Vessels & Shipyards – Page 11

  • Spindrift

    Spindrift delivered to Whalsay


    Icelandic GRP boat builder Trefjar has delivered a new Cleapatra Fishermen to a customer in Whalsay in Shetland.

  • Karstensens deliver new Áine

    Karstensens deliver new Áine


    A new pelagic trawler for Irish company Aine Fishing was delivered recently, replacing an older vessel of the same name that had also been built by Karstensens Skibsværft in 2003. Áine is the latest in a series of new pelagic vessels from the Skagen yard.

  • BioMar

    BioMar’s environmentally friendly feed carrier


    A new high-tech vessel for shipping fish feed is about to be put into service for BioMar.

  • Venture III

    Macduff’s largest fishing vessel delivery


    Macduff Shipyards Limited has completed its largest ever fishing vessel newbuild, the 29.80m LOA by 10.50m beam Venture III, built for Whitehills owner Mark Lovie, who expects to skipper the new trawler opposite longstanding relief skipper Alan Addison.

  • Multi-purpose newbuilds for Boulogne

    Multi-purpose newbuilds for Boulogne


    The Padmos shipyard in Stellendam has delivered a new combination trawler/seine netter to a new venture in Boulogne, the first of a series of new vessels for the port.

  • Gunnar Langva

    Rolls-Royce and Westcon Yards to deliver new Gunnar Langva


    Rolls-Royce has signed a contract to deliver ship design and an extensive range of ship equipment to a purse seiner / pelagic trawler to be built for Norwegian fishing company Gunnar Langva AS, based in Ålesund.

  • Cuxhaven

    Cuxhaven heads for Barents Sea


    The first new trawler for German company Deutsche Fischfang Union (DFFU) for 21 years has been delivered by Kleven’s Myklebust Verft yard in Norway. The 80m LOA, 16m beam Cuxhaven NC-100 was delivered in mid-August, provisioned in Ålesund and sailed for its first trip in the Barents Sea.

  • Pelagic newbuild Grateful delivered to Fraserburgh owners

    Pelagic newbuild Grateful delivered to Fraserburgh owners


    The new pelagic trawler Grateful has been completed by the Karstensens shipyard at Skagen, and delivered to owners Eshcol Fishing.

  • Salt Ship Design to design new Adenia

    Salt Ship Design to design new Adenia


    The Adenia Fishing Company in Shetland has ordered a new pelagic trawler based on a design from Norwegian naval architect Salt Ship Design.

  • Wartsila Power

    Wärtsilä powers two new Nord Pilgrim trawlers


    Technology group Wärtsilä has been contracted to provide the engines and the complete propulsion package, including the propulsion control system for two new trawlers being built for Murmansk-based Nord Pilgrim Ltd.

  • Odd Lundberg

    Odd Lundberg opts for all-electric deck equipment


    Mats Lundberg and younger brother Stian, skipper and chief engineer of pelagic vessel Odd Lundberg, went to Rapp Marine for an all-electric deck gear package.

  • Tuco Marine vessel

    ROV net cleaning boat launched


    Denmark-based Tuco Marine has launched a boat which carries out high pressure net cleaning of remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROVs), to be used for fish farm operations in Norway.

  • Comata orders new toothfish longliner

    Comata orders new toothfish longliner


    The Piriou shipyard has an order from French fishing company Comata for a new 63m freezer longliner for fishing toothfish in the French TAAF EEZ in the Southern Ocean.

  • Tom Aliotti’s 'Mariola' at speed on Bellingham Bay

    Built by fishermen for fishermen


    Tom Aliotti’s new Bristol Bay gillnetter ''Mariola'' did 36 knots on sea trials. Asked the secret of getting that speed, he replied, ‘I’m not going to tell you my secret,’ he said, when asked how that speed is achieved. “Except that I have fished Bristol Bay for 33 years and ...

  • Jemar Norpower vessel

    Jemar Norpower builds fish farm workboat


    Norwegian boatbuilder Jemar Norpower has developed a GRP-hulled workboat designed to meet the needs of fish farm staff, combining speed and power to cope with a variety of roles.

  • Attero Tim’s CAT-1373-25

    Multipurpose fish farm vessel complete


    Croatia-based Attero Tim has completed the design and build of a multipurpose fish farm management catamaran with a 25t payload for Kornat Ittica fish farm on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast.

  • Nauta Shiprepair Yard

    Nauta starts sustainable trawler construction


    Polish Nauta Shiprepair Yard has begun construction of a partly outfitted energy efficient fishing trawler for Norway-headquartered Havyard Ship Technology.

  • Brunvoll Volda has contracted to supply two new fishing vessels being built at Stadyard to Skipskompetanse designs Image: Skipskompetanse AS

    Brunvoll signs new contracts


    Brunvoll Volda has signed contracts with Stadyard in western Norway for delivery of propulsion systems for two fishing vessels. The equipment will be delivered in December 2017 and February 2018.

  • Construction of Aker BioMarine’s 130 metre krill vessel began in May this year

    Krill vessel first for Rapp


    Norwegian deck machinery specialist Rapp Marine has been contracted to supply a suite of electric deck equipment for its first krill vessel.

  • Knut Inge and Henrik Ostervold with staff from Ibercisa and northern European agent KSS at Nor-Shipping, where the contract to supply the new pelagic vessel was signed

    Ostervold opts for Ibercisa


    Spanish deck equipment specialist Ibercisa has been chosen by Knut Inge and Henrik Ostervold to supply winches and a package of associated equipment for their new pelagic vessel, due to be built at the Western Marine Shipyard in Bangladesh.