Shipbuilding

Shipbuilding

International consortium to finance Genting cruise ships

Two Global Class cruise ships currently under construction for the Genting Group at MV Werften are to be financed through a EUR 2.6 billion package structured by KfW IPEX Bank and an international consortium of lenders. The funding follows EUR 750...

22.08.2019
Shipbuilding

Scandlines signs up for Norsepower Rotor Sail

Hamburg-based Scandlines has signed an agreement with Finland’s Norsepower Oy Ltd to install a 30m-high Rotor Sail on board the hybrid passenger ferry, Copenhagen, which sails on the route between Rostock, Germany, and Gedser in Denmark. Preparations...

21.08.2019
Shipbuilding

MAN to supply engines for Australian-built ferries

Two fast ferries, to be built at Austal and Incat Tasmania for operation between the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, are to have MAN engines. The vessels will carry passengers and cars on the seabridge between the islands. The 94m-long Austal ferry,...

19.08.2019
Shipbuilding

Third Icon-class cruise ship
ordered for RCL

U.S. cruise line Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) said it has entered into an initial agreement with Finnish shipbuilder Meyer Turku to order a third Icon-class cruise ship. The Icon class is about 200,000gt and carries 5,000 passengers. The vessel is...

08.07.2019
Shipbuilding

Delivery of first vessel with
Wärtsilä HY hybrid technology

Wärtsilä’s hybrid power module solution, the Wärtsilä HY, is now fully operational on the Vilja, an escort tug owned by the Swedish port of Luleå. The tug was built at Gondan Shipbuilders in Asturias, Spain, and was delivered at the end of June,...

05.07.2019
Shipbuilding

Damen completes complex
diving support vessel repair

TechnipFMC’s diving support vessel, Deep Arctic, has undergone an extensive class renewal docking at Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam. The 156m-long vessel required the renewal of steel plates to its box coolers in the forward, midships and aft sea chests....

05.07.2019
Shipbuilding

Drydocks World starts construction of IMO Tier III tug for Barcelona

Drydocks World has begun the detailed engineering and construction of a 27m-long asymmetric tractor tug to be operated by P&O Reyser in the Port of Barcelona. The tug, due for delivery in mid-2020, will be the first such vessel in the Mediterranean...

04.07.2019

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