Ulstein has developed a ship with two sterns and propellers in each corner, which is ideal for offshore operations requiring continuous positioning.
The DP3 Cable Laying Vessel, Nexans Aurora’, was named at Ulstein Verft on 8 June 2021. The lady sponsor is Mrs Anne Lise Aukner, former Managing Director of Nexans Norway.
After months out of sight in the dock hall at Ulstein Verft, Norway, the 126-passenger expedition cruise vessel ‘National Geographic Resolution’ for Lindblad Expeditions was docked out on 8th June 2021. Specially designed for polar waters, the vessel is scheduled for delivery in Q4.
The final milestone of the Aurora construction adventure was reached, on 31 May 2021, when the DP3 Cable Lay Vessel ‘Nexans Aurora’, the state-of-the-art flagship of the Nexans fleet, was delivered from Ulstein Verft.
Following the successful sea trial of the ‘Ocean Victory’ which was completed in February 2021, the charterer Albatros Expeditions now announces record-low emissions per passenger.
CMHI Haimen yard in China celebrated the launch of the ‘Sylvia Earle’ and the keel laying of the ‘Ocean Odyssey’, both are Ulstein designed, X-BOW expedition cruise vessels under construction for the U.S. based SunStone Ships.
Vestdavit keeps design and delivery on track with unique boat-handling system supplied for cable-layer Nexans Aurora at Norwegian yard.
Ulstein designed OHT ‘Alfa Lift’ newbuild, a foundation installation vessel was floated out at the CMHI yard.
The ULSTEIN X-BOW is a design feature for the adventurous mind, who desires to venture outside the crowded areas, urging to experience the unspoiled, more faraway places.