The world’s first “fully electric” ferry is considered to be the Ampere catamaran, put into service in 2015. It transports cars and passengers across the Norwegian fjord. It features a gross tonnage of 1598 and a deadweight capacity of 199 t, with a total length of 79.4 m. Its partly […]
Crist SA initiated steel-cutting process of another partly equipped vessel for the Norwegian shipyard Ulstein Verft AS.
Order for two Maritime Authorities’ multipurpose buoy tender vessels placed at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA
On March 5, 2018, at headquarters of Szczecin Maritime Authority (Urząd Morski w Szczecinie), a contract was signed for construction and delivery of two multipurpose vessels for Maritime Authorities in Szczecin and Gdynia. The contracted vessels will be built at Remontowa Shipbuilding SA, according to design developed by Remontowa Marine Design & Consulting (RMDC) – both based in Gdańsk and being […]
Currently at Meyer Turku works are underway on assembly and erection of its new large gantry crane. The main beam (girder) has alredy been positioned across the graving dock. It will be raised and spanned between tops of two vertical frame structures.
MARS Closed Investment Fund has become the owner of Szczecin Industrial Park (SIP) – the landlord on the premises of the former Szczecin Shipyard. On January 20, MARS signed an agreement with Financial Society Silesia, owning the facilities so far.
After the contract signing on September 2 and the first steel cutting on September 29, 2016, the keel was laid at Crist SA shipyard for the construction of the special purpose floating dock on November 16, with attendance from representatives of class society DNV-GL, the ordering party Bouygues Travaux Public […]
Pan-European ferry operator P&O Ferries said that it planned to spend GBP 8.5 million (USD 10.6 million) on upgrading its two ships on the North Sea’s Hull-Zeebrugge route. Two 32,000 ton sister vessels the Pride of York and the Pride of Bruges, which can carry up to 880 passengers on […]
All large vessels are usually equipped with two anchors fore and, obviously, all structures and equipment necessary for their use (eg. winches, anchor chains, chain chamber). The owner of a chemical tanker Adfines Star – due to the fact that the vessel is intended to be operated on the waters surrounding […]
As announced in August, as part of the Principality of Monaco’s Portier Cove land reclamation project, led by the Monegasque company, S.A.M. Anse du Portier, Bouygues Travaux Publics, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, launched works on the maritime infrastructure that will constitute the first phase of Monaco’s six-hectare offshore extension. The total value […]
On 29 April 2016, Newbuilding Division of Nauta Yard launched a partly outfitted hull of a fishing vessel to be named Kings Cross. It was the second launching ceremony at Nauta this year and the fifth for a Dannish client – Karstensens Skibsvaerft AS. Nauta signed this contract in October 2014. The vessel […]
On Tuesday, 23rd of February 2016 the launching of the LNG-powered specialist vessel intended for supplying oil drilling and oil mining rigs took place in Remontowa Shipbuilding, member of Remontowa Holding in Gdansk. The ship is being constructed for Siem Offshore – one of the biggest Norwegian offshore fleet owners. […]