ABS grants AIP to OOS' SSCV
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has presented Dutch flotel and ship management player Overdulve Offshore Services International (OOS International) with an Approval in Principle (AIP) for its new semi-submersible crane vessel (SSCV) design....
China topped Aframax NB orderbook
Korea yielded the top position to China in new Aframax/LR2 tanker order sales against a backdrop of continuous restructuring and low price competitiveness. According to TradeWinds and Clarksons, China took the top spot from Korea in Aframax/LR...
SCF dual fuel TK won 'Next Generation Ship Award '
Gagarin Prospect, an LNG dual fuel 114,000-dwt tanker owned by Sovcomflot (SCF Group) won 'Nor-Shipping Next Generation Ship Award. ' The award goes to a design “for ships that will be at sea in the coming decade,” and the award ceremony w...
HSL selected partner for new Indian warships
Hindustan Shipyard Limited (HSL), a shipyard located at Visakhapatnam, turns out to have selected a partner company to collaboratively build new Indian warships worth around INR160bn ($2.3bn). Sources told that HSL selected Turkey’s Anadolu ...
Ellen E-ferry got her name with Danfoss gears
The Ellen E-ferry, the world’s most powerful fully-electric ferry, is closer to entering passenger operations. Covering a 22-nautical mile crossing between the Danish islands of Ærø and Fynshav, the vessel will travel seven times further than...
Damen building LNG-hybrid RoRos for Seaspan
Damen is building two LNG-Hybrid RoRo Ferries for Seaspan at Damen Shipyards Mangalia. These two innovative 149-metre vessels will join Seaspan’s fleet with 1,034 lane metres and have 209m3 LNG storage onboard as well as 2 megawatt hours of bat...
Russia reviews helping Arctic shipping players
While the Sakha Republic of Russia (Yakutia) modernizes Zhatai shipyard to repair and retrofit ships transferring cargoes through the Lena River to Arctic region, governor Aisen Nikolayev expects that the yard, which is scheduled to operate from ...
Uljanik tries to resume cancelled NB project
Uljanik Shipyard of Croatia seems to have tried to resume cancelled shipbuilding project. A local media outlet reported that one Croatian businessman is in negotiation regarding a deal for building a livestock carrier for Livestock Trans...
VT Halter to modernize its yard
For a project the US shipbuilder won last April from the US Coast Guard (USCG) to build up to three heavy icebreakers, VT Halter Marine plans to improve and enlarge its yard facilities. According to industrial source and foreign press, t...
'Gee's Bend' ferry comes back after conversio
The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) Gee's Bend ferry has recently resumed its operation service after being converted at the Master Marine shipyard in the US. It is said that, in particular, the vessel is the first zero-emis...
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