The world’s first in-water remote ship surveys using a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) have been completed by leading classification society, DNV GL.
DNV GL entered into a Joint Development Project (JDP) with Daehan Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. (DHSC) to develop small-size LPG carriers. Mr. Dae-Seong Jeong, DHSC President & CEO, and DNV GL’s Hwa Lyong Lee, Regional Business Development Manager Korea & Japan, signed the JDP in the DNV GL office in Busan.
Awarded on 24th August 2020, Silversea’s ultra-luxury Silver Spirit has become the first ultra-luxury cruise ship to sail with a certification in infection prevention for maritime (CIP-M) from DNV GL, the world’s leading classification society. The certification of Silversea demonstrates the cruise line’s commitment to enhancing its onboard sanitation protocols to further protect the health, safety and wellbeing of its guests and crew.
The hybrid Brim Explorer is equipped with a Servogear propulsion system. This summer the vessel operates on the fjord near Norway’s capital Oslo, powered by renewable energy only.
With a growing trend for drilling of deepwater bolts, FSV Group has upgraded the ROV park with their most powerful ROV to date; an electric SUB-fighter 30K ROV with drilling equipment from Sperre.
Ship owner Njord Offshore and the shipyard Penguin International LTD has chosen energy-efficient Servogear propellers to provide power and manoeuvrability for their latest offshore wind farm support vessel “Ventus Formosa”.
PALFINGER MARINE is to supply an extensive package of lifting and handling solutions to two new cruise expedition vessels in the Viking Expeditions fleet. One of their most characteristic features will be a 26-meter-long slipway system allowing passengers to embark and disembark the vessels by boat.
Wilsgård Fiskeoppdrett AS has placed an order for their third and fourth AC 450 Comfort barge from AKVA group. The barges are scheduled for delivery in spring/summer 2021.
Project specifications include a dynamic shock absorber system,
DNV GL – Maritime has released the third edition of its Maritime Forecast to 2050 at London International Shipping Week 2019 (LISW). The Maritime Forecast examines the future of the shipping industry in a rapidly changing global energy landscape. This year’s report focusses on the challenge of reducing the carbon intensity of the global fleet to meet the ambitious targets set by the IMO’s greenhouse gas reduction (GHG) strategy.