Remontowa Shipbuilding SA from the Remontowa Holding capital group signed on Friday, November 1, a contract for the construction of a new, fully equipped “Salish” class ferry for the Canadian shipowner BC Ferries. The ship is scheduled for delivery in 2021. The new “Salish” class ferry is to replace Mayne […]
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On Tuesday, 29th of November, a multi-purpose vessel Planet I with construction number B 618/2, ordered by the Maritime Office in Szczecin, was launched in the Remontowa Shipbuilding SA shipyard, which belongs to of the Remontowa Holding capital group. It is the second ship in a series launched within the […]
The ORP Bielik submarine came to Remontowa Shiprepair Yard SA on 23rd October this year for repair. The shipyard will begin the current repair of the ship. Renovation works will focus on a few most important ship systems and maintenance. It is worth mentioning that in Remontowa Shiprepair Yard SA […]
The State Propriety Authority Polish Waters – Regional Water Management Board (RZGW) in Szczecin and Remontowa Shipbuilding SA shipyard signed a contract on July 20, under which the investment will be implemented as follows: “Design, construction and delivery together with the equipment of two linear ice breakers as part of […]
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.
As Times Colonist reports, Canadian shipyard Meridian Marine Industries Inc., the company from Richmond on the river Fraser, has signed a deal to handle warranty service for BC Ferries’ three new Salish-class LNG fuelled vessels built at Remontowa Shipbuilding in Gdansk, Poland. Meridian will represent the Polish shipyard, a member […]
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).
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”.
Remontowa Shipbuilding has begun construction of the first tug in a series of six on order from Ministry of Dedence. The vessel, newbuilding no. B860/1, has been designed by NED-Project, while the workshop documentation has been developed by Remontowa Marine Design & Consulting.
On August 3, 2017 Salish Raven, the third in the series of three new LNG-powered car passenger Salish Class ferries started its service on the Tsawwassen – Southern Gulf Islands route – BC Ferries (BCF) annouced.
On August 16, the El-Mellah training sailing ship set sail on the second series of sea trials with representatives of the end-user.
On June 19, 2017, Remontowa Shipbuilding SA, member of the Remontowa Holding SA and the Armaments Inspectorate of Poland signed a contract for the construction of six tugs for the Polish Navy, which are to be designed, built and delivered by Remontowa Shipbuilding. The contract was concluded as a result of […]
On April 20, 2017 at Remontowa Shipbuilding in Gdansk, the steel cutting for the new two hybrid car passenger ferries ordered by Transport for London took place. Mark Willbourn, project manager at Briggs Marine pushed the button of a cutting plasma machine thus initiating the production process.
On Saturday, the 1st of April 2017, the Piret double ended car passenger ferry built at the Polish yard Remontowa Shipbuilding set sail heading Estonia. The ship was taken to Estonia by a crew of 12. Two days later, on Monday, the 3rd of April, the ferry arrived in the […]