Double launch of seiners partly outfitted hulls in Nauta

Rendering of the Don Ole seiner, the partly outfitted hull of which was built at Nauta.
Rendering of the Don Ole seiner, the partly outfitted hull of which was built at Nauta.

July the 3rd saw the first double launch in the history of Nauta and – according to some sources – in the entire Polish shipbuilding industry.

The first to go on the water was the seiner Don Ole with the overall length of over 60 meters and beam of 12.6 meters. The partially outfitted hull to be delivered from Nauta was commissioned by Fitjar Mekaniske Verksted AS. Shipyard and it is going to fish for Peruvian company Austral Group S.A.A., part of Norwegian Austevoll Seafood ASA, one of the world’s leading fishing companies.

Ruth - partly outfitted hull of seiner from Nauta SA Photo: Piotr B. Stareńczak
Ruth – partly outfitted hull of seiner from Nauta SA
Photo: Piotr B. Stareńczak

Just a couple of hours later the same B1 slipway of the former Gdansk Shipyard in Nauta’s Gdańsk newbuilding facility witnessed the second ceremony. At 2:00 p.m. the command was sounded to launch the 88 m long and 9.2 m wide Ruth, commissioned by Karstensens Skibsvaerft AS of Denmark to be delivered from Nauta as partly outfitted hull. After Haugagut and Kvannoy, Ruth is the third seiner built for this Danish shipyard.

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