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  • New ships » Esvagt Server commence agreement
    00 Tweet The latest addition to Esvagt s growing fleet of guard and supply vessels the Esvagt Server began a 5 year charter agreement with Maersk Oil shortly before the new year Esvagt Server arrived in late October to Søby Shipyard where a DP2 system was installed Also the vessel was painted in Esvagt s distinctive red color Esvagt Server was built as Montet Tide for Tidewater Group on Pulau Batam but was immediately after its completion bought by Esvagt The ship is equipped with two Yanmar 8N330 A main engines providing 2 x 3 310 kW of power and a bollardpull at 118 tonnes Esvagt Server is 72 meters long 16 meters wide and has a tonnage of 2 576 GT Source Bent Mikkelsen 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=16473 (2016-05-01)
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  • New ships » Sea Installer arrives in Denmark
    Denmark The vessel is a second generation vessel for the offshore wind industry built to transport and install offshore wind turbines efficiently The vessel can transport more turbines at one time which helps to reduce the installation costs of green energy The working range is significantly larger for this vessel compared to the vessels that have worked within offshore wind until now says Jens Frederik Hansen CEO of A2SEA He looks forward to seeing her in action We have been awaiting Sea Instarre s arrival for some time now Luckily the journey through pirate waters went well and now it will be exciting to follow how the vessel performs when she is put into op eration soon in connection with the installation of 2 Siemens 6 MW turbines at DONG Energy s project Gunfleet Sand 3 Sea Installer will be busy until 2014 First she will install test turbines on Gunfleet Sands 3 then she will sail to Denmark for the Anholt Project February to April 2013 followed by West of Duddon Sands from April 2013 until mid 2014 in the Irish Sea Source A2SEA Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Terntank names LNG fueled tankers M H Simonsen

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=16401 (2016-05-01)
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  • Off-duty » Special Transportation through Storebælt
    Storebælt Photo Knud Olsen 18 03 2016 12 00 00 Tweet Yesterday morning the special vessel Happy Diamond from the Dutch shipping company Biglift was photographed as it passed through Storebælt The company headquartered in Amsterdam has a fleet of 15 special and heavy lift vessels The ships are equipped with cranes that can lift up to 1 800 tons They are used for transport of large and heavy units notably in the oil gas and mining industries as well as parts for power plants Under the text is a presentation video from Biglift The editors thank Knud Olsen for that great view of the special ship that is in the North Sea off Hvide Sande right now Source Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Special Transportation through Storebælt Last B W new construction sold for scrap Chinese warships visit Copenhagen The royal ship has begun expedition Holiday back in Aalborg after 30 years Drones can be heading to the Navy The Blue Denmark on Folkemødet New Chairman of MHI Vestas The Royal Yacht out of hibernation Tyrannical billionaire not shipping magnate New Director of the Maritime Museum Sailing cafe in the waters of Fyn Todays Top

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18605 (2016-05-01)
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  • Off-duty » Last B & W new construction sold for scrap
    now being made into recycled materials Burmeister Wain shipyard new construction no 957 was delivered March 20 1996 and then shipbuilding on Refshaleøen in Copenhagen ceased Before that B W Shipyard struggled to survive in a strained market and the restrictions on financial opportunities Jens Stephensen and his predecessors in the post tried to argue that 1 000 new ships should be constructed every year B W in Copenhagen should just construct four to five of the many ships to keep the factory Jens Stephensen also used arguments that the amount that was spent on art support in Denmark could easily keep a shipyard as B W going and that he also considered constructions from the shipyard as art installation art It did not help so they had to close shop and send the last of the famous B W workers home Read the full article on Ever Mighty in the new edition of the magazine Maritime Denmark by clicking on the page below Source Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Special Transportation through Storebælt Last B W new construction sold for scrap Chinese warships visit Copenhagen The royal ship has begun expedition Holiday back in Aalborg

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18596 (2016-05-01)
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  • Off-duty » Chinese warships visit Copenhagen
    weekend where they have visited the North Harbour There was an open day on board the Chinese ships for employees of the Danish armed forces and their families on Saturday The visit to Copenhagen stems from the Danish Chinese naval cooperation in the removal of chemical weapons from Syria as well as anti piracy operations off the Horn of Africa The visit to Denmark is part of a larger wave of visits when Chinese naval vessels after having been deployed by the Horn of Africa will be visiting Finland Sweden USA and Australia before returning to China The Swedish photographer Per Körnefeldt was at sea when the Chinese warships arrived in Copenhagen where they were received by the Danish frigate Iver Huitfeldt We thank Per Körnefeldt for the pictures which can be seen in a new Photostream by clicking HERE Source Forsvaret Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Special Transportation through Storebælt Last B W new construction sold for scrap Chinese warships visit Copenhagen The royal ship has begun expedition Holiday back in Aalborg after 30 years Drones can be heading to the Navy The Blue Denmark on Folkemødet New Chairman of MHI Vestas The Royal Yacht

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18455 (2016-05-01)
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  • Off-duty » The royal ship has begun expedition
    with a visit to Ittoqqortoormiit Station Nord and Thule Air Base as well as visits to settlements in Savissivik This part of the visit proceeds without the royal ship Dannebrog which will then take over In West Greenland the royal couple will visit Upernavik Ukkusissat Qullissat Saqqaq Ilulissat Qasigiannguit Kitsissuarsuit Sisimiut Kangaamiut Maniitsoq and Nuuk H M The queen started in northern Greenland on Wednesday July 8 at Station Nord where the Queen is responsible for the dedication of the research station Villum Research Station HRH Crown Prince opened the research station in 2013 Here are the Royal Yacht sail plan for Greenland expedition July 12 Visit to Upernavik July 13 Visit to Ukkusissat July 14 Visit to Qullissat and Saqqaq July 15 Visit to Ilulissat July 16 Visit to Qasigiannguit and Kitsissuarsuit July 17 Visit to Sisimiut July 19 Visit to Kangaamiut July 20 Visit to Maniitsoq July 21 Visit to Nuuk afternoon and evening July 22 Visit to Nuuk Source Royal Family and sermitsiaq ag Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Special Transportation through Storebælt Last B W new construction sold for scrap Chinese warships visit Copenhagen The royal ship has begun expedition Holiday back

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18437 (2016-05-01)
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  • Off-duty » Holiday back in Aalborg after 30 years
    single day Magellan is identical to the super cruise ship Holiday which was delivered from the closed Aalborg Shipyard The former shipyard workers will go on the pier and be proud of the ship that in the years 1984 85 were welded together and equipped in the area at that time amounted to Aalborg Shipyard It was not the last ship from the shipyard but it was quite close At that time in July 1985 when Holiday left for Miami nobody knew what would eventually happen to the shipyard It closed three years later after having built three reefers for the Soviet Union ships that in 2014 and 2015 were shipped off to recycling The vessel was the second new construction for the US Carnival Cruise Line and with Tropicale made Carnival one of the world s largest cruise operators Read more about Holiday Magellan in the latest edition of the magazine Maritime Denmark including Source Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Special Transportation through Storebælt Last B W new construction sold for scrap Chinese warships visit Copenhagen The royal ship has begun expedition Holiday back in Aalborg after 30 years Drones can be heading to the

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18442 (2016-05-01)
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  • Off-duty » Drones can be heading to the Navy
    a debate at the People s Meeting on the drone technology A drone with a camera which is able to spot a person or a boat in the water will give us a much better chance of finding and rescuing the shipwrecked says Thomas Bay Jensen He expects drones to become as normal marine equipment for the Navy as GPS within a few years A single mission with a regular helicopter Ed Would cost more than buying the drone says the Commander to Ingeniøren Michael Linden Vørnle who leads the DTU drone center agrees with the commander Imagine a ship in distress which is taking in water Not only will a bigger drone be able to reach the crew it could also be able to stay in the area and provide information to a rescue helicopter says Michael Linden Vørnle Ingeniøren is present at the Folkemøde and covers current topics of interest for its readers on the extensive meeting which will run until Sunday Source Ingeniøren Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Special Transportation through Storebælt Last B W new construction sold for scrap Chinese warships visit Copenhagen The royal ship has begun expedition Holiday back in

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18404 (2016-05-01)
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