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Damen launches compact ASD Tug 1810

Damen has developed a new vessel in the Damen Compact Tugs range, the ASD Tug 1810. It will have a bollard pull of 30 tonnes ahead and 28 tonnes astern. Its design has drawn on a number of features developed in the Compact Tugs range, the company…

19.02.2024
Shipbuilding

Partners unveil wind-optimised tanker design

Finland-based ship design firm, Deltamarin, and BAR Technologies of the UK have announced a wind-optimised Aframax/LR2 tanker design, named Aquilo. The new design combines efficiency gains relating to hull form and the wind sail company’s WindWings®…

19.02.2024
Shipbuilding

Meyer Werft clinches new Carnival cruise contract

Meyer Werft has won a new order from Carnival Corporation & plc for a sister ship to the 6,500-passenger Carnival Jubilee, delivered in 2023. The 180,000-gt ship, with a length of 344m, is due for delivery in 2027. It will be powered by LNG and will…

16.02.2024
Shipbuilding

Sperry navigation systems for Fast Patrol Boats for Trinidad and Tobago

Northrop Grumman Corporation, based in Charlottesville, has been selected to supply integrated bridge systems (IBS) for six fast patrol craft being built by Austal Shipyards in Australia for the government of Trinidad and Tobago.

 

03.02.2009
Shipbuilding

Strategic partnership

MAN Diesel PrimeServ and Maersk Fluid Technology have agreed to form a strategic partnership, where MAN Diesel PrimeServ will represent Maersk Fluid Technology’s SEA-Mate® line of products to operators of MAN Diesel equipment in both the marine and stationary power markets and on a global scale.

 

29.01.2009
Shipbuilding

Another tug newbuilding for Moran Towing

Shipyard Washburn & Doughty Associates, Inc., East Boothbay, Maine, signed a contract with the Moran Towing Corporation to build one tug of the Intercon type. Hull no 98 will be the fourth vessel built by Washburn & Doughty to this design. "Pati R.…

28.01.2009
Tampa Ship
Shipbuilding

New name for Tampa Bay Shipbuilding and Repair

After purchase of Tampa Bay Shipbuilding in Florida by an ownership group led by Edison Chouest Offshore President Gary Chouest in last December the shipyard was renamed Tampa Ship, LLC.

27.01.2009

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