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Tekmar

Tekmar Energy secures new contracts in China

Tekmar Energy is pleased to announce new Cable Protection System (CPS) supply contracts for two offshore windfarm projects located in the coastal province of Guangdong in southeast China. Under the contracts, Tekmar Energy will supply its patented TekLink mechanical latch CPS technology to protect subsea cables as they transition from the seabed through the...

Stefania begins sea trials

Stefania, the first gold-painted hull in the Gran Turismo Transatlantic (GTT) 135 series, has begun sea trials following her launch earlier this month from Dynamiq’s facility in Massa, Tuscany. The shipyard’s technical team, together with key contractors and consultants, will now put her safety, navigation, propulsion and other systems through their paces. Piloted by...
Vestas

Vestas launches the V236-15.0 MW

To continue to lead the expansion of wind energy into becoming the dominant energy source, it is crucial for Vestas to become a leader in offshore wind. This journey was launched with the full acquisition of their former offshore joint venture, and now the company is taking another step forward along their offshore innovation...
Wärtsilä

Wärtsilä and Siem Offshore sign a 5-year Optimised Maintenance agreement

The technology group Wärtsilä has signed a Wärtsilä Optimised Maintenance Agreement covering two offshore Well Intervention Vessels owned by Norway based Siem Offshore. The 5-year agreement will ensure the optimal maintenance required to reduce the vessels’ fuel consumption and emissions by utilising the latest digital technology to provide real-time monitoring and support. The agreement...
Swan Hellenic

SH Vega announced as name of second Swan Hellenic ship

Swan Hellenic today announced the keel laying of SH Vega, the second of three purpose-designed ice-class expedition cruise ships that Helsinki Shipyard is building for the iconic cultural expedition cruise pioneer. The keel was laid in accordance with seafaring tradition and current COVID-19 restrictions, immediately receiving the outfitted and painted block 302 which had...
Voith

Voith equips German multi-purpose vessels with Inline Thrusters

On behalf of the German government, Lemwerder-based shipbuilder Abeking & Rasmussen Schiffs- und Yachtwerft (A&R) is building three multi-purpose vessels for use in German waterways. The Ship Technology Department at the BAW (German Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute) is responsible for planning and design, tendering, and ongoing construction management. Over the next three...



Vestas launches the V236-15.0 MW
11-02-2021
Wärtsilä and Siem Offshore sign a 5-year Optimised Maintenance agreement
11-02-2021
SH Vega announced as name of second Swan Hellenic ship
11-02-2021
Voith equips German multi-purpose vessels with Inline Thrusters
11-02-2021
Schottel propulsion systems for nine more Russian cargo vessels
11-02-2021
Videotec’s Digital Event scheduled for 25 February
11-02-2021
Two-wells contract for low-emission rig
05-02-2021
NHV awarded offshore contract by Neptune Energy Aberdeen
01-02-2021
Kongsberg technology will secure green footprint of new next-generation wind turbine installation unit
25-01-2021
Wärtsilä participating in EU-funded project to decarbonise long-distance shipping
25-01-2021
Switching to a permanent power solution for superyachts
22-01-2021
SCHOTTEL Middle East appoints Dirk Wagner as new Managing Director
22-01-2021
Damen Marine Components wins steering gear contract
22-01-2021
Chevron Marine Lubricants keeps ships sailing amid VLSFO engine challenges
22-01-2021
New milestone for Inmarsat
21-01-2021
SMM Digital – free of charge
21-01-2021
Bering Yachts lays the keel for the 33m B107 superyacht
21-01-2021
Equinor selected for largest-ever US offshore wind award
14-01-2021
ABB to provide Azipod electric propulsion for eco-friendly superyacht
13-01-2021
SuperYacht Industry issue 4 2020
12-01-2021
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