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  • New ships » Insertion of new ferry delayed
    Services RSS Danish Maritime Fair Danish Insertion of new ferry delayed 22 05 2013 12 00 00 Tweet The new ferry between Rudkobing and Strynø in Denmark which is being built at Hvide Sande Ship and Boat Yard was planned for delivery on 17 June But when the staff practiced the sailing of the new ferry it showed that they will have to wait with the deployment for mid July The ferry which will be called Strynø is replacing the longstanding ferry RTEM Strynboen It also been decided that the ferry shall have new equipment for ticket sales It will be set up in the autumn 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 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 New Samsø Ferry is in good shape This

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=16957 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Steel Cutting Ceremony for Wind Server
    operation and maintenance services in the offshore wind industry Replacement of key components requires extensive jack up capabilities and this vessel will be able to perform the operation on large turbines in deep waters DBB Jack Up is focusing on offshore wind O M and developing vessels and services to support both Utilities and turbine manufacturers Growing site complexity makes offshore logistics even more challenging and purpose built vessels for O M is just one part of the puzzle helping our clients reduce costs and increase productivity says Thorsten Jalk CEO at DBB Jack Up Services A S DBB s first jack up Wind is currently undertaking O M works on wind farms in the UK while their second jack up Wind Pioneer is entering the final stages of its conversion and will be operational later this year Wind Server will be the third O M jack up in DBB s fleet and is scheduled for delivery in the second half of 2014 Source DBB 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=16868 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Air bubbles save fuel
    conducted in Sweden shows that air bubbles flowing out of the holes in the hull of a ship reduce friction through the water by about 40 percent thus reducing fuel consumption by 30 percent The results are so promising that the Norwegian shipping company Torghattan North are planning to build a 22 meter ASV Air Supported Vessel It will be a passenger and freight fast ferry that will be deployed on several of the company s routes The ferry is expected to be ready as early as next year Torghattan North estimates that the operating economy of the new ASV speed ferry which will operate at a speed of between 30 and 35 knots will be better than the catamaran fast ferries that the company uses today Source tu no 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=16839 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » New Hundested - Rørvig ferry in port
    from Bangladesh as deck cargo on board the heavy lift vessel Baltic Winter the new ferry for the Hundested Rørvig route arrived in Hundested late Sunday afternoon It has been a long and exciting day and the whole operation went really well We had a small problem with starting one auxiliary motor but otherwise everything has gone according to plan There has been no damage to the ferry on the journey nor when lowering it down from Baltic Winter says Bo Andersen co owner of the ferry to sn dk A large number of people had turned up at the harbor to welcome the new ferry including a broadcast crew from Færgegalleriet which subsequently e mailed the above image to our editors Baltic Winter continued to Aalbæk Bay where it now lies at anchor Source sn 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 sell luxury yachts ESVAGT s first wind turbine ship in Esbjerg First electric

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=16834 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Pacific Osprey visiting Aarhus
    s South Korean shipyard in late December last year The huge is leaving Aarhus late on Wednesday Pacific Osprey is in Aarhus to get supplies on board before proceeding to Norway 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=16821 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » MAN L27/38-Powered AHTS
    Renaissance Services SAOG and a regional leader in providing offshore support vessels and engineering services has passed yet another milestone in its 35 year history by building two Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels The two 67 metre 80 ton bollard pull vessels are ready for anchor handling tug supply services and the transportation of dry and liquid cargo to and from pipe laying barges drilling platforms and production platforms for offshore operations The Topaz Dignity will operate on behalf of BP the oil and gas major on a long term contract basis in the Caspian Sea whilst Topaz Triumph may remain in the Middle East and be operated by Topaz Marine MENA The state of the art vessels are equipped with the latest technical equipment and are custom built for Fi Fi Class I and DP2 operations The twin screw propulsion package for each vessel consists of 8 cylinder mediumspeed MAN L27 38 engines of 2 720 kW each horizontal offset reduction gearboxes with an CPP servo oil distribution unit and a 1 500 kW shaft alternator PTO The gearboxes drive approximately 18 metre intermediate shafting and 13 metre propeller tailshafts in oil lubricated stern tubes The MAN Alpha CP Propellers are 2 800 mm diameter ducted turning 198 r min at MCR The propeller thrust and pulling power is boosted by Alpha High Thrust nozzles customised to hull integration with a length diameter ratio L D of 0 6 The Alphatronic 2000 Propulsion Control System is configured with twin control stations on both main bridge aft bridge and in the engine control room including interfaces to joystick and dynamic positioning systems Source MAN Diesel Turbo 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=16805 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » New research vessel will be named Aurora
    in the yard The keel on the 28 meterlong ship has just been completed and construction is progressing according to plan Aurora is a very flexible ship that can be adapted for many different tasks She can really reinvent herself every morning says Torben Vang skipper of the new research vessel The Hvide Sande Ship Bådebyggeri are building the ship and get the hull assembled in Szczecin Poland In June the hull will be transported to Hvide Sande to be furnished and equipped with a volume of scientific equipment The contract with the yard was signed on 27 June 2012 The total cost is 40 million kroner of which 30 million comes from the Board of Research and Innovation The finished ship will be in the hands of University of Aarhus on 17 February 2014 The ship is the first newly constructed Danish research ship since Dana was built over 30 years ago The new vessel gives a better opportunity to examine and understand ecosystems in the oceans for the benefit of all Danish marine scientists and a host of new students Fourteen people may remain on board for up to ten days There is no doubt that Danish marine scientists will get significantly better options when Aurora head for unknown horizons from the summer of 2014 says Torben Vang who is looking forward to welcoming researchers on much better bigger and quite modern sailing research facilities Aurora is the Roman goddess of dawn She renews herself every morning The sun is her brother and her sister is the moon The four winds north south east and west are her sons Source University of Aarhus Science and Technology Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled tankers M H Simonsen expands with two ships Esvagt and MHI

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=16673 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » New Danish ferry tested in Bangladesh
    in the middle of the river and sailed at full speed for 10 minutes where there have been made some measurements says Director of Hundested Rørvig Ferry Bo Andersen The real test sail which includes sailed for four hours at full speed is yet to come From 31 January to 5th February three experts from the Danish Maritime Authority will come a navigator an expert in machinery and an expert in shipbuilding They will in particular look on the structure alarm and emergency system Then we would like to be there We are obviously excited that everything is as it should be says Bo Andersen Originally it was thought that the newly built ferry had to sail from Bangladesh to its new home at Isefjord when it was finally approved There will probably be too many requirements to meet and permissions to be granted Instead we choose a heavy lift transport We are in dialogue with several shipping companies says the director The plan is that the new ferry will be inserted on the crossing between Hundested Rørvig by the 1st of July Source Frederiksværk Hasnæs Posten maritimedenmark dk Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=16490 (2016-05-01)
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