- eMaritime Group Busy Conducting Onboard Bridge Team ECDIS Audits
- Fate of IMO’s Ballast Water Convention to be decided at MEPC 71, says Coldharbour CEO
- Global Maritime Appoints Indonesia Country Manager
- Milestone on route to fairway adjustment
- Flags fly high as ABP’s Ports of Ipswich and Lowestoft celebrate Suffolk Day
- Reederei Hamburger Lloyd Chooses Sealink Plus VSAT for Container Ship and Bulker Fleet
- John Hadley joins the Chelsom board as Marine Director
- Corvus Energy wins top BC technology innovation award
- Caspian success sees ATR unveil new facilities and staff in Kazakhstan
- Rolls-Royce, Aviall agree contract to support AE defence engines for global fleet sustainment
Shipyards and Shipbuilding
Norwegian maritime transport company Skyssbåtservice has taken delivery of a Stan Pontoon 4512 from the Damen Shipyards Group. The 45-metre barge will be capable of fulfilling a variety of roles in both the general maritime transport sector projects and the oil & gas industry.
A surge in offshore vessel repair and maintenance work at Gibdock has included a special project for returning customer Solstad, to ensure that Normand Reach meets the exacting hull cleanliness standards set by Australia’s National Biofouling Management Guidelines for commercial vessels.
Stand number: A4-A6 At this year’s Poole Harbour Boat Show (19th- 21st May), Sunseeker will be showcasing its stylish 75 Yacht, the largest motor yacht at the Show and the impressive Predator 57.
Damen has launched the Renewables Service Vessel (RSV) 3315, a new type, which has been developed in close cooperation with Scottish company Delta Marine.
Autonomous and 100% electric, ’YARA Birkeland’ will be the world’s most advanced container feeder ship.
Saam Smit Towage has ordered a new ASD (Azimuth Stern Drive) 2411 tug from Damen Shipyards, for operations in the port of Colón, Panama. Built for stock at Damen Song Cam Shipyard in Vietnam, it was subsequently transported to the Netherlands for finishing. With the agreement in place the new vessel, named the SST Portobelo, is now underway to join the 11-strong Saam Smit tug fleet in Panama.