After several years of busy times in the cargo vessel and offshore oil and gas business, 2016 has been a year of significant passenger vessels for us. We provided owners and yards engineering and construction support services in interesting and innovative projects.
Archive | 2016
Archive | 2016
Deltamarin’s answer to the Asian ro-pax ferry challenges, the safe and affordable DeltaSAFER ferry design, was presented at the Annual Interferry Conference 2016 in Manila, the Philippines. A recording of their presentation has been published by Interferry and you may view it here.
Project Forward, the joint development project based on Deltamarin’s B.Delta design, is in discussions with oil major Shell about potential LNG supply options and requirements for globally-trading bulk carriers, tankers and container vessels.
The construction of the Deltamarin-designed bulk carriers for the Finnish ship owner ESL Shipping has been assigned to Sinotrans & CSC main yard, Jinling Shipyard in Nanjing, China. The two extremely energy efficient B.Delta26LNG vessels will be the first LNG-fuelled large bulk carriers in the world.
As a leading ro-pax ferry design company, Deltamarin is committed to finding a solution to the challenges of the Asian ferry market. The challenges at hand include large regional variations in cargo volume and composition, huge economic pressure on operators and unsatisfactory safety records especially in the developing countries. Deltamarin’s answer to this is DeltaSAFER […]
Deltamarin is to provide the Finnish Rauma Marine Constructions Oy shipyard with design services for a ro-pax vessel to be built for the Danish Mols-Linien A/S. The new 158-metre ro-pax vessel will be designed and optimised to carry passengers and cargo between the Danish islands of Bornholm and Sjaelland. Deltamarin’s scope of work includes basic […]
Deltamarin Ltd and Elomatic Ltd have signed a large scale tri-party engineering contract with MV Werften in Germany for the design of a Global Class mega passenger ship.
Are you struggling with high operating costs or looking for ways to improve the environmental friendliness of your fleet? Let Deltamarin experts help you. Along with designing many of the world’s most energy-efficient vessels, we specialise in improving operating performance of sailing vessels.
Project Forward, a joint development project to equip the dry bulk carriers of the future with LNG propulsion, has selected Wärtsilä to join the project with its 31DF dual-fuel engine. The project is led by Athens-based bulk carrier owner Arista Shipping, and other participants are Deltamarin, ABS and GTT.
The autonomous ship research project – Advanced Autonomous Waterborne Applications Initiative (AAWA) – which Deltamarin participates in, has unveiled its first-year findings. The objective of the AAWA project is to produce the specification and preliminary designs for the next-generation advanced ship solutions.