Shipbuilding

Shipbuilding

Strategic Marine launches new upgraded fast crew boat design

Singapore-based Strategic Marine has revealed design details of its latest generation of fast crew boats. Its new Aluminium 42m Gen 4 Fast Crew Boat incorporates a range of new features which can expand operating capabilities, improve safety, raise…

22.09.2021
Shipbuilding

Yanmar to supply dual-fuel engines for LNG-fuelled coal carrier

Japan’s Yanmar has received an order for dual-fuel engines that will be used to power generators on board a large LNG-fuelled coal carrier to be built at Namura Shipbuilding. The vessel will be operated by Mistui O.S.K. Lines. The high thermal…

21.09.2021
Shipbuilding

FSG to build LNG-powered RoRo ferry for Australia’s SeaRoad

German shipyard, Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft (FSG), has received an order from Australian company SeaRoad for a RoRo ferry with LNG propulsion. The 210m-long and 29.30m-wide 43,100gt newbuilding will have 3,792 lane metres for cargo…

20.09.2021
Shipbuilding

Partners in JDP to assess electric LNG carrier design

China’s Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (HZS), Wärtsilä and ABS are to work together in a joint development project (JDP) to assess scope for the design of a flexible and future-ready electric LNG carrier. In a statement, the partners said that the…

16.09.2021
Shipbuilding

Simon Møkster opts for hybrid conversions from Vard

Two Simon Møkster Shipping platform supply vessels (PSVs), Stril Orion (built in 2011) and Stril Polar (2012) are to be converted to hybrid units with the installation of SeaQ Energy Storage Systems from Vard Electro. The ships’ conversions, which…

15.09.2021
Shipbuilding

First of four largest-ever VLECs launched in China

The first of four 99,000m3 very large ethane carriers (VLECs), designed with IMO Type B tanks, has been launched at Jiangnan Shipyard in China. The ship, Pacific Ineos Belstaff, is one of a series of ABS-classed tankers under construction for Tianjin…

14.09.2021
Shipbuilding

Kiel shipyard wins AHTS conversion contract

German Naval Yards Kiel GmbH (GNYK) has won a contract from Le Havre-based Les Abeilles International to convert two anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) ships into powerful salvage tugs. The two 91m-long vessels, Siem Diamond and Siem Garnet, both…

13.09.2021

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