Deltamarin has experience from about 50 ship audits in safety and environmental issues. Our efficient and systematic process developed together with ship owners improves vessel properties even beyond the existing rules.
Every vessel’s operation can be improved and operation costs reduced. Based on the continuous development work Deltamarin has so far conducted energy efficiency audits evaluated systems and operational issues of about 30 vessels for more than 10 shipowners.
Extensive design services for the world’s largest civilian hospital ship to be built at the Tianjin Xingang Shipyard for the Mercy Ships charity organisation.
Ice-classed 150 m long ro-ro passenger ferry with environmental solutions designed in partnership with Wärtsilä. Fuelled by LNG, equipped with electrical batteries for performance optimization and ready for capturing renewables such as solar power and land power at the harbour.
Customer: FinFerries Oy – Suomen lauttaliikenne — Diesel electric battery hybrid vessel capable of operating on mere battery power most part of the year for domestic traffic (area D), Finland.
Customer: Société des Traversiers Québec (STQ) — The 130 m LNG dual ferry was designed by the Navtech Deltamarin consortium. The ship was selected as one of the significant ships of 2014 by Royal Institution of Naval Architects.
Customers: P&O Ferries, STX Finland Oy Rauma Shipyard — Deltamarin delivered a wide range of design services for the owner and the yard from the very start to finish. The Spirit of Britain received in 2012 the Safe Return to Port prize awarded by ShipPax.
Customer: Bergen Group Fosen — Deltamarin delivered basic and detail design services for the vessel and its LNG conversion.
Customer: Suomen Lauttaliikenne Oy FinFerries — Deltamarin developed the concept together with the owner for the very challenging ice conditions on the intended route.
Customer: Compagnie Polynesienne de Transport Maritime — Deltamarin delivered outline design and handled the yard tendering process.