Looking for a specific product?

Make a search for products & suppliers, articles & news.

Faroe orders another Havyard vessel

Havyard Group in Norway will deliver another PSV vessel to the Faroese shipping company Supply Service Pf.

The Herøy-based company has signed the contract with Supply Service, part of the Sjöborg PF-group, for delivery of the Havyard 832 L to shipowner Tummas Justinussen in the Faroe Islands. 

 

This will be the fourth ship of a Havyard design heading to the Faroe Islands and it's the third Supply Service vessel being built at Havyard’s shipyard in Leirvik, Norway.

 

The shipowner was also the first to order a vessel of Havyard 832 design, leading to a series of deliveries of ships based on this popular design. The 86m long and 17.6m wide PSV newbuilding will be the 14th of this particular Havyard design and is scheduled for completion in July 2012.

 

The 4,300 dwt hull is already under construction at Cemre Shipyard in Turkey and outfitting will be done at Havyard Ship Technology shipyard in Leirvik.

 

This new contract, valued at NOK 300 million ($52 million), also involves major deliveries from the group’s other business areas including Havyard Design & Engineering and Havyard Power & Systems. Norwegian Electric Systems, where Havyard Group is co-owner, will deliver a complete diesel-electric propulsion system including four 1,550kW gensets.

 

 

Related news

Latest news

Important message at the “AKVAculture Day”

We won’t be able to create growth unless we can handle the industry’s challenges.

Visit from the Ministry of Trade Industry and Fisheries

The Ministry visited in order to learn more about the industry. 

Sohome's new 2018 catalogue is out

Sohome has produced a brand new catalogue. 

Servogear propelled ‘Future of The Fjords’ – Ship of the Year at SMM

The world’s largest maritime trade fair, 

Rapid electrification and rise of wind and solar drive massive expansion and automation of power grids, DNV GL finds

The report forecasts continuing rapid electrification, 

DOF Subsea awarded Frame Agreement and several short-term contracts

The Atlantic region has been awarded a Frame Agreement...

The world’s energy demand will peak in 2035 prompting a reshaping of energy investment

The electrification trend is already enveloping the automotive industry.

DNV GL forecasts gas capital expenditure boost to fuel the energy transition

While DNV GL’s model predicts global oil demand to peak in 2023,

Energy transition offers innovators a competitive edge through “carbon robust” ship designs

The energy transition is undeniable,” says Remi Eriksen