Deltamarin’s new LNG-powered Kielmax container vessel of the C.Delta series, C.Delta2100, represents the best-in-class design in terms of cargo capacity, flexibility and fuel economy. It provides a flexible platform for a whole series of designs while also being “future-proof”, considering possibilities to use alternative fuels to reduce carbon footprint or even zero-emission power production.
Deltamarin supported Flexens in its Power2AX project by conducting a ferry comparison study with the aim of investigating the substitution of diesel-fuelled ferries with hydrogen ferries in the Åland archipelago. Flexen’s unique Power2AX project focuses on demonstrating a 100% renewable energy system in the Åland Islands.
Deltamarin collaborates with Cargill and BAR Technologies to design cargo ships using BAR Technologies’ WindWings, a new technology offering a solution to improve vessel efficiency, independent of the fuel or type of engine used.
Stena Line’s ro-pax ferry Stena Estrid has been chosen as the winner of the Shippax Ferry Concept Award for 2020. Deltamarin congratulates Stena on the acknowledgement and is proud to have been involved in the project and also to have our design and work honoured in this way.
Deltamarin has signed a contract with China Merchants Jinling shipyard (Weihai), previously known as AVIC Weihai, for the approval and detail design of Finnlines Superstar 5,100lm ro-pax vessel project.
Deltamarin has been acknowledged as being one of Finland’s Most Inspiring Workplaces in 2020. This acknowledgement is given to Finnish organisations that achieve outstanding results in an employee survey carried out by Eezy Spirit.
Deltamarin, Wärtsilä and Gasum have joined forces to show how they can help ship owners meet the challenges and possibilities and contribute to saving the environment while keeping the business profitable.
We wish all our clients, partners, suppliers and other friends Happy Holidays and all the best in the new year 2020! We look forward to working with you also in the future! This year we shared our Christmas donation between two charity organisations: Red Cross for their catastrophy work and the Finnish Venner to deliver […]
ABS Classification Society has granted Approval in Principle (AIP) to Deltamarin and GTT for the dual-fuel Newcastlemax bulk carrier design. The companies have been cooperating on the development of the LNG-fuelled energy-efficient vessel which will meet current and future environmental targets by introducing a well-studied, pre-approved and genuinely clean-fuel technology ship.
Deltamarin has signed two design contracts with Merima Oy, a Finland-based company providing turnkey interior solutions for passenger vessels. The contracts cover HVAC and interior design for Merima’s turnkey areas aboard the ferry newbuildings for Tallink and Kvarken Link. The ships are to be built at Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) shipyard in Finland.