Gondan delivers first European built dual fuel tug
Designed by Robert Allan Ltd., the state of the art escort vessel is the first tugboat in a series of three that will provide tug services to Statoil at its far-north terminal, located at Melkøya in the Barents Sea.
Ro/Ro duo to have Wartsila propellers and shaft generators
The Wärtsilä scope of supply also includes the propeller shaft line system including propulsion controls, as well as a stern tube package with seals and bearings, intermediate shaft line bearings, and accessories.
MV Werften lays keels for two Crystal River Cruises vessels
Crystal Debussy and Crystal Ravel will measure approximately 135 meters in length and 11.5 meters in breadth, accommodating 106 guests in Crystal’s signature, all-suite luxury.
New harbor tug to have twin Veth Z-drives
Southern Illinois Transfer, a partner in Barbour JB Shipyard, will use the harbor tug to move barges on the Mississippi and Kaskaskia Rivers.
ABS gains another customer for NS Workboat
The application, based on daily crew activities, requires very little training because of the familiar mobile interface. Subchapter M compliance, top of mind for inland and coastal waterway companies, has been integrated into the software so the crew does not have to be trained on any new processes or activities.
Nor Lines and Rolls-Royce sign “Power-by-the-Hour” service agreement
The new service harnesses the power of “Big Data” to monitor, plan and perform maintenance and repairs on all the equipment it has installed on the cargo vessels.
Noble drillship gets latest Sonardyne DP reference tech
The Marksman DP-INS system is being used to provide a high integrity, independent subsea position reference for the vessel’s GE DP3 dynamic positioning (DP) system as it drills exploration wells in water depths up to 10,000 feet.