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  • New ships » Wind turbine vessel from Tuco
    service and to transport people out to the wind farms The boat is designed to be lifted up and down from a larger mother ship with a David system and the boat can be equipped with systems of hooks after the owner s desire With the new boat Tuco Marine goes directly after the third round of offshore installations which takes place in deep water These wind farms are located so far from land that daily transport to and from the coast is not possible and technicians must be accommodated in larger mother ships or residential platforms It requires a stable support vessel capable of carrying crew from residential unit to and from the installations The new vessel is constructed of carbon fiber which entails a low weight The low weight increases partly the boat s fuel efficiency and partly makes it possible to connect the boat to ships that are not able to handle heavier follow ships Source Tuco Marine Group 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=17960 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Electric ferry on the way to Stockholm
    the company Ballerina AB Faaborg Shipyard expects similar tasks in the future The politicians in Stockholm have decided that they will test electric ferries and this is the first one This is only a test but if all goes as planned they will replace the old ferries with the new electric powered ones says Hans Jørgen Riber from Principia North who designed the ferry The ferry s batteries are 600 volts and the ferry can sail 7 to 8 hours on one full charge But there are also two diesel generators which can be started if need be The Sjövägens speed is approximately 12 knots and it will reach Stockholm in a weeks time Faaborg Shipyard is currently building a similar ship for use in Copenhagen The hope is that they will sell more ferries to Stockholm when all passenger ferries will be replaced by electrical ferries Source fyens dk 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17900 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Danish despatched soldiers comemorated
    Day they are recognized for their efforts and sacrifices they have made for Denmark This is the sixth time Flag Day is being held Flag Day is a good opportunity to express our appreciation for the Danish soldier s efforts in some of the world s conflict zones Concerning the Navy ever since Olfert Fisher was inserted in the first Gulf War in 1990 we have been requested several times Within the last year alone the Navy has had about 1070 soldiers deployed in international operations However most of them have been dispatched several times during the period They and many other veterans deserve to be honored says Frank Trojahn Chief of the Naval Operations Command The official celebration of the dispatched begins Friday morning with the placing of wreath at The Monument of the Danish International Effort in Copenhagen Source SOK 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 luxury yachts ESVAGT s first wind turbine

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17887 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Danish Yachts delivers new construction
    Swath and will be used to transport personnel and spare parts to wind farms The 25 meter long vessel is the fifth in a series of passenger vessels in carbon fiber We have managed to reduce weight from 110 to 93 6 tons and we have moved heavy equipment deeper into the ship which has improved stability says sales director Hans Nadolny from Danish Yachts Lina has room for 24 passengers and five crewmembers can sail 23 knots even in strong winds while passengers get smooth operation In addition to the new crew ships such as Lina Danish Yachts produces motor and sail powered yachts and motor boats and military patrol boats Last year Danish Yachts had a loss of 34 5 million kroner and the owner BV Netherlands created by the late Jørgen Philip Sørensen decided to put additional DKK 35 million into the company to ensure continued operation Source nordjyske dk 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17856 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » New standby vessel bound for Esvagt
    standby vessel bound for Esvagt 21 08 2014 16 00 00 Tweet ESVAGT latest new acquisition the standby vessel Esvagt Claudine is on track to Esbjerg from Singapore where it is built The ship left Singapore in mid July and is expected to arrive in Esbjerg on 3 September The ship is 46 meters long and 12 meters wide The tonnage is 963 GT Esvagt has 12 C ships in the fleet all of which are built at the shipyard ASL in Singapore In May the company ordered two more which are expected to be delivered in the summer of 2015 they are ordered without charter but Esvagt expects the market to grow further Source 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 luxury yachts ESVAGT s first wind turbine ship in Esbjerg First electric powered ferry to Ærø in 2017 DONG acquires new crew vessel The ultimate reefer ro ro design Todays Top 5

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17844 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Marin Teknikk design new Maersk ships
    000 tons Marin Teknikk is very pleased to sign this agreement It is a project that we have worked with for a long time and clearly confirms our position as one of the leading designers of advanced subsea support vessels We have recently designed several ships in this category the most recent Olympic Shipping and Rem Offshore was stated in a message from Marin Teknikk The agreement also means that many Norwegian and European subcontractors will be involved in the construction of the ship The agreement means that Marine Teknikk has a lot of work until 2016 Marin Teknikk is headquartered in Herøy Sunnmøre in Norway and has approximately 60 employees In addition Marin Teknikk has offices in Szczecin and Gdansk in Poland with about 40 engineers employed The ships are designed to work at 3000 meters water depth and are equipped with a 400 ton AHC crane There will be 1 925 square meters of free deck area and there will be opportunity for the accommodation of 120 people on board Source Marin Teknikk 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17805 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » New generation of Swath
    comfort of passengers and crew is improved We are very excited about the launch of our second generation Swath which we believe will exceed our customers expectations in terms of safety and performance We are pushing the boundaries of design innovation and improve carbon fiber production techniques to improve safety standards for crew and passengers while at sea on our vessels and we will continue to do says Patrik von Sydow CEO of Danish Yachts The weight has been reduced by 15 percent compared to the original design which improves fuel efficiency The wheelhouse has also been amended so that it now has full view of 360 degrees which is an advantage when you re at sea and must moor at windmills The latest Swath vessel was built for the energy company E ON but before it is delivered to E ON it must first undergo a trial run Danish Yachts has already started to build a new 32 meter Swath to the oil and gas industry Source Danish Yachts 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17716 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Sea Challenger arrived in Esbjerg
    Challenger arrived for the first time to Esbjerg on Sunday The 155 million expensive ship was built at the Chinese shipyard Cosco Qidong and is the sister ship to the Sea Installer In Esbjerg the installation vessel is now being readied for its first task the installation of 35 Siemens 6MW offshore wind turbines on the Westermost Rough project in Britain Sea Challenger is expected to depart from Esbjerg to Westermost Rough in the middle of next month Sea Challenger is virtually identical to her sister ship Sea Installer however Sea Challenger is fitted with a crane with a capacity of 900 tonnes 100 tonnes more than Sea Installers crane Sea Challenger which can operate up to 45 meters deep according A2SEA secured work until the end of 2015 Source A2SEA 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 luxury yachts ESVAGT s first wind turbine ship in Esbjerg First electric powered ferry to Ærø

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=17690 (2016-05-01)
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