Shipbuilding

Shipbuilding

Wärtsilä LPG fuel supply systems for four more ships

Following successful full-scale tests of Wärtsilä’s LPG fuel supply system (LFSS) with a two-stroke engine burning liquid petroleum gas, the company has won an order to supply LFSS for four very large gas carriers, owned by Oslo-listed BW LPG, which...

28.02.2020
Shipbuilding

TT-Line Company's ferry order transferred to Rauma Marine Constructions

Australian ferry operator TT-Line Company said it has transferred the order for two large passenger/RoRo ferries to Finnish Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) shipyard. The vessels were originally ordered from German yard Flensburger...

27.02.2020
Shipbuilding

BW LPG opts for more dual-fuel engines

Singapore-based BW LPG has exercised its option to retrofit dual-fuel LPG-powered engines supplied by MAN Energy Solutions on four more vessels. The contract follows its initial order with the engine maker for retrofits on four vessels announced in...

26.02.2020
Shipbuilding

Complex seismic repair completed in Portugal

Portuguese shipyard, Navalrocha, has successfully completed a complex repair on the 14-streamer seismic vessel, Polarcus Naila. The 33-day drydock project, carried out in one of the yard’s graving docks, spanned the Christmas period and involved a...

06.02.2020
Shipbuilding

Myklebust lands fourth wellboat contract

Norway’s Myklebust Verft has won a fourth wellboat contract from Ålesund-based Sølvtrans Rederi. The owner has chosen a Kongsberg NVC 389 design, similar to one of the vessels ordered previously from the shipbuilder. The wellboat will have a...

05.02.2020
Shipbuilding

Carisbrooke completes in-service BWTS installations

Isle of Wight-based Carisbrooke Shipping has installed two ballast water treatment systems from Norway’s Optimarin, using its own crew during normal ship operations and with no downtime. The most recent installations mean that the shipowner has now...

04.02.2020
Shipbuilding

Contract for high-speed catamaran

Australian yard Austal said it has been awarded a US$10.7 million contract for a 41m-long, high-speed passenger/freight catamaran for customer SGTM Mauritius. The type Passenger Express 41 catamaran will have a length overall of 41.2m, beam of 10.9m...

04.02.2020

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