Marine Link
Saturday, January 20, 2018

Fishing Vessel Design News

FORAN Implemented for Fishing Vessel Inspections

General arrangement of a vessel in FORAN (Photo courtesy of FORAN)

The SENER (Shanghai) Systems Co. office has signed an agreement with the Register of Fishing Vessels of Hebei Province (RFVHB), in China, to authorize the use of its FORAN system. As a result, the RFVHB will now use FORAN to perform fishing vessel inspections. The RFVHB is a public body belonging to the Register of Fishing Vessels of the People’s Republic of China. The use of FORAN will help the RFVHB to improve the efficiency of vessel inspections, while at the same time encouraging the use of this system for fishing vessel design…

Naval Architect Pens History of Northwest Fishing Vessels

Jim Cole

Elliott Bay Design Group's Jim Cole can now add book author to his long list of accomplishments in the field of naval architecture and marine design. Cole's book weaves a fascinating history of the evolution of fishing vessel designs unique to the Pacific Northwest, from the cedar fishing canoes and kayaks built by the Aleuts and other Native tribes to modern commercial fishing vessels including state-of-the-art freezer long liners delivered and launched in 2013. "Drawing on our History" was a true labor of love for Cole…

EBDG Remembers James A. Cole

Jim Cole (Photo: EBDG)

EBDG announced the passing of Jim Cole. Over the span of a half century, Jim distinguished himself as among the best in his field, demonstrating extensive expertise in the design of a variety of vessel types ranging from ferries, innovative tugs and his beloved fishing boats. Jim earned a degree in Industrial Design from the University of Washington in 1957 entering Seattle's marine industry during the crab-boat boom of the 1960s, and gaining experience in Tacoma during the era of large tuna seiners. He would soon return to Seattle where he worked at Foss Shipyard for nearly 20 years.

Powering the First Electric Commercial Fishing Boat

Photo: Corvus Energy

Corvus Energy announced a Corvus ESS with a Siemens BlueDrive PlusC marine propulsion system will power the Selfa Elmax 1099 electric fishing boat designed and built by Selfa Arctic AS. The 11 meter electric vessel will have a 195 kWh ESS consisting of 30 Corvus AT6500 lithium polymer battery modules. The fishing boat, designed to operate entirely on Corvus battery power over a planned 10-hour working day, will also have a small 50kW auxiliary generator and can be charged overnight by plugging into the electrical grid.

Wärtsilä Design for Krill Fishing in Antarctic

The new krill fishing factory vessel, the largest of its kind in the world, to be built for Jiangsu Sunline Deep Sea Fisheries Co is designed by Wärtsilä

The world's biggest and most modern krill fishing factory vessel is to be designed by Wärtsilä. The vessel will operate in the pristine waters of the Antarctic, a World Heritage site, and the Wärtsilä design provides an appropriately sustainable environmental solution. The contract, which was signed in December 2015, has been placed by Shanghai based Hansail Marine & Offshore Design and will feature Wärtsilä's VS 6206 FT design. The vessel is to be built for Jiangsu Sunline Deep Sea Fisheries Co, based in China.

SNAME Call for Papers

In October 2009, the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers will hold its Annual Meeting and Expo, attracting participants from all over the world. One of the core elements of every year’s annual meeting is the presentation of the Technology Papers. Papers are selected through a peer review process and presented at the annual meeting. Annual Meeting papers are also published in the annual SNAME Transactions. SNAME encourages the industry to participate in this forum. • Size and speed for vessels: risk and reliability...what are the limitations? • Small passenger vessel design - ferries, dinner cruisers, coastal passenger vessels etc. Extended abstracts due February 27, 2009.

SNAME Call for Papers

In October 2009, the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers will hold its Annual Meeting and Expo, attracting participants from all over the world. One of the core elements of every year’s annual meeting is the presentation of the Technology Papers. Papers are selected through a peer review process and presented at the annual meeting. Annual Meeting papers are also published in the annual SNAME Transactions. SNAME encourages the industry to participate in this forum. • Size and speed for vessels: risk and reliability...what are the limitations? • Small passenger vessel design - ferries, dinner cruisers, coastal passenger vessels etc. Extended abstracts due February 27, 2009.

SNAME Call for Papers

In October 2009, the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers will hold its Annual Meeting and Expo, attracting participants from all over the world. One of the core elements of every year’s annual meeting is the presentation of the Technology Papers. Papers are selected through a peer review process and presented at the annual meeting. Annual Meeting papers are also published in the annual SNAME Transactions. SNAME encourages the industry to participate in this forum. •    Size and speed for vessels: risk and reliability...what are the limitations? •    Small passenger vessel design - ferries, dinner cruisers, coastal passenger vessels etc. Extended abstracts due February 27, 2009.

Jensen Design Longliner Reaches Construction Milestone

Jensen-Designed Commercial Longliner Fishing Vessel, Northern Leader.

Jensen-Designed Commercial Longliner Fishing Vessel, Northern Leader, Achieves Construction Milestone; Environmentally Friendly Vessel is Ahead of Schedule Due to Jensen’s Advanced Production Engineering Services. One of the world’s largest commercial longliner fishing vessels, designed by Seattle-based Jensen Maritime Consultants, has reached the important milestone of having the main deck completed ahead of schedule, only 10 weeks into the construction phase. This accomplishment…

Rolls-Royce Wins Trawler Equipment Deal

Photo: Rolls-Royce

The shipbuilding company Kleven in Norway has announced a contract for two fishing stern trawlers to be designed and equipped by Rolls-Royce. The fishing vessels have been ordered by the German company DFFU, which is fully owned by the Icelandic seafood company Samherji. The contract is worth in excess of $17million to Rolls-Royce. Samherhji is among the world’s largest investors in the fishing industry and they have decided on to two highly innovative vessel concepts of Roll-Royce NVC 374 WP design.

Ship for Live Fish Transport Ordered from Rolls Royce

Rolls-Royce has won its first order for a new ship developed specifically for transporting live fish. Norwegian ship owner Sølvtrans AS, the world’s largest transporter of live fish, is the first customer for this advanced, fuel efficient vessel. In order to transport live fish efficiently and in a healthy condition, customers require spacious, temperature controlled tanks in the hold of the ship. This new, specifically tailored design makes that possible. Monrad Hide, Rolls-Royce, General Manager - Fishing Vessels said: “The live fish carrying market is a growing one ... The new Rolls-Royce NVC 386 design incorporates the Group’s latest developments in hull design to ensure fuel efficiency, cost-effective operations and stability.

Rolls-Royce Delivers Design for Spanish Stern Trawler

Image: Rolls-Royce

Norwegian shipbuilding company Kleven has been awarded a contract for a fishing stern trawler ordered by the Spanish company Pesquera Ancora S.L.U. to be designed and equipped by Rolls-Royce. The vessel is of Rolls-Royce’s NVC 374 WP design and is scheduled to be delivered from Kleven’s Myklebust yard in the first quarter of 2018. This is the fourth contract for the same Rolls-Royce design to be built by Kleven. Kleven CEO Ståle Rasmussen said, “This contract confirms our high level competitiveness in a tough global maritime market.

Kvichak Marine Will Build Two Marine Transport Vessels

Kvichak Marine is building two marine transport vessels for Puget Sound Energy (Photo: Kvichak Marine).

Seattle, WA – Kvichak Marine Industries Inc. was recently awarded a contract by Puget Sound Energy to design and build one each 32’ and 38’ Marine Transport Vessels for PSE’s Baker River Hydroelectric Project. The vessels will be used at a new downstream fish-passage facility PSE is constructing behind the utility’s Lower Baker Dam to further enhance fish populations in the Skagit-Baker watershed in northwest Washington. The transport vessels will be utilized to transport personnel…

Russian Vyborg to Build Fishing-Refrigerating Boats

As the Ashgabat correspondent of Turkmensitan.ru reports, the Vyborg Shipbuilding Yard of Russia has won an international tender to design and build six fishing-refrigerating vessels for the State Committee of Fishing Industry of Turkmenistan. Turkmen President Saparmurat Niyazov signed a relevant decree yesterday. The document, which was adopted with a view to fulfilling the task of increasing volumes of fishing in the Caspian Sea and taking steps to upgrade the fishing fleet of the country, approves a decision by the tender commission of the State Committee of Fishing Industry of Turkmenistan on announcing Vyborg Shipbuilding Yard of Russia the winner of the international tender on design and construction of fishing-refrigerating vessels.

Rolls-Royce Wins Order for Live Fish Carrier

Live Fish Carrier Design from Rolls Royce

Rolls-Royce has signed an order for a Live Fish Carrier. This will be the third vessel developed by Rolls-Royce for the Norwegian ship owner Sølvtrans AS, one of the world’s largest transporter of live fish. The Rolls-Royce designed vessel of type NVC 387 is to be built by the shipbuilding company Kleven at their Myklebust yard in Norway, and the contract with the yard includes an option for a second ship. The previous two vessels of similar design to Sølvtrans were built in Spain.

DNV GL Rules for US Fishing Vessels

Joar Bengaard

The fishing vessel industry fatality rate is 30 times higher than the average of all US industries. To address this, US legislation requires that all new fishing vessels bigger than 50 feet must be built to classification rules. DNV GL is the only classification society to develop rules specifically for the US domestic fishing fleet, addressing how fishing vessels are designed, built and maintained for safety. “The United States is the fifth largest fishing nation in the world, with approximately 110,000 commercial vessels.

DNV GL Launches Rules for US Fishing Fleet

DNV GL said it is the only classification society to develop rules specifically for the US domestic fishing fleet, addressing how fishing vessels are designed, built and maintained for safety. (Photo: DNV GL)

The fishing vessel industry fatality rate is 30 times higher than the average of all U.S. industries. To address this, U.S. legislation requires that all new fishing vessels larger than 50 feet must be built to classification rules. DNV GL is the only classification society to develop rules specifically for the U.S. domestic fishing fleet, addressing how fishing vessels are designed, built and maintained for safety. “The United States is the fifth largest fishing nation in the world, with approximately 110,000 commercial vessels. This means that there are more than 100,000 U.S.

Coast Guard Helo Crew Hoists Men Stranded in Oregon

Photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Ali Flockerzi

A U.S. Coast Guard aircrew rescued three men after they became stranded by the rising tide at Indian Beach, Wednesday.   The helicopter crew from Sector Columbia River safely hoisted the men and transported them to Canon Beach Fire Department personnel waiting on shore. Sector watchstanders received a report from Seaside 911 dispatchers with a request for assistance at 12:20 p.m. after the three men, who were fishing in tide pools, became stranded due to high tide. There were no reported injuries at the time of the rescue.

Kleven to Build Fish Harvesting Vessel for DESS Aqua

Photo courtesy of  Kleven

Kleven has signed a contract with DESS Aqua, a joint venture company established by Marine Harvest Norway and Deep Sea Supply, on the building of a fish harvesting vessel for carrying salmon from fish farms to processing plants. The vessel will be delivered from Myklebust Verft in March 2018, and is of SALT 425 FHV design from Salt Ship Design. The contract also includes an option for a second vessel. “There is impressive research and development work being done in the fish farming industry, and this is absolutely an interesting market for us to be in,” said Ståle Rasmussen, CEO of Kleven.

Rolls-Royce to Design, Power Fish Carrier

Photo: Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce announced today that it has signed a contract for the delivery of design and equipment for a live fish carrier, to be built at the Tersan shipyard in Turkey for Faroese ship owner Bakkafrost. The contract is worth approximately £5.8 million to Rolls-Royce. The vessel is a Rolls-Royce design, type NVC 386, featuring the characteristic wave-piercing bow designed to cut through waves in rough seas, making it possible to keep a more constant speed, reduce fuel consumption and increase onboard safety.

Rolls-Royce Designs Stern Trawlers for Two Greenland Firms

Image: Rolls-Royce

Two stern trawlers of Rolls-Royce design are contracted to be built by the Freire Shipyard in Spain. The two vessels, both designed for catching shrimp, have been ordered by Greenland based ship owners Qajaq Trawl and Polar Seafood. “Rolls-Royce has a long history working with both Qajaq Trawl and Polar Seafood in designing several fishing vessels for use in a harsh climate. We are of course very happy to continue this cooperation,” said Monrad Hide, Vice President Sales, Rolls-Royce – Marine.

Rolls-Royce Lands Live Fish Carrier Contract

Live Fish Carrier: Image courtesy of Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce gets a repeat Sølvtrans AS order for the design & propulsion package of a ship developed specifically for transporting live fish. The first ship is due for delivery in June this year and this latest contract also includes options to build two more vessels of the same type. Monrad Hide, Rolls-Royce, General Manager - Fishing Vessels said: "This new vessel will be built according to the same specifications as the first with a high level of technology and environmental solutions. The live fish carrier can take in up to approximately 400 tonnes of live fish.

HAVFISK's Trawler Contract for VARD

VARD 8 02 with an Overall length 80 m  Breadth approx. 17 m  Stern trawler Courtesy VARD

Vard Holdings Limited, one of the major global designers and shipbuilders of offshore and specialized vessels has secured a new contract for the design and construction of one stern trawler for HAVFISK ASA (“HAVFISK”). The contract value is approximately NOK 325 million. The new vessel will be of VARD 8 02 design. With a length of 80 meters and featuring two separate cargo holds for refrigerated and frozen fish, a fish factory and a freezing capacity of 80 tons per 24 hours, the trawler will be the first of its kind.

Maritime Reporter Magazine Cover Dec 2017 - The Great Ships of 2017

Maritime Reporter and Engineering News’ first edition was published in New York City in 1883 and became our flagship publication in 1939. It is the world’s largest audited circulation magazine serving the global maritime industry, delivering more insightful editorial and news to more industry decision makers than any other source.

Subscribe
Maritime Reporter E-News subscription

Maritime Reporter E-News is the subsea industry's largest circulation and most authoritative ENews Service, delivered to your Email three times per week

Subscribe for Maritime Reporter E-News