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.
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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 […]
BC Ferries’ second of three new liquefied natural gas-powered Salish Class vessels, the Salish Eagle, arrived at its British Columbia home on March 20 – BC Ferries reports in its press release. The vessel took 38 days to travel 10,440 nautical miles from Remontowa Shipbuilding SA in Gdansk, Poland, where […]
On 16 March 2017, the Malik Arctica arctic ice-classed supply vessel built at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA for Greenland’s Royal Arctic Line (RAL) left the Polish Gdansk – based yard heading Denmark. The vessel had been officially delivered to the Owners on 16 February, but remained in the yard for a […]
Salish Orca, the first of three new LNG powered Salish Class vessels built for BC Ferries at Gdansk based Remontowa Shipbuilding reached British Columbia waters in the morning on January 11, 2017, after a 50-day 10,440 nautical mile journey from Gdansk, Poland. The vessel departed Poland on November 22, 2016, […]
Siem Offshore Contractors (SOC) announced, that all 73 inner array grid cables of the Veja Mate Offshore Wind Farm have been installed and trenched 10 weeks ahead of schedule. One of the vessels involved in the operation was the Siem Aimery cable layer, entirely built and delivered by the Polish […]
On the 9th of January, the Tõll double ended ferry arrived in Tallinn. The vessel (yard no. 616/1) entirely built at Remontowa Shipbuilding in Gdansk, Poland, for TS Laevad, the Port of Tallinn’s subsidiary, was oficially delivered on the 5th of January. However, due to harsh weather conditions, the vessel […]
December 2016 saw three masts of the sailing training vessel El-Mellah erected at Remontowa Shipbuilding. The ship is being built for Algerian Navy. Because of adverse weather condition, the process was interrupted, and took several days. Three mast frigate will serve as a training platform for cadets learning seafaring and navigation. […]
Remontowa Shipbuilding revealed, that on 30th September 2016 the yard had signed a contract for the construction of two diesel electric hybrid propulsion car passenger ferries for British owner – Transport for London. The new vessels will be operating the Thames crossing in the district of Woolwich carrying over a […]
On November 16, 2016, the Armament Inspectorate of Polish Ministry of Defence, concluded the tender procedure and published information, related to conclusion of a tender aiming at acquisition of six tugs to be built for the Polish Navy. It was revealed that the winning offer has come from Gdansk-based Remontowa Shipbuilding. […]