MAN propulsion ordered for LNG-fueled Pasha Hawaii duo; Newbuild ordering slows in second quarter

Havyard to design two new Royal Arctic Line cargo vessels
July 10, 2018 — Norway’s Havyard Design & Solutions is providing the design for two new cargo vessels for Royal Arctic Line A/S, which has an exclusive license from the Greenland government to handle all sea freight to and from the 13 biggest ports in Greenland.

MAN propulsion systems ordered for LNG-fueled Pasha Hawaii duo
The new vessels will operate fully on LNG from day one in service, dramatically reducing environmental impact and increasing fuel efficiency.dots.JPG
Bollinger would build Coast Guard icebreakers at Tampa Shipyard

The Coast Guard wants to begin construction of the first new heavy polar icebreaker in FY2019 and have it enter service in 2023.dots.JPG German shipowner adding Globecomm VSAT to new ships
Globecomm VSAT can flex to meet demand for increased bandwidth, more complex applications and HTS services as these begin to become available in maritime.dots.JPG Rate of newbuild ordering slows in second quarter
Newbuilding orders slowed across all major ship types in the second quarter of this year, according to VesselsValue’s.dots.JPG Knud E. Hansen extends its reach in Canadian market
Danish naval architectural firm Knud E. Hansen A/S has now established a permanent presence in Canada.