Deltamarin has signed a contract with the Estonian Transport Administration to develop a new concept for a ferry travelling between the big islands and the mainland. The concept is expected to be completed in early 2023 and will be the basis for preparing a public procurement and further designing and constructing the ferry.
Berge Bulk has selected Deltamarin to carry out the ship side basic design for installing WindWings onboard bulk carrier Berge Olympus. Deltamarin has earlier carried out ship side concept design of the retrofit, and the basic design work is direct continuation of the project and includes preparation of the design documents needed for class approval.
Deltamarin has been selected as the designer of a new Finnish archipelago connecting vessel which will start operating in summer season 2023. Finferries – Suomen Lauttaliikenne has recently signed a shipbuilding contract with Oy HL-metal Ab, that will build the vessel at their premises in Pargas, Finland.
Deltamarin has recommenced an agency agreement with Greek marine equipment agency and technical services support company Technava. Together, the companies will be seeking for opportunities and solutions to serve the future needs of Greek shipping. The official documents will be signed during Posedonia-22.
Deltamarin has signed a contract with Fennorail for the concept design of the EUROCARRIER train ferry capable of carrying both train and truck cargo. The aim is to develop the world’s greenest train ferry by optimising the design and selecting machinery system compatible with alternative fuels such as LNG and green hydrogen.
Viking Line’s new LNG-fueled ro-pax ferry Viking Glory has been chosen as the winner of the Shippax Ro-Pax Interior Design Award for 2022. A Shippax Special Award was given to Mercy Ships’ Global Mercy, the largest civilian hospital ship in the world.
Deltamarin and GTT have been awarded an Approval in Principle (AiP) from the Norwegian classification society DNV, for an innovative LNG-fueled Pure Car and Truck Carrier (PCTC) design. The AiP was presented at the classification society’s headquarter, during the Nor-Shipping maritime trade fair, held in Oslo this week.
Deltamarin has signed an agreement with China Merchants Industry (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd. for the design and engineering of the new series of Höegh Autoliners Aurora Class Pure Car & Truck Carriers (PCTCs). The project will start immediately and continue until the delivery of the first vessel in the second half of 2024.
Project CHEK is an EU Horizon 2020-funded project that aims at achieving zero-emissions shipping by reconfiguring the ways ships are designed and operated. The project focuses on bringing together design optimisation and a combination of innovative energy technologies that operate in symbiosis to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Deltamarin and GTT have received Approval in Principle (AiP) from the classification society American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for the LNG fueled Aframax tanker design using Membrane tank technology. The AiP was received at the Gastech 2021 exhibition in Dubai.