Shipbuilding

Shipbuilding

British operator signs contract for a new ferry

A new purpose-built RoPax vessel for the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company will be built at South Korean yard Hyundai Mipo Dockyard. The order includes one option for a repeat vessel, the Ulsan-based yard said. The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company...

11.08.2020
Shipbuilding

Sanmar delivers ASD tug for operation in Ventspils

Despite Covid-19 challenges, Turkish shipbuilder Sanmar Shipyards has successfully delivered on time an azimuth stern drive (ASD) tug to Latvian tug company, PKL Flote, part of the Alfons Hakans group. The 50-tonne bollard pull vessel, Altair, is a...

10.08.2020
Shipbuilding

Fugro cements autonomous solutions with USV order

Dutch survey operator Fugro has ordered two 12m uncrewed surface vessels (USVs) from British builder Sea-Kit. The first of the Sea-Kit X-class USVs will be delivered to Fugro in Perth, Australia, in the fourth quarter of 2020. It will feature...

07.08.2020
Shipbuilding

Cochin signs contract for construction of autonomous electrical vessel

India’s Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL) signed a contract for construction of two autonomous electric ferries with Norwegian customer ASKO Maritime, subsidiary group of retailing company Norges Gruppen ASA. The order includes an option to build two more...

28.07.2020
Shipbuilding

Australia cancels ferry deal and checks investment in local shipbuilding

The state Government of Tasmania in Australia has decided to cancel plans for the state ferry company TT-Line to order two new RoPax ferries of about 48,000gt at Finnish yard Rauma Marine Constructions. Instead, the state Government said it is...

27.07.2020
Shipbuilding

Wärtsilä to supply bridge systems for five ice-breaking LNGs

Finland-based technology group, Wärtsilä, is to provide each of five ice-breaking LNG carriers being built for the Arctic LNG-2 project with two identical bridge systems. One of the two bridges will be placed in a normal position whilst the second...

23.07.2020
Shipbuilding

Japanese heavyweights set up carbon recycling group

A multi-disciplinary team including a steel manufacturer, an engineering company, shipowners, shipbuilders and a classification society have come together to form the Ship Carbon Recycling Working Group, set up within Japan’s Carbon Capture and Reuse...

22.07.2020

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