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  • New ships » Thrane brothers want to sell luxury yachts
    and therefore they have plans to start selling these types of ships So far they have established Poseidon Shipbuilding which owns all rights to the design The ships sail three times farther on a liter of diesel than the normal motor boats which we already have Generally there s a focus on these ships fuel consumption People in Cannes look down on large yachts that are moored in a cloud of smoke says Per Blinkenberg Thrane The two luxury yachts as the Thrane brothers have ordered are hybrid ships which means diesel engines combined with batteries The battery makes it possible to sail quietly into a marina and maneuver around the harbor on batteries only and at low speeds the ships can sail with just one engine because the batteries contribute to the propulsion of the ship Poseidon Shipbuilding has the right to have sister ships to the hybrid yachts built by any yard The company will act as sales agency in the future whose buyers want to acquire an environmentally friendly luxury yacht Jens Harrsen senior naval architect Knud E Hansen talks about the ships The ships are designed to be as green as possible They have equipment for wastewater treatment development of drinking water and batteries so they can sail quietly and without polluting in ports The Thrane brothers have been very special customers They asked for detailed requirements which has been a great and very exciting challenge for us he says The two luxury yachts will have room for up to 12 people on board Source Dagbladet Børsen Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled tankers M H Simonsen expands with two ships Esvagt and MHI Vestas agree on contract Svitzer takes delivery of tugboats Danish design behind Australian icebreaker Danish

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18406 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » ESVAGT's first wind turbine ship in Esbjerg
    Esbjerg until Wednesday before the ship is handed over to Siemens Wind Power where it is immediately deployed We have managed to transfer our experience over 33 years in oil and gas activities to solve the transport needs of the segment offshore wind Thus the concept has been implemented which according to our expectations can also ensure better economy the wind farms says CEO of Esvagt A S Søren Nørgaard Thomsen The vessel Esvagt Froude will be deployed on Wednesday February 18 while its sister ship Esvagt Faraday starts on its contract in early April The German energy company has chartered Esvagt Froude for five years for servicing services by the establishment and operation of the wind farm Baltic 2 in the Baltic Sea Esvagt Faraday which is delivered in April is chartered to perform a similar function by Butendiek project in the northern German North Sea on a 10 year contract There are agreed options to extend both contracts Source Esvagt Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled tankers M H Simonsen expands with two ships Esvagt and MHI Vestas agree on contract Svitzer takes delivery of tugboats Danish design behind Australian icebreaker

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18264 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » First electric powered ferry to Ærø in 2017
    provides a more flexible ferry services it will be 50 percent cheaper in energy costs and that means an overall decline in Ærø CO2 emissions of 25 percent per year says Henrik H Mikkelsen from Green Ferry Vision The plan is that the current ferry Skjoldnæsholm from 2017 will be replaced by an electric ferry that can transport 30 cars and where the passengers will sit as they would in an aircraft There will be less room but in return the trip will go faster Søby Shipyard will be in charge of building the new ferries and the hull of the ferries will likely be built in steel We re not going to see vessels not engaged in regular service with electric power The first small ferries are in operation in Stockholm and in Norway but they travel short distances between charging stations says Henrik H Mikkelsen Faaborg Shipyard has produced an electric ferry named Sjövägen for Stockholm and Faaborg Shipyard is expecting to receive more orders for electric ferries from Stockholm In the future we hope that many more countries will invest in energy efficient ferries adds Henrik H Mikkelsen Source Søfartens Ledere Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18228 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » DONG acquires new crew vessel
    farms and consequently reduce the price of energy from offshore wind It is not only the availability of our wind turbines that will be increased since the vessel is more stable and less vulnerable to severe weather We will also be more efficient because the vessel s speed makes it possible for us to reach the turbines much faster than before says Niels Agner Jensen Naval Architect and Lead Maritime Project Manager Operation and maintenance of offshore wind turbines typically accounts for more than 20 percent of the total investment in an offshore wind farm One of the reasons is that turbine availability is often challenged by the harsh weather conditions that make it difficult to reach the turbines by boat quickly It will be different on Borkum Riffgrund 1 offshore wind farm in the North Sea with the new vessel which uses a completely new air cushion technology that makes it possible for the technicians to sail to the wind turbines with higher speed under more difficult weather conditions and in greater comfort DONG Energy has chartered the vessel for eight months from March 1 2015 with the option to extend the contract for an additional four months The vessel is 26 meters long 10 meters wide and has a total payload of four tons Depending on among other things wave height the vessel has a cruising speed of 40 knots and an average range of 500 navy miles and can carry 2 3 crew members and 12 passengers The vessel will be tested with special equipment to record and monitor its performance so DONG Energy can compare it with the other vessels used in Borkum Riffgrund 1 offshore wind farm Source DONG Energy Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled tankers M

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18156 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » The ultimate reefer ro/ro design
    The design is developed for the rapid and efficient cargo handling in port making slow steaming possible In order to optimize the handling of the goods the bridge and the engine are placed in front of the ship and the heights of the four inner decks are increased to 4 5 meters so they can be used for ro ro cargo With this design the ship has a capacity of 12 500 pallets HC of which 6 800 are within the ship and the other 5 700 are in reefer containers on the deck of the ship The ship can be loaded and unloaded in 12 hours At the back of the ship there are 4 400 lane meters which corresponds to 900 1000 vehicles but the space may also be used for general project cargo Below you can see an animation of the reefer ro ro ship Source Knud E Hansen Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled tankers M H Simonsen expands with two ships Esvagt and MHI Vestas agree on contract Svitzer takes delivery of tugboats Danish design behind Australian icebreaker Danish designed ice class ferry launched Esvagt names newest ship

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18099 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » MAN Diesel & Turbo receive Chinese order
    propulsion packages will contribute to a safe and environmentally friendly ferry service in the East Asian region says Henning Bullwinkel sales manager at MAN Diesel Turbo s business unit Marine Medium Speed Both ships will get a passenger capacity of 1 500 and will connect South Korea with China MAN Diesel Turbo will supply complete propulsion system for the ferries that for each ferry will consist of two of the above engines and two five bladed MAN Alpha CP propeller The propulsion control system is MAN s Alphatronic 3000 The Chinese Shipowners Association has proposed to restrict the age of the vessels in service to 28 years The two new ferries will be credited to the ferry services from autumn 2016 replacing ships that would otherwise reach the new proposed age limit In the near future it is expected that more and more ships are to be scrapped There is a huge market potential in the East Asian market with regard to supplying propulsion several new buildings Source MAN Diesel Turbo Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled tankers M H Simonsen expands with two ships Esvagt and MHI Vestas agree on contract Svitzer

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18127 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Evergas build two new ethane-tankers
    one of the world s largest chemical companies We are pleased that INEOS has decided to expand the Dragon series of our innovative and technically advanced ships They have been specifically designed and tailored to transatlantic trade and the expansion of the order clearly shows INEOS s faith in our partnership Martin Ackermann Managing Director of Evergas stated The fleet of eight ships is to bring US ethane from shale gas to INEOS s production sites in Grangemouth Scotland and Rafnes Norway Evergas has secured a 15 year agreement with INEOS on these transatlantic shipments of ethane which will start up in 2015 David Thompson COO of INEOS Trading Shipping says The increased amounts of ethane transported by Evergas Dragon fleet will give us long term security and flexibility cost effectiveness in our supplies and most importantly support the company s competitiveness in Europe The ships are the largest most flexible and advanced multigas ships that have been built and they provide INEOS a very flexible transport of ethane deliveries says Evergas Source Evergas Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled tankers M H Simonsen expands with two ships Esvagt and MHI Vestas agree

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18052 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Maersk Drilling names deepwater drillship
    Industries SHI in Korea The drilling vessel has been named Maersk Voyager The four drill ships were ordered in 2011 and represents a total investment of 2 6 billion dollars The short term floater market is challenged but we shall continue to conduct interviews with several oil companies regarding short and long term drilling campaigns Maersk Voyager says Claus V Hemmingsen CEO Director of Maersk Drilling Maersk Voyager is expected to be delivered from the shipyard in the final quarter but has thus not had its first contract The ships are designed to remain in the same position even in very rough weather and can handle up to 11 meter high waves and wind speeds up to 26 meters per second There has also been a lot of focus on safety on board and therefore the operation done with a high degree of automation Source Maersk Drilling Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled tankers M H Simonsen expands with two ships Esvagt and MHI Vestas agree on contract Svitzer takes delivery of tugboats Danish design behind Australian icebreaker Danish designed ice class ferry launched Esvagt names newest ship Thrane brothers want to sell

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17948 (2016-05-01)
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