Shipbuilding

Shipbuilding

ABB unveils new turbochargers for small- and medium-bore two-strokes

ABB has launched two new turbochargers, scaled down from larger models, specifically for small- and medium-bore two-stroke engines. The A255-L and the A260-L are smaller versions of the well-proven A100-L and A200-L designs, but provide more power...

19.06.2019
Shipbuilding

Ferry retrofit with a diesel-electrical drivetrain system

Suomenlahden Telakka Oy, a ship repair yard focusing on small commercial vessels operating in the Gulf of Finland, has commissioned Danfoss Editron to replace the propulsion system on board the ferry, Prostvik 1. The 1983-built vessel, 50m-long and...

19.06.2019
Shipbuilding

Vard wins second order for Australian cruise expedition ship

The successful completion and delivery of the expedition cruise vessel, Coral Adventurer, from Vard’s Vietnam shipyard, Vard Vung Tao, earlier this year, has led to a second contract from Australian cruise operator Coral Expeditions. Like the Coral...

17.06.2019
Shipbuilding

Dismountable dredger design for deeper waters

Damen’s new twin-hulled deep cutter suction dredger, the DCSD500, has been designed to operate at dredging depths hitherto only possible with larger vessels. The dismountable unit has been designed for easy transport in container-sized packages by...

17.06.2019
Shipbuilding

Ulstein promotes X-BOW® for new RoPax designs

Norway’s Ulstein has introduced a new range of RoPax ferries, based on its ‘compact concept’, incorporating its distinctive X-BOW feature for improved seakeeping, reduced speed loss, lower fuel consumption and emissions, and improved passenger...

14.06.2019
Shipbuilding

CIMAC Congress 2019 addresses current challenges in the large engine industry

From June 10th to 14th, the 29th CIMAC World Congress is being held in Vancouver, Canada. Being started with an impressive opening ceremony, the Congress is regarded as the most important platform for information exchange and personal contact of...

12.06.2019
Shipbuilding

Kongsberg targets cruise, ferry, RoRo and container ship sectors with new thruster range

Kongsberg Maritime has launched a new series of tunnel thrusters which, it claims, will be particularly suitable for cruise ships, ferries, RoRo vessels and container ships. Designed with ease of installation, maintenance and cost as priorities, the...

12.06.2019

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