Kongsberg upgrade of Tidewater PSV includes advanced hybrid solution

Kongsberg Maritime has won a contract to carry out a “full picture” upgrade of the 2011-built Tidewater Inc. (NYSE: TDW) platform supply vessel Bailey Tide that will include installation of a state-of-the-art

Wasaline RoPax to have Wärtsilä navigation and communications system

The new Wasaline RoPax ferry, under construction at the Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) shipyard in Finland, will be fitted Wärtsilä’s Nacos Platinum navigation and communication system. The order for the system, placed

AIDAperla to be fitted with 10 MWh Corvus battery pack

Carnival Corporation’s Germany-based brand, AIDA Cruises, has signed an agreement with marine battery system specialist Corvus Energy that will see its 300-meter-long cruise ship AIDAperla fitted with a battery pack capable of

WinGD collaborates with ETH Zürich on predictive maintenance

An advanced and sophisticated algorithm based on a physical and data driven engine model promises to enhance predictive maintenance for marine two-stroke engines. It has been developed by Swiss technical university ETH

Multipurpose LO/LO will have vertical LNG fuel tank

A versatile LNG-fueled multipurpose LO/LO (Lift-on/Lift-off) vessel being built for Norwegian shipowner Egil Ulvan Rederi is to have an innovative fuel-gas supply system supplied by MAN Cryo – MAN Energy Solutions’ marine

MacGregor system helps world’s biggest box ship max its TEU capacity

A MacGregor designed cargo system design, combined with a 24 container wide ship design, takes the total container capacity of the world’s largest containership, MSC Gülsün to 23,756 TEU, which is 1,500

Clean Marine set to cut scrubber costs

Oslo, Norway, headquartered exhaust gas cleaning system specialist Clean Marine is launching a next generation SOx scrubber that promises big reductions in shipowners’ investment and installation costs as well as lower scrubber

Wärtsilä solutions will help Hurtigruten go even greener

Hurtigruten, the world’s largest expedition cruise operator, is to continue its push for greener and more sustainable shipping by converting three more vessels to become premium, hybrid powered expedition cruise ships. The

Donsötank Wuhu duo to have Hydroniq coolers

Two 22,000 dwt oil products and chemical tankers on order for Sweden’s Rederi AB Donsötank will feature hull-integrated seawater cooling systems supplied by Ellingsøy, Norway, headquartered Hydroniq Coolers. The vessels are being

Oldendorff newbuilds will be first bulkers with Azipods

Two 21,500 dwt self-unloaders on order for Germany’s Oldendorff Carriers will be the first bulk carriers to feature ABB’s Azipod electric propulsion. The vessels are set for delivery to Oldendorff Carriers in

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