Shipbuilding

Shipbuilding

Alfa Laval unveils biofuel-compatible separators

A new range of biofuel-optimised separators has been launched by Alfa Laval. Also available as upgrades to existing installations, the new separators are compatible with biofuels such as hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) and fatty acid methyl ester…

25.01.2023
Shipbuilding

Orient Express heads out to sea

French hotel and tourism group Accor SA, has signed a letter of intent with French yard Chantiers de l’Atlantique to build two sail-assisted cruise ships of 220m length. The vessels will have luxury accommodation for 90 passengers. They will be…

25.01.2023
Shipbuilding

MV Tennor Ocean embarks on sea trials

The 210m-long RoRo, Tennor Ocean, has left its building yard, Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG), bound for Bremerhaven. There, specialists from the shipyard will undertake last-minute work on the hull to optimise the ship’s performance. The…

23.01.2023
Shipbuilding

Silverstream scores again with ADNOC gas carriers

Silverstream Technologies is to provide air lubrication systems for six new LNG carriers under construction at China State Shipbuilding Corporation’s (CSSC) Jiangnan Shipyard for Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). The 175,000m3 vessels are the…

23.01.2023
Shipbuilding

Concordia Damen commissioned to build an inland tanker

Dutch inland waterway shipyard Concordia Damen has been awarded a contract to build and equip an inland tanker for Dutch customer Quinto Scheepvaart B.V. The family-owned Quinto Scheepvaart has decided to move from container shipping to tanker…

23.01.2023
Shipbuilding

Construction of two Acta Marine CSOVs begins in Tersan

The building of two dual-fuelled construction service operating vessels (CSOV) by Turkey’s Tersan Shipyard for Acta Marine has been marked by a traditional steel-cutting ceremony. The 89m-long vessels will be built to a SX216 design developed by…

20.01.2023
Shipbuilding

Newbuild ferry to switch from LNG to batteries

Incat Tasmania has been asked to investigate the possibility of converting a RoPax ferry on order for Buenos Aires-based Buquebús from LNG propulsion to a battery-electric setup.   The 130m-long vessel, with capacity for 2,100 passengers and 226…

19.01.2023

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