Denmark’s fishing vessel of the future
A Danish initiative to develop a fishing vessel of the future concludes that a new designs can be run with significant fuel savings. Image: Erhusvshus Nord

Denmark’s fishing vessel of the future

A three-year Fishing Vessel of the Future project run by Erhvervshus Nord has submitted its conclusions that for a 24 metre vessel fuel consumption can be reduced by 61% and…

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Skipasýn design streamlines fuel consumption
The Skipasýn-designed Baldvin Njálsson is expected to delivered in late 2021. Image: Skipasýn

Skipasýn design streamlines fuel consumption

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Icelandic ship designer Skipasýn is presenting a new design for an economically efficient filleter factory trawler, with delivery of the first order to be delivered in late 2021. Baldvin Njálsson…

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C-Job supports Padmos in new fly-shooter series
Padmos has orders for three 24.95 metre newbuilds, plus a letter of intent has been signed for a fourth. Image: C-Job

C-Job supports Padmos in new fly-shooter series

With work in progress to build a series of fly-shooters for Dutch owners, the Padmos Shipyard has brought in C-Job to provide additional engineering and naval architectural services as it…

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Record year for Coprexma
New trawler Oasis II for Julien le Brun under construction at Chantiers Gléhen is only one of thirty Coprexma-designed vessels either being built or planned for this year. Image: Chantiers Gléhen

Record year for Coprexma

Naval architect Coprexma, based in Brittany, is looking at a record year with more than thirty vessels either already under construction or planned for 2019. The company is currently working…

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