Deltamarin provided the customer with concept, basic and detail design engineering services for the 77m Mega Yacht.
Deltamarin provided basic and detail design services for the shipyard Rauma Marine Constructions and HVAC and interior design for the turnkey supplier Merima for Tallink’s LNG-fuelled shuttle ferry MyStar.
Deltamarin provided basic and detail design services for the shipyard Rauma Marine Constructions and HVAC and interior design for the turnkey supplier Merima for Kvarken Link’s LNG-fuelled ferry Aurora Botnia.
Deltamarin Group’s first project to deliver a comprehensive engineering, procurement, construction and management (EPCM) package for ro-pax ferry newbuildings. One of the first ro-pax ferries to be built in China for a Western owner.
Deltamarin provided contract, basic and detail design services for Guangzhou Shipyard International Co, Ltd, China together with DFDS Denmark.
Wisby Tankers bought two Bulk Carriers based on Deltamarin’s B.Delta37 design from d’Amico and converted them into General Cargo / Juice Carriers which will be chartered to Louis Dreyfus Company Juices Suisse SA as purely Juice Carriers. Deltamarin provided concept development and design services for the owner.
Deltamarin provided design services starting from concept development to basic and detail design for the 3,600 dwt stainless steel chemical / product oil tanker. The ships will be built at AVIC Dingheng shipyard for the German owner GEFO.
After delivering the concept design to Viking Line and assisting them during the tender and contract phases, Deltamarin delivers basic and detail design as well as comprehensive project management support and supervision services for the yard.
Deltamarin supported Knutsen NYK Offshore Tankers AS (KNOT) by providing a wide range of engineering services from various disciplines to their tanker-to-FSO conversion project for the Martin Linge field located in the North Sea and operated by Equinor.
Deltamarin’s largest engineering contract for the Global class mega passenger cruise ships to be built at MV Werften in Germany. The ships designed specifically for the Asian market can carry up to 9,500 passengers.