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Kvaerner Masa-Yards Piikkiö Works Agrees With Flender Werft

Kvaerner Masa-Yards Piikkiö Works and German shipyard Flender Werft have signed a contract on the delivery of approximately 550 prefabricated modular cabins for two fast passenger/car ferries Superfast XI and Superfast XII -- owned by Attica Enterprises. The cabins, which will be supplied during the years 2001 and 2002, will be manufactured at Piikkio Works' new assembly factory in Paimio. The order comprises 211 high class passenger cabins and 62 well equipped crew cabins per ship.


Flender Werft Receives Containership Orders

Hamburg-based shipping company, Claus-Peter Offen has placed a double order (with an option for one more) with Flender Werft Aktiengesellschaft for the construction of 3,600 teu containerships. The vessels, which will measure 804 ft. (245 m) with a depth of 64 ft. (19.4 m) and a draft of 41 ft. (12.5 m), will have a dwt of 44,000. Able to move at more than 24 knots, the vessels will be propelled by a MAN engine with 32,500 kW.


Maintaining Integrity

Despite what could be best termed as difficult operating conditions, the German maritime market has persevered through its collective adherence to the principles which propelled it to the lead of the maritime construction and outfitting markets: a steadfast adherence to producing technologically correct and advanced vessels, products and systems. The challenges facing the German maritime market are not unlike those facing many of its European colleagues and competitors


Flender Werft Books Three More Contracts

Three shipbuilding contracts exceeding 400 million DM became effective last week at Lübeck, Germany based Flender Werft. The contracts include a RoRo passenger ferry for Smyril Line of the Faroe Islands, which will be built in accordance with the plans and documents of Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft. In addition, a pair of 3,600-TEU containerships will be built for Hamburg-based shipowner Claus-Peter Offen. These newbuildings will be initiated directly following the Superfast Ferries


EU Investigation into Aker Warnow Werft Continues

A European Union investigation over the possible repayment of subsidies by German shipyard Aker Warnow Werft – formerly Kvaerner Warnow Werft – looks set to drag on. A spokesman for European Competition Commissioner Mario Monti dismissed a news report to the contrary, adding that there was no schedule for a decision yet. The case has been pending for several years.


Dutch Decks for German-built Passenger Ships

Bolidt’s environmentally-friendly Bolideck Future Teak.

German shipbuilder Meyer Werft and Dutch deck specialist Bolidt Kunststoftoepassing BV have extended their close relationship. This includes work on the latest cruise ship to be built at Meyer Werft’s Papenburg shipyard. The 130,000gt vessel, delivered this month, is fitted with some 15,500 m2 of Bolidt material for the outdoor decks.   The majority of the deck areas, as well as the stairs and steps, have been covered using Bolidt’s environmentally-friendly Bolideck Future


Wilhelmsen Wins Contract from Meyer Werft

Wilhelmsen Marine Engineering won an order from Meyer Werft in Germany to finalize the cruise ship AIDAblu and two new cruise vessels, NB689 (unnamed) and NB690 (unnamed) being built for the German cruise operator, AIDA Cruises. Under the terms of the deal, Wilhelmsen Marine Engineering's subsidiary, Wilhelmsen Callenberg Fläkt will deliver heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and related engineering services. The order has an estimated value of EURO 10.4 million.


Vogler Marine Agencies Will Represent Lloyd Werft

Don Vogler and the managing directors of Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven GmbH, Carsten J. Haake (left) and Ruediger Pallentin (right) (Photo: Lloyd Werft).

Lloyd Werft will in the future be represented in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, the Bahamas and Costa Rica by Vogler Marine Agencies LLC. Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven will have a stronger presence from now on in one of its most important core markets. Vogler Marine Agencies LLC, which has been one of the most successful international agencies since 1995, will represent all of the yard’s production sectors, not only in the U.S


Metso to Supply IAMCS for New Royal Caribbean Ships

Photo: Metso

Meyer Werft of Papenburg, Germany has selected Metso DNA for the Integrated Alarm, Monitoring and Control System (IAMCS) to Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd's new generation of cruise ships referred to as Project Sunshine. The contract is for three vessels of 167.000 GRT with a capacity for 4180 passengers in double occupancy. The vessels will be of the latest design with high focus on energy saving and sustainable environmental solutions, both important subjects for Royal Caribbean


Meyer Werft joins forces with STX Finland

photo: courtesy Meyer Werft

German cruise ship builder strengthens its yards.   MEYER WERFT joins forces with the STX Finland shipyard in Turku. Following weeks of negotiations the Finnish Government and MEYER WERFT signed a share purchase agreement with the current owner STX Europe. With its 70% stake MEYER WERFT takes the industrial leadership of the new company.   At present some 1,300 employees and a specialized supplier network are involved in the construction of the cruise ship Mein Schiff 4 for the


Spotlight on German Shipbuilding

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German Shipbuilding: Growing order income with new advanced product solutions The German shipbuilding industry has a world market share of around one percent. This is certainly in another league compared to China, South Korea and Japan, which divide the global shipbuilding pie of containerships


Steel Cut for Third RCI Quantum-class Cruise Ship

Quantum-class shipyard scene: Photo RCI

The steel cutting for 'Ovation of the Seas', scheduled to be delivered in the autumn of 2016, took place at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, where 'Quantum of the Seas', 'Anthem of the Seas' and now 'Ovation of the Seas' are being built, say owners Royal Caribbean International (RCi)


Meyer Werft Keel Laying for 'Norwegian Escape'

Coin laying: Photo courtesy of Meyer Werft

Norwegian Cruise Line executives and officials from the German shipbuilder MEYER WERFT took part in the keel-laying ceremony of the new cruise ship 'Norwegian Escape' in a traditional ceremony at the shipyard. During the official ceremony, block number 35/41


Historic Cruise Ship Float Out in Finland

Image: http://www.meyerturku.com

The Meyer Turku Oy yard in Turku, Finland, celebrated a historical day on October 10, 2014. Meyer Turku Oy, which officially changed ownership only three weeks earlier with the takeover by Papenburg, Germany cruise ship building power Meyer Werft, floated out the cruise ship Mein Schiff 4.


Mammoet Uses World’s Biggest Crawler Crane to Install Legs on Ship

Mammoet’s LR 13000 installs platform leg on Aeolus (Photo: Mammoet)

Mammoet, a global company in engineered heavy lifting and transport, said it is currently employing its LR13000, the biggest crawler crane in the world, to install four platform legs on Van Oord’s newest wind turbine installation vessel, the Aeolus.


Finland, Meyer Werft May Join to Buy Shipyard from STX

Photo: STX Finland

The Finnish government said it had teamed up with German shipbuilder Meyer Werft to consider buying a troubled local shipyard from South Korea's STX Offshore & Shipbuilding. The government in 2012 faced heavy criticism for not providing a loan to the Turku shipyard in southern Finland


Mammoet: World’s Biggest Crawler Crane Installs Legs on Ship

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Mammoet employed the LR13000, reported to be the biggest crawler crane in the world, to install four platform legs on Van Oord’s newest wind turbine installation vessel, Aeolus. In 12 days the giant crane was assembled at Lloyd Werft in Bremerhaven, Germany


NACOS Platinum Series for New Norwegian Getaway

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L-3 Marine Systems International (L-3 MSI) has announced  that it has supplied its NACOS Platinum series aboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s new 324-meter, 145,500-gross ton cruise liner, Norwegian Getaway. Built by Meyer Werft at its Papenburg shipyard in northern Germany


KfW IPEX-Bank Finance For 2nd Star Cruises' Ship

  With a loan of EUR 600 million, KfW IPEX-Bank is financing the construction of a second cruise ship for Star Cruises, the leading cruise line in Asia, at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg. The signing ceremony of the relevant contracts took place today in Hong Kong


HFW Lawyers Advise Genting HK on Cruise Ship Order

Patrick Yeung: Photo HFW

International maritime law partnership Holman Fenwick Willan (HFW) says it has advised Chinese Percept Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Genting Hong Kong Limited (Genting), on the group's second newbuild mega-cruise ship order in 12 months


Meyer Werft, Finland Plan to Buy STX Shipyard

STX Europes Turku shipyard in southwest Finland specializes in building post-Panama class cruise vessels. (Photo courtesy of STX Europe)

Germany's closely held Meyer Werft and the Finnish government are nearing a deal to buy the Turku shipyard in southwestern Finland from STX Europe , the Finnish economy ministry said on Monday. STX Europe belongs to Korean STX. The Turku shipyard specialises in building cruise ships and has


Norwegian Cruise Line Orders Two New Ships

Norwegian Breakaway: Photo CCL cr Dickelbers

Norwegian Cruise Line says it has reached an agreement with MEYER WERFT GmbH of Germany to build two new Breakaway-Plus class cruise ships for delivery in the second quarter 2018 and the fourth quarter 2019. Each ship will be 164,600 gross tons and include 4,200 passenger berths.


Discussion: Cruise Ship Waste Management

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Ship to Shore flexible Recycling DEERBERG-SYSTEMS sets the course for the future of waste management onboard cruise ships With a round table discussion in Hamburg, DEERBERG-SYSTEMS said it is addressing the questions of tomorrow gathering cruise lines, ship yards, ports and disposal companies


Global Ocean Trade: Latest Shipbuilding Orders

Bulk carrier bow: File photo

No tankship orders noted the past week by Clarkson Hellas in their latest S&P Weekly Bulletin, but no lack of orders in the dry bulk carrier market, all from Far East shipbuilders. Dry bulk carriers Foremost Maritime are understood by Clarkson Hellas to have added a further four 180


TUI Cruises Expands to Six Ships by 2017

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TUI AG and Royal Caribbean Cruises are substantiating their expansions plans for their joint venture TUI Cruises. The Mein Schiff fleet shall grow from now three to six ships and then 14,000 beds by 2017. TUI Cruises is strengthening its already sound and dynamic position in the German cruise






 
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