Another large order for LNG carriers was placed in South Korea this week, with a Scandinavian customer behind the contract. With Europe facing the challenge of coming through winter without Russian gas, brokers say disruption to power supplies could generate even more orders to increase gas imports by sea. China won orders for tankers from Scandinavia and from Chinese customers. A new US$720 million cruise ship construction project was announced in Japan. In the naval sector, a 620 million euro order for signal intelligence ships was placed in Europe while a major order was also announced in South America.

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Prospects & Orders

01.12.2022

New inland waterways concept for U.S. market

Lithuanian ship designer Western Baltic Engineering (WBE) announced…

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01.12.2022

Three yards prepare prices for naval order

The Netherlands defence ministry has issued a request for proposals…

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01.12.2022

Damen shipyards lands contract to build new class of workboat

Dutch yard Damen Shipyards has signed an order with Dutch customer Van…

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01.12.2022

Windcat opts for hydrogen-powered CSOVs

Dutch company Windcat, an offshore wind farm personnel transfer…

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01.12.2022

Superyacht with transatlantic range

Dutch yard Heesen has laid the keel of a new 55m steel motor…

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01.12.2022

Superyacht suitable for Caribbean sailings

Italian yard Baglietto has another order for a superyacht of type DOM…

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01.12.2022

China’s shipbuilding orders fall sharply form last year

Merchant ship newbuilding orders won by Chinese yards between January…

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01.12.2022

Project for ammonia-ready bulker and tanker moves forward

Japanese groups Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK), Japan’s MTI and…

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01.12.2022

French/South Korean project to establish virtual shipyard

French technology group Dassault Systèmes and South Korean yard…

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01.12.2022

Ammonia-fuelled bulker design

Japan’s Nihon Shipyard and Japanese shipping group “K” Line and other…

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01.12.2022

Another Chinese yard to reopen

Reports in China said the yard STX Dalian Shipbuilding, which has been…

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24.11.2022

France still open to submarine building for Australia

French President Emmanuel Macron said that an offer for France to…

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Recent deliveries

Peter Pan

Ro/Pax ferry
Operator: TT-Line
Shipyard: Nanjing Jinling
Delivery 11/2022
Propulsion: LNG/Bio LNG ready
Length: 230m
Capacity 800 passengers, approx. 200 trailers/containers
(Photo: TT-Line)

New Ships 51/2018 reported about the order

MSC World Europa

Cruise vessel
Owner: MSC
Delivery: Chantiers de L'Atlantique, France, 10/2022
Length: 333.3m, Width: 47m
Propulsion: Wärtsilä 14V 46DF, hybrid LNG/MGO
(Photo: MSC)

New Ships Inside 4/2020 reported about the order

Ocean Odyssey

Cruise vessel
Owner: SunStone Maritime Group
Shipbuilder: CMHI Shipyard, China, delivery 10/2022
Length 104m, 18m wide, 
8,500gt
(Picture: SunStone)

New Ships 9/2019 reported about the order

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