“Kronprins Haakon”, the oceanographic icebreaker which will operate in the polar waters and which was built by Fincantieri for IMR, was delivered in recent days in the Norwegian yard of Vard Langsten.
Wärtsilä will supply an ultra-silent propulsion package for a new research vessel to be built for the Faroe Islands Marine Research Institute, a Faroese Government organisation.
After careful evaluation, Damen Green Solutions has designed a ballast water management system (BWMS) for the Government of Australia’s next-generation ASRV.
Duke University has received $11 million for the construction and operation of a new state-of-the-art ship that will expand teaching and research capabilities at its marine lab.
Marking the commencement of construction of the Damen ASRV a steel cutting ceremony has been held at Damen Shipyards Galati, Romania.
Freire Shipyard has recently delivered the DNV GL classed B.A.P. Carrasco, one of the world’s most advanced polar oceanographic research vessels.
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