Deltamarin together with Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT) has studied the use of membrane-type tanks on cargo and passenger vessels. A unique portfolio of cargo and passenger vessels has been created to save valuable cargo space compared to classic cylindrical-type LNG tank solutions and to enable the use of LNG for long ocean voyages.
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Increasing the utilisation of inland waterways is currently a hot topic, especially in Central Europe. Climate change and environmental protection are also at the centre of public attention. To deal with these issues the naval architects from Deltamarin’s office in Gdansk have developed a multipurpose inland vessel called DeltaBreaker. The design combines the features of […]
Development of an intelligent approach to ship propulsion systems is a central aim of the joined research project that Deltamarin’s Polish branch is currently participating in. The Smart Propulsion System (abbreviated to “smartPS”) project is a common undertaking of seven different partners from three European counties.
Deltamarin has signed contracts with the Chinese Xiamen Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd for engineering and construction support services for the Viking Line LNG-fuelled ro-pax vessel newbuilding. The contracts cover basic and detail design as well as comprehensive project management support and supervision services to the shipyard during vessel construction.
Reducing operating costs is one of the main concerns of shipping industry. To help ship owners and operators boost the energy efficiency of their vessels, Deltamarin has since day one focused on Energy and Environmental Efficiency (EEE). By applying Deltamarin’s new smart simulation tool, several items with a significant fuel saving potential can be found.
As a ship owner or manager, are you aware of all the required actions you need to take concerning the new European Regulation on Monitoring, Reporting and Verification of CO2 emissions? Let Deltamarin together with First Choice Carbon guide you through the MRV compliance process!
Deltamarin congratulates Hamburg Bulk Carriers (HBC) for winning the Energy Efficiency Award at this year’s Nor-Shipping. Their winning ship, the Venture Joy bulk carrier, is based on Deltamarin’s B.Delta43 design. It is the sixth vessel in the series of 43,500 dwt geared handysize bulk carriers delivered to HBC from the Chinese Qingshan Shipyard.
Deltamarin’s energy-efficient cargo ship family reached yet another milestone as Icelandic Eimskip Ltd and Greenland-based Royal Arctic Line A/S ordered the first three container vessels based on Deltamarin’s design. The ships will be built at the Guangzhou Wenchong Shipyard in China, with which Deltamarin (China) Co., Ltd has signed a design contract.
Deltamarin is proud to have had its designs shortlisted for Nor-Shipping awards at three consecutive exhibitions. This year Hamburg Bulk Carriers’ Venture Joy is shortlisted as one of the nominees for the Energy Efficiency Award. The vessel is based on Deltamarin’s B.Delta43 design.
The first deadline considering ballast water management is approaching as all ships in international trade are required to carry on board an approved BWM plan and certificate of compliance by September 8, 2017. With our 25-year experience in the marine and offshore industry, Deltamarin assists ship owners in solving the challenges of ballast water management.