Deltamarin’s series of energy-efficient cargo ships reached yet another milestone as Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) has entered into a contract to build a new self-unloading ship based on Deltamarin’s design. This new highly sustainable, safe and efficient ship is being built at the Chengxi Shipyard in China.
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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.
The Project Forward initiative led by Athens-Based Arista Shipping, with Deltamarin as one of the participants, demonstrates that with LNG as fuel, an advanced hull design and highly efficient propulsion machinery, it will be possible to meet the IMO’s target for a 40 percent reduction in carbon intensity by 2030.
Deltamarin congratulates Hamburg Bulk Carriers (HBC) for winning the Energy Efficiency Award at this year’s Nor-Shipping. Their winning ship, the Venture Joy bulk carrier, is based on Deltamarin’s B.Delta43 design. It is the sixth vessel in the series of 43,500 dwt geared handysize bulk carriers delivered to HBC from the Chinese Qingshan Shipyard.
Deltamarin is proud to have had its designs shortlisted for Nor-Shipping awards at three consecutive exhibitions. This year Hamburg Bulk Carriers’ Venture Joy is shortlisted as one of the nominees for the Energy Efficiency Award. The vessel is based on Deltamarin’s B.Delta43 design.
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.
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.
Deltamarin Ltd has signed a contract to design the world’s first LNG handysize bulk carriers, which will point the way towards greener shipping of commodities. The two B.Delta26LNG vessels will be constructed for the Finnish shipowner ESL Shipping Ltd by the Chinese Qingshan Shipyard.
Deltamarin, Arista Shipping, ABS and Gastransport et Technigaz (GTT) launch a joint development project, Project Forward, in applying LNG as fuel to dry bulk carriers of the future. The concept design will be based on the highly-optimised Deltamarin B.Delta design suitable for ships between 82,000 and 210,000dwt.