Shipbuilding

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
Shipbuilding

Hapag-Lloyd Cruises christens Hanseatic Nature

Cruise operator Hapag-Lloyd Cruises has christened the first ship of its new Expedition class in the Port of Hamburg. The Hanseatic Nature, a 138m-long and 22m-wide vessel, offers capacity for a maximum of 230 passengers.

10.05.2019
Shipbuilding

Havyard wins contract for two, option one, live fish carriers

Norway’s Havyard has won a contract from Norsk Fisketransport (NFT) for two live fish carriers, also known as wellboats, with an option for a third ship.

09.05.2019
Shipbuilding

Knud E. Hansen adapts RoRo design for heavy cargo and cold climates

Danish ship design firm, Knud E. Hansen, has won a contract with China’s Nanjing Jinling Shipyard to adapt the design of its Grimaldi Green 5th Generation RoRo vessels for Finnlines, making them suitable for the carriage of heavy cargoes and operation in cold climates.

08.05.2019
Shipbuilding

Acta Marine takes delivery of latest walk-to-work construction support vessel

Norway’s Ulstein Verft has completed the on-time delivery of the dynamically positioned Acta Centaurus, a second walk-to-work offshore construction vessel, to Acta Marine, a dredging, civil engineering and offshore renewables service provider.

07.05.2019

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