Due to delays in designing the ferry for the Polish Baltic Shipping, we decided to buy a ready-made project of the vessel – said Marek Gróbarczyk, the Minister of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation at the Szczecin Shipyard on Tuesday. The keel for the construction of the ro-pax ferry for […]
Ellen, one of the “strongest” fully electric ferries in the world, will soon start to carry passengers. By covering a distance of 22 nautical miles between the Danish islands of Ærø and Fynshav, it can sail 7 times longer than any other electric ferry crossing the waters of the planet, […]
On Monday, 8 July 2019, in the Remontowa Shipbuilding SA belonging to the Remontowa Holding SA Capital Group, the ceremony of baptism of the H-2 tugboat built for the Polish Navy took place. He received the name Mieszko. – We are meeting today at the fifth ceremony this year, and already […]
Representatives of the Port of Gdańsk Authority and Gdańsk Shipyard signed a letter of intent. The shipyard is interested in investing in production areas in the Central Port. The Central Port will be one of the largest and most modern maritime investments in Europe. On over 400 hectares of landed land, […]
On Wednesday, 19 June, a partly equipped trawler hull with construction number B 704/2 for a Danish client Karstensens Skibsvaerft AS sailed down the water from the slipway of the Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. This is the second unit of this series built for this customer. The 69.99 m long and […]
The floating dock was towed to Gdynia on Friday, 7 June. It was purchased by a Norwegian shipyard and comes from Klaipeda. Its renovation and modernization will be carried out by Vistal. The dock is moored at the Hungarian quay, which (in part) is at the disposal of Vistal Gdynia […]
The Canadian ferry operator – British Columbia Ferries (BC Ferries) has won the Shippax Retrofit Award for completing the conversion of a large passenger ferry from diesel to liquefied natural gas (LNG). The conversion was performed in Poland, at Remontowa Shiprepair Yard SA in Gdansk.
As a leading publisher of maritime media in Poland, in 2019 we are preparing two special editions of the POLAND@SEA magazine.
The Association of Polish Maritime Industries (Forum Okrętowe) released information on the production and orderbook of Polish shipyards in 2017, worked out in cooperation with PortalMorski.pl, the largest maritime portal on the Internet in Poland.
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.
The Danish shipyard Karstensens Skibsværft A/S announced in June the establishment of a subsidiary in Gdynia under the name Karstensen Shipyard Poland. It will be building hulls in Poland for large fishing vessels to be outfitted by a Danish company.