Shipbuilding

Shipbuilding

All American Marine to complete zero-emission ferry

All American Marine has an order to complete the aluminium construction and fitting out of an 84-passenger zero-emission ferry for U.S. investment company Switch Maritime. The 23m-long ferry will be of a new type powered by hydrogen fuel cell with an...

03.04.2020
Shipbuilding

Rolls-Royce propulsion systems for German rescue vessels

Two new 95m-long rescue vessels, under construction at German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen for the German Federal Waterway and Shipping Administration, are to have gas-electric propulsion system based on medium-speed Bergen B36:45L6AG engines from...

02.04.2020
Shipbuilding

Wärtsilä embarks on ammonia testing programme

Technology group Wärtsilä has begun tests on ammonia as a marine fuel using both dual-fuel and spark-ignited gas engines in a move to raise understanding of its combustion properties. After the initial tests have been carried out, the company hopes...

31.03.2020
Shipbuilding

Russian yard AO Flot exports passenger hovercraft

Russian company AO Flot, based in Nizhny Novgorod, has an order from an undisclosed Estonian company for three more passenger hovercraft of type Mars-10. Last year AO Flot delivered two Mars-10 hovercraft to the Estonian seaport Munalaiu. The...

31.03.2020
Shipbuilding

Incat Tasmania awarded high-speed catamaran order

Australian shipyard Incat Tasmania has an order from South Korean coastal passenger transport company Seaworld Express Ferry for a new-generation fast ferry. The 76m-long, 3,000gt high-speed wave-piercing catamaran ferry will accommodate up to 700...

30.03.2020
Shipbuilding

GVB Amsterdam will provide zero-emission public transport

From 2021, ferry transfer on the North Sea Canal in Amsterdam will be served by completely new and sustainable ferries. GVB, Amsterdam’s municipal public transport provider, has awarded Holland Shipyards Group a contract to build five ferries with...

25.03.2020
Shipbuilding

MAN dual-fuel engines for Estonian shuttle ferry

Estonia’s Tallink Grupp has ordered five dual-fuel 51/60DF main engines from MAN Energy Solutions as part of a diesel-electric plant for a new shuttle ferry, MyStar, the largest vessel to be built at Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) in Finland. The...

19.03.2020

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