The Lunar New Year holidays in China, South Korea and many other Asian countries this week reduced shipbuilding market activity below usual levels. But Chinese yards still achieved some big orders, with deals reported including container ships, car carriers and large support vessels for wind farms. South Korea won tanker deals. It was a good week for Europe, with contracts including a cruise ship for the Middle East and short-sea freighters. Turkish yards also had another active week, winning an unusual contract for a sail-powered freighter from Europe and also large naval vessel contracts.

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Prospects & Orders

26.01.2023

Superyacht with electric engines

Polish shipyard Sunreef Yachts has received a contract for a…

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26.01.2023

Havyard Leirvik lands ferry modernisation deal

The Norwegian shipyard Havyard Leirvik has signed a contract for the…

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26.01.2023

Italian yard Mariotti wins an order from Saudi Arabia

Italian yard Mariotti informed it has won an order from Saudi Arabia…

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26.01.2023

Another naval contract from Africa

French shipbuilder Ocea SSM has obtained an order to build nine naval…

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26.01.2023

Holland Shipyards is awarded contract to construct dry cargo coastal vessel

Holland Shipyards said it has signed a contract with Dutch shipping…

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26.01.2023

Pilot vessel with 26 knot speed

The U.S. yard Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding has received an order for…

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Inside Reports

26.01.2023

Shipping still seeking answers to clean fuel solutions

Shipping companies are still waiting for "real green" fuel solutions…

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26.01.2023

Call for Dutch companies to modernise state shipping fleet

Dutch maritime industry association Netherlands Maritime Technology…

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26.01.2023

Investment in Spanish yard to develop naval work and offshore wind

Spanish yard Navantia has confirmed that it will invest 43 million…

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26.01.2023

Korean and Malaysian groups cooperate to develop floating carbon dioxide storage

South Korean yard Samsung Heavy Industries announced it has signed a…

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26.01.2023

Shipyard takes over yacht fittings producer

German yard FSG-Nobiskrug Holding has acquired German company…

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19.01.2023

Croatia provides financial support for yard

The Government of Croatia said it will give a 4 million euro state…

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Deepwater Titan

Drillship
Operator: Transocean
Shipyard: Sembcorp Marine, Singapore
Delivery 1/2023
Capability 20,000-psi
(Photo: Sembcorp Marine)

New Ships 23/2021 reported about delivery delay

Leikanger

Double-ended ferry
Owner: Norled
Delivery: Sembcorp Marine, Singapore, 1/2023
Length: 82.4m, Capacity: 300 pax
Propulsion: hybrid battery-diesel
(Photo: SCM)

New Ships Inside 45/2018 reported about the order

MyStar

RoPax ferry
Owner: Tallink
Shipbuilder: Rauma Marine Constructions, Finland
Delivery 12/2022
212.4m long, 30.6m wide, 50,625gt
3,190 lm, 2,800 passengers
(Picture: Rauma Marine Construction)

New Ships 44/2019 reported about the order

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