Norwegian naval architect Skipsteknisk has confirmed two new design contracts for Canadian fishing companies, in addition to an ongoing build due for delivery in 2022.
Kjell-Gunnar Hoddevik and partners Johnny Årvik and Jan-Ove Langeland of Norwegian fishing company Atlantic Seafish took delivery last year of combined longliner/seine netter Atlantic, which was built for them in Turkey – the first time such a combination of fishing methods has been brought together in a new vessel. Now ...
At Nor-Fishing 2012, Wärtsilä will present a new design concept that it says may represent the future of combined pursers and trawlers.
Macduff Shipyards Ltd has just completed a major conversion on a former north east vessel.
In January 2008 Solund Verft began the prefabrication section for lengthening the vessel Sulehav. Sulehav catches pelagic fish and is owned by Norwegian company Lending Rederi.
A new fishing boat for catching monkfish, S-61 Sjøgutt, was delivered in February by Seigla Ehf. The owner is Tom Olav Hauge from Bremanger in Norway.
The new NVC 349 purse seiner from Rolls-Royce has been designed to have the optimal hull.
Skipsteknisk AS has entered into contract with Asmar Shipbuilding,Chile, for the design of a 71.3m advanced Fishery and Oceanographic Research Vessel of ST-367 design for the Chilean Navy.
Macduff Ship Design, in conjunction with CTO [a renowned tank testing facility in Gdansk, Poland] has completed an exhaustive study into the performance of trawler hull forms and has developed a new one.
Northrop Grumman Corporation has received orders to supply navigation radars for a new ship being built for the Norwegian environmental organisation, Green Warriors.
Rolls-Royce has designed the first factory trawler ordered by a Norwegian shipowner for 20 years, and delivered much of its equipment.
Maaskant Bruinisse B.V., a member of the Damen Shipyards Group and specialised in building vessels for the shellfish industry, has won the Dutch KNVTS ‘Ship of the Year’ award with “Jacoba Prins”.