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Greenland's Royal Arctic Line Orders New Ships

October 8, 2013

Image courtesy of Royal Arctic Line

Image courtesy of Royal Arctic Line

The Royal Arctic Line has contracted Polish shipyard Remontowa to build 5 ships to be delivered in the first half of 2015.

The building program includes a sister ship to the Mary Arctica. of capacity 606 TEU, which will replace Arina Arctica, and also sail across the Atlantic, while acting as a feeder ship in Greenland. It will also be used for special tasks in the East Coast, Thule Air Base and Antarctica.

Two medium-size ships, capacity 100 TEU each to replace the Pajuttaat for annual chartering and will mainly engage in the supply of North Greenland.

Two smaller ships capacity approximately 30 TEU each to replace the older ships.

Source: Maritime Denmark/Royal Arctic Line

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