Maritime Partner announces new design concept, expects new contracts

One of the new designs from Maritime Partner

The modular design system has been developed to cut production costs, provide customers with more flexibility and strengthen the Ålesund-based boatbuilder’s competitive position. Revealing that the concept has already been introduced to several Maritime Partner clients, the company’s senior vice president Gisle Anderssen says that it is generating significant interest and new contracts could be announced at Nor-Shipping in the summer.
Maritime Partner, which also has a facility in Singapore, has a 22-year track record and delivered its 2,000th vessel in 2015. Its designs have been developed to meet the demanding conditions of the offshore industry in the North Sea. In October, the company announced its first contract in the offshore wind sector. The company is building two workboats and two fast rescue craft for installation on board two service operation vessels (SOVs) ordered by Norwegian owner Østensjø Rederi at Spain’s Astilleros Gondan. The contract was won in competition with other international boatbuilders.

Norway’s Maritime Partner has announced a new design concept, which is being implemented across its entire portfolio of rescue, patrol and workboats ranging from 5m to 25m.

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