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19. April 2024

Hydrogen-powered ferries to be classed by LR

A pair of hydrogen-powered ferries to be built at Norway’s Myklebust Verft for Tromsø-based Torgatten Nord will be classed by Lloyd’s Register (LR). The ships’ design was granted Approval in Principle (AiP) by the classification society in August 2022. The 117m-long ferries, with capacity for 120…
Ship&Offshore
19. April 2024

BSM launches seafarer training initiative

Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) has set up a new education programme for seafarers. With support from a number of universities around the world, the BSM Smart Academy is intended to close the gap between academic knowledge and practical training. The move comes as concern grows over the supply…
New Ships
18. April 2024

Early delivery possibilities secure Taiwan bulker order

Brokers say Taiwan-based shipping company Franbo Lines has ordered four bulk carriers of 63,500dwt from Chinese yard Jiangsu Hantong Ship Heavy Industry. The Ultramax ships are scheduled to be delivered in 2025 and have conventional propulsion. Franbo traditionally orders ships in Japan, but low…
New Ships
18. April 2024

80 tonnes bollard pull tugs for Europe

Turkish yard Med Marine has received an order for two more tugs from Greek-Italian tug operator Vernicos Scafi Tugs & Salvage. The vessels will have over 80 tonnes of bollard pull capacity. They are scheduled to be delivered in September 2023 and March 2024. The order is part of a fleet…
New Ships
18. April 2024

Yard and oil group in deal to develop floating production systems

Singapore yard Seatrium said it has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with energy company Shell to explore opportunities for collaboration on floating production systems. Seatrium was formed from the merger in 2023 of the Singapore yards Sembcorp Marine and Keppel Offshore &…
New Ships
18. April 2024

Zero emission tug/supply vessel for Singapore consortium

Singapore yard Singapore PaxOcean Group has received an order to build a new design of fully electric tug and supply boat from a consortium in Singapore. Singapore’s Coastal Sustainability Alliance (CSA), led by Kuok Maritime Group (KMG), has announced the start of construction of the zero-emissions…
New Ships
18. April 2024

VLCC delivery slots offered on the market

Brokers say South Korean yard Hanwha Ocean has taken the rare move of issuing a tender to shipowners who wish to book two slots to build VLCC oil tankers. Two slots for 2026 delivery dates have unexpectedly become available, brokers said.
New Ships
18. April 2024

Major fleet expansion planned in Korea

South Korean container and bulk shipping line HMM plans to double the size of its fleet by 2030 for a major expansion. HMM announced it is preparing a medium- to long-term strategy to secure a stable business foundation by expanding its fleet with newbuildings and possibly some second-hand ship…
New Ships
18. April 2024

Japan said to be behind LPG carrier order

South Korean yard Hanwha Ocean said it has won a USD 127 million contract to build a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carrier. The customer was unnamed, given only as a shipping company based in the Americas. Brokers say Japanese shipping company Iino Kaiun is believed to be behind the order. Hanwha…
New Ships
18. April 2024

USD 462 million naval vessel order with South America signed

The Government of Peru has signed an order with South Korean yard HD Hyundai Heavy Industries to jointly build four naval vessels in a deal worth a total of USD 462 million. HD Hyundai Heavy Industries will take the lead in designing the vessels, providing equipment and technological support, while…
New Ships
18. April 2024

Project for ammonia bunker vessel moves forward

Japanese yard Sasaki Shipbuilding has been awarded Approval in Principle (AiP) from classification society Bureau Veritas for a new design of ammonia bunker vessel. The project is being undertaken in cooperation with Japanese shipping group Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL). The 12,000-cu.m vessel is based on…
New Ships
18. April 2024

Wind farm support vessel for Japan

Japanese shipping group Mitsui O.S.K. Lines said it has signed a contract for the construction of a module carrier of 13,000dwt to transport components for offshore wind turbine foundations with Chinese yard Taizhou Sanfu Ship Engineering. The vessel is scheduled for delivery in spring 2026 and will…
New Ships
18. April 2024

European customer orders another bulker

Croatian shipping company Atlantska Plovidba said it has ordered one more bulk carrier of 63,500dwt from Chinese yard Jiangsu Hantong Ship Heavy Industry. One option taken with a previous order for two ships has been confirmed. The order is worth about USD 32.5 million. It is scheduled to be…
New Ships
18. April 2024

U.S. to investigate state support for Chinese merchant shipbuilding

U.S. President Joe Biden has announced that the US Government will investigate allegations of unfair state support for China’s merchant shipbuilding industry. The investigation will be carried out by the U.S. Trade Representative’s office, the agency responsible for monitoring state support, which…
New Ships
18. April 2024

Shipyard and artificial intelligence firm cooperate on unmanned vessels

South Korean shipbuilder HD Hyundai Heavy Industries said it has agreed to cooperate with U.S. artificial intelligence company Palantir Technologies to develop an unmanned surface vessel (USV) for maritime surveillance. It is hoped that the first version will be ready by 2026. Cooperation will later…
New Ships
18. April 2024

European owner takes product carriers

Brokers say China’s Chengxi Shipyard has an order from Greek shipping company Prodigy for two 50,000dwt product carriers. They are scheduled to be delivered in 2026. Prodigy is part of the group around Greek shipowner Ion Varouxakis. Brokers say the order was placed earlier this year but was not…
New Ships
18. April 2024

USD 274 million bulker order from Scandinavia

Chinese yard Qingdao Yangfan Shipbuilding has received an order for four 210,000dwt bulk carriers from Seatankers Management, part of the group around Norwegian shipowner Mr John Fredriksen. The order is worth about USD 274 million. It is believed to be Seatanker’s first major bulker newbuilding…
New Ships
18. April 2024

Italy's Leonardo close to selling submarine equipment unit WASS to Fincantieri

Italian defence group Leonardo is close to finalising a deal to sell its submarine equipment and torpedo subsidiary Whitehead Alenia Sistemi Subacquei (WASS) to Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri, Leonardo's chief executive said. "We are talking days, not months," Leonardo CEO Mr Roberto Cingolani…
Ship&Offshore
18. April 2024

MAN wins methanol genset order

MAN Energy Solutions has clinched an order for three dual-fuel methanol gensets for a 7,990dwt IMO Type II chemical bunker tanker, due for delivery in the final quarter of 2025. The three MAN 6L21/31DF-M engines will be part of a diesel-electric propulsion setup incorporating electric motors driving…
New Ships
18. April 2024

Heavy lift vessels for ultra-large cargo

Dutch company BigLift Shipping said it and its South Korean partner CY Shipping have ordered two heavy cargo freighters of 25,000dwt from Chinese yard Jing Jiang Nanyang Shipbuilding. The first of the heavy transport vessels, to be owned by CY Shipping, will be delivered in the fourth quarter of…

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