The Norwegian ship owning company Havila Kystruten AS, has ordered four new build Ro-Pax vessels of Havyard 923 design. Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine will provide power and propulsion for all four ships.
Rolls-Royce and British luxury yacht manufacturer Sunseeker International have agreed to a new framework agreement for the supply of MTU Series 2000 and 4000 engines for its yachts and for future yacht series.
Rolls-Royce and Intel are intending to collaborate on designs for sophisticated intelligent shipping systems that will make commercial shipping safer, the parties announced.
MOL announced the company, along with U.K.-based Rolls-Royce Marine jointly conducted a demonstration test on a ferry equipped with the IAS.
Rolls-Royce continues to develop its ship intelligence offerings to the market, and now introduces a pioneering new solution for Health Management of ship equipment.
Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine has received an order to deliver a battery-powered energy system for two offshore vessels operated by Norway-based Golden Energy Offshore.
Nordlaks in Stokmarknes, Norway, is currently building a 385m long and 60m wide offshore salmon farm. The installation is being built at the CIMC Raffles yard in China.
Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine has signed a contract to deliver five engines and four large UUC thrusters that will power a new offshore drilling rig to be built for Awilco Drilling plc at the Keppel Fels shipyard in Singapore.
Rolls-Royce has signed an agreement with ABP, the UK’s leading port operator, and global towage operator Svitzer, to develop the next generation of technologies which will keep Britain trading.
The latest version of Rolls-Royce stabilisation systems adds the potential for ice class ships to benefit from the company’s Stabilisation-at-Rest (SAR) concept.