Power & Propulsion – Page 4

  • Gardar engine refit promises savings

    Gardar engine refit promises NOx and fuel savings


    Wärtsilä is due to deliver the first of its new generation Wärtsilä 31 engines to a Norwegian customer, and this is the installation of such an engine to replace an older unit.

  • Perkins My Engine App gets upgrade after 100k downloads

    Perkins My Engine App gets upgrade after 100k downloads


    The Perkins My Engine app has been downloaded by users more than 100,000 times since its launch in 2017, and this milestone has marked with a major upgrade to the My Engine user interface.

  • Chevron’s 2020-ready lubricant range

    Chevron Marine Lubricants launches 2020-ready lubricant range


    Chevron Marine Lubricants has developed a brand-new range of cylinder lubricants compatible with virtually all available global sulphur cap 2020 compliance options.

  • Cummins introduces X15

    Cummins introduces X15 for commercial marine market


    The Cummins X15 engine offers variable speed and fixed speed ratings between 450 and 600hp, meeting US EPA and IMO emissions standards.

  • Volvo Penta is developing a hybrid-powered IPS

    Hybrid concept for IPS system


    Volvo Penta has revealed it is developing a hybrid-powered Inboard Performance System (IPS) concept.

  • MAN to equip first LNG-powered fishing vessel

    MAN to equip first LNG-powered fishing vessel


    MAN Diesel & Turbo has been selected to provide a complete propulsion package and fuel-gas system for the world’s first fishing vessel with LNG propulsion. 86-metre pelagic vessel Libas will be built by Cemre Shipyard in Istanbul.

  • Commercial Oils

    Commercial Oils at Skipper Expo Int. Aberdeen


    Commercial Oils, part of Certas Energy Lubricants, will be exhibiting at Skipper Expo International Aberdeen to demonstrate its range of lubricants and greases for the commercial fishing industry.

  • Meaban: Class act

    Meaban: Class act


    Built in 1966 as a stern trawler, Meaban was later converted into a longliner, and despite its age, this 33 metre LOA, 8 metre beam fishing vessel is a class act, landing around 900 tonnes of hake caught west of Scotland and Ireland every year to markets in Spain.

  • Flexible approach needs reliability

    Flexible approach needs reliability


    The obvious choice is not necessarily the right one, as Le Croisic fishermen Dominique Debec points out. He takes a flexible approach to fishing, meeting the challenges of fishing restrictions and oversupplied markets by switching his target species between spider crab, brown crab, shrimp and lobster that he fishes in ...

  • The new optimised stern trawler designed by Wärtsilä will reduce fuel consumption and notably increase overall vessel efficiency compared to currently available designs. Credit: Wärtsilä

    New Wärtsilä trawler design


    Wärtsilä Ship Design has introduced a new optimised stern trawler design that it says will reduce fuel consumption and notably increase overall vessel efficiency compared to currently available designs.

  • 'Debra Marie'

    ‘Debra Maria’ powered by JCB


    A new catamaran for UK fisherman Robert Mole is powered by twin Mermaid JCB engines.

  • The two longliners will be equipped with Scana Propulsion two-speed gearbox and cp-propeller system with control system. Credit: MarinTeknikk AS

    Scana Propulsion wins new fishing vessel contracts


    Scana Propulsion has secured propulsion system contracts for newbuild fishing vessels and for important retrofit projects.

  • Seiner/trawlers of Skipskompetanse design for Lenin Kolkoz to be built at Yantar Shipyard

    Scana Propulsion signs contracts for five fishing vessels


    Norwegian propulsion system manufacturer, Scana Propulsion, has won new contracts for propulsion systems for five fishing vessels.

  • VarShaft® concept

    Improving the energy efficiency of fishing boats


    The first prototype of Barillec’s latest innovation - the VarShaft® system - is now available in its showroom in Concarneau, France.

  • News

    Landau wins UK fishing vessel contract


    Landau UK has won a three year contract with Defra and the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) to provide engineering services for the testing of engine power of fishing vessels around the UK.

  • Marine Harvest Scotland has accepted its first OXE Diesel unit for service at one of its salmon farms

    First OXE Diesel outboard enters service


    The world’s first commercially available high power diesel outboard engine has recently entered service with launch customer Marine Harvest Scotland.

  • The event will highlight the potential use of high performance marine battery systems and stored energy

    High Performance Marine Batteries & Stored Energy Workshop


    This unique event brings together an international group of experts armed with the latest knowledge to highlight the potential use of high performance marine battery systems and stored energy.

  • The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk research vessel 'Spirit of the Sound' is equipped with BAE Systems HybriGen technology

    Hybrid technology for fishing and aquaculture


    In 2016 two significant developments are going to make many owners, operators and builders of fishing vessels consider hybrid marine power.

  • The 6090SFM85 model

    John Deere introduces Tier 3 marine engine lineup


    John Deere Power Systems (JDPS) has announced that it meets U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Marine Tier 3 emissions regulations with a complete lineup of diesel engines from 74 to 559kW (99 to 750hp).

  • News

    Six-cylinder upgrade


    Germany’s MAN Engines is set to modernise its range of inline six-cylinder engines for work boats with the launch of the latest generation of engines based on the MAN D2676 with cylinder capacity of 12.4 litres.