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

MAN to supply dual-fuel propulsion for Baltic RoPax

MAN Energy Solutions is to provide four MAN 51/60DF engines for one, option one, 230m-long RoPax vessels for German ferry operator, TT-Line, being built at Jinling Shipyard in China. The vessels, based on the Travemünde ferry company’s ‘Green Ship’...

27.05.2019
Shipbuilding

Mediterranean ferry converted for LNG operation

The first of five LNG conversions planned by Mediterranean ferry operator Baleària Eurolineas Maritimas SA has recently been completed by Gibdock shipyard in Gibraltar. The 186m-long Napoles, with capacity for 1,600 passengers and 1,430 lane metres...

23.05.2019
Shipbuilding

New Helsinki office to support Damen’s expansion into cruise and RoPax

A new Helsinki office marking Damen’s entry into the Finnish market for the first time, is part of the group’s strategy to develop business in its new targeted fields of RoPax, cruise and offshore construction. The strategy, introduced last year, is...

22.05.2019
Shipbuilding

Final preparations for
Spirit of Discovery’s June delivery

The 999-passenger Spirit of Discovery, soon to be delivered to Saga Cruises, has been floated out from the building hall at Meyer Werft Shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.

20.05.2019

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