in open waters of the Gdansk Bay and the Baltic Sea for the first time. Commencing a series of sea acceptance tests marks […]
On 24th of June 2016 a christening ceremony of a catamaran research vessel Oceanograf (Oceanographer) was held at the premises of Nauta Yard in Gdynia. The Oceanograf is one of the most innovative vessels under the Polish flag. She was ordered by Institute of Oceanography, the University of Gdańsk. The […]
On 23 June 2016 Ulstein Verft SA delivered to Bernhard Schulte Offshore (BS Offshore) a modern Ulstein designed flexible SOV (service operation vessel), of SX175 design. A partly outfitted hull for the SOV has been built and delivered to Ulstein by Polish company Crist SA. This has been the first […]
As announced in June 2015, Simek A/S has signed a contract with the company Antares Fishing Company. Ltd. Whalsay, Shetland, for the construction of a fishing boat, 75 meters long trawler for delivery in December 2016. The construction of hull sections was subcontracted to Polish yards for transport to Flekkefjord […]
On Thursday, the 3rd of June 2016, the official naming ceremony of the further two intermediate class ferries under construction for BC Ferries took place at the Remontowa Shipbuilding yard, the member of Remontowa Holding. Michelle Le Tourneau i Mrs. Jodi Gaudet, the Godmothers of the ferries smashed champagne bottles […]
Remontowa Shipbuilding SA, member of Remontowa Holding, has strengthened its leading position among providers of multipurpose offshore support vessels and gained new clients with acquiring a new contract for the construction of an AHTS vessel destined for operation in harsh environment conditions. The resulting newbuilding – the Avalon Sea was successfully […]
On May 4, 2016, the Crist shipyard launched a partially outfitted hull of a multi-purpose search and rescue, environmental protection and work vessel Sirius. The hull was built for the French yard Socarenam of Boulogne sur Mer. The yard, after completion of outfitting, will deliver the ship to a local […]