2015年11月27日

Shippax CFI Weekly Bulletin - 48

Headlines of news added to Shippax CFI’s Newsdeck section during week
48. For full text, visit Shippax at: http://www.shippax.se --- Please
note that further news might be added to the web site during the course
of the day ---

Finally we know who will take over SNCM

November 20. The Marseille Commercial Court has decided today that the
bid of Corsican transport entrepreneur Patrick Rocca is the best one for
SNCM.


Two new ro-ro ships for Siemens Wind Power

November 21. Dutch Concordia Group will build and operate two 140m ro-ro
vessels for Siemens Wind Power. The ships are specially designed for the
transport of nacelles and rotor blades from the production facilities to
the installation ports.


Uljanik to build a cruise ship

November 21. Croatian shipyard Uljanik has announced that it will build
a 237-passenger cruise vessel, without revealing the name of the customer.


Former KUNGSHOLM ends on an Indian beach

November. Two days ago Sweden's last former passenger ship arrived in
Alang to be scrapped.


Loch Foyle car ferry closes

November 22. Ireland's Lough Foyle ferry service which has carried
around 2.5 million passengers and vehicles between Greencastle, County
Donegal, and Magilligan in County Londonderry since being established in
2002, will not resume before the present operating contract expires in
March 2016.


DFDS re-shuffle North Sea and Baltic vessels

November 22. To optimise capacity DFDS is undertaking a major reshuffle
of vessels on the North Sea and Baltic with Fleet Management Director
Richard Berg-Larsen announcing a series of switches due to take place
between 30 November and 2 December.


STENA NAUTICA hit by wind power installation ship

November 23. At 9 o’clock CET Sunday morning, storm winds and high waves
made A2SEA’s wind power installation ship break loose and collide with
STENA NAUTICA that laid next to it in Grenaa, Denmark.


Veteran ferry sinks in Fiji

November 24. Venu Shipping's SUILVEN, a 1974-built ferry, capsized and
sank at the entrance of Suva Harbour, Fiji.


Ferries next for Swedish asylum-seekers

November 24. With well over 10.000 asylum-seekers coming to Sweden every
week a severe lack of housing and shelters for asylum-seekers has
arisen. The Swedish migration board (migrationsverket) is now therefore
opening up for the possibility to use ferries and floating platforms as
a way of making more available.


13,640 nautical miles to deliver a 75m ferry

November 24. Dutch company Redwise Maritime Services, specialised in
conveying ships under own power, recently delivered four new ferries,
with the most remarkable voyage being the one from China to South America.


DFDS achieve record result in Q3

November 24. Last week DFDS announced record results for the third
quarter. The company noted a strong volume growth for all five shipping
business units (particularly the Channel, Passenger and North Sea
units), and raised the outlook further to EBITDA of DKK 2.0-2.1bn for 2015.


South Korea wants at least KRW 187.8 billion from SEWOL operator

November 24. Yonhap reported that the government filed a law suit
against the Chonghaejin Marine Co., the operator of the sunken ferry SEWOL.


LE BOREAL to be repaired in Chile

November 24. All the passengers and crew from the fire-stricken LE
BOREAL were repatriated during the weekend. The ship is now at berthed
in a military port in the Falkland Islands, and will be towed these next
few days to Punta Arenas’ shipyard in Chile to implement the repairs.


Two former SeaFrance ships renamed

November 25. Former MyFerryLink / SeaFrance ro-pax ferries RODIN and
BERLIOZ are in Dunkerque for a complete overhaul to make them
operational for DFDS. Their names have been changed, however, without
the traditional "Seaways" suffix.


Emergency docking for STENA SCANDINAVICA

November 26. Stena Line' Kiel – Göteborg ferry STENA SCANDINAVICA has to
be taken out of service for an emergency docking and repairs to her
propeller shaft.


Drop in profitability for Louis Plc

November 26. Cruise ship and hotel operator Louis Plc said that it
generated a total of €10.2m in after tax profit in January to September
compared to almost €16m a year before, partly attributable to increased
tax burden in Greece and higher wages.


First Salish-class ferry christened

November 27. BC Ferries held the official naming ceremony for the first
Salish-Class vessel at Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. in Gdansk, Poland
earlier this week.


Strong October numbers for UK ferry operators

November 27. UK ferry operators saw a significant growth in its October
numbers.

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2015年11月26日

津軽海峡フェリー(株)

津軽海峡フェリーは、内海造船でカー・フェリー2隻を新造する。2016年〜2017年にかけて就航する予定。
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2015年11月25日

オーシャントランス(株)

オーシャントランス(オーシャン東九フェリー)の新船、「フェリーびざん」は、予定された2015年12月22日より遅れて、2016年1月3日に東京―徳島―北九州航路に就航することとなった。
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