2019年01月22日

ハートランドフェリー(株)

札幌に本拠を置くハートランドフェリーは、2019年1月21日、奥尻―せたな航路(5月―10月の季節航路)の休止を表明した。
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2019年01月20日

ピースボート

東京に本拠を置く日本のNGOであるピースボートは、2020年4月就航予定のEcoshipの建造を、2年延期した模様。2020年4月に予定されていた処女航海世界一周クルーズの予約者に対し、2019年1月18日辺りから連絡を取り始めた。
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2019年01月19日

(株)臼杵造船

2019年1月17日、久米商船向け「フェリー海邦」(1200gt)が、臼杵造船所で進水した。
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2019年01月18日

Shippax News Bulletin – 3

- In association with Interferry

Dear Subscriber,

Please find the headlines of the news added to the Shippax website during week 3.

We highly recommend our monthly magazine, Shippax Info if you want a broader and more in-depth news coverage, together with fleet change reports, orderbooks, projects & conversions, our unique traffic statistics and much much more.

Have a nice weekend!

Incat to build a new high-speed cat for Trinidad & Tobago

As expected, and as announced to their parliament by the Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) Prime Minister earlier this week, Incat Tasmania will build a new high-speed ro-pax catamaran for the T&T Government.

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STQ acquires the 1970-built APOLLO for CAD 2.1 million

The Société des traversiers du Québec (STQ) has acquired the 49-year-old APPOLO from Woodward Group’s Labrador Marine Inc for an amount exceeding CAD 2.1 million (EUR 1.39 million).

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Growth in all sectors for Eckerö Linjen in 2018

Eckerö Linjen, the subsidiary of Rederiaktiebolaget Eckerö that services the Eckerö–Grisslehamn route with the 1,500-passenger and 515-lanemetre ECKERÖ, has released its 2018 statistics, showing a 3.3% passenger increase (968,290 in total) and a 3% vehicle increase on 2017.

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Hapag-Lloyd Cruises sells BREMEN

Hapag-Lloyd Cruises has announced that it has sold its 1990-built BREMEN to a subsidiary of the Swiss river cruise ship owner Scylla AG. The ocean cruise ship will be transferred in May 2021, and then chartered out by Scylla under a new name.

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Trials for DFDS’s first Jinling newbuild

DFDS kindly sent Shippax a few high-resolution drone pictures taken during the trials of Jinling Shipyard’s yard number 408 which is expected to be delivered later during 1Q 2019.

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It’s STENA ESTRID

On Thursday 16 January, Stena Line’s first E-Flexer under construction at AVIC Weihai was floated. She will remain in the building dock to be floated out later this quarter. Coinciding with the floating ceremony, there was the keel laying of yard number W0267. This is the third E-Flexer which will emerge as GALICIA on a long-term charter to Brittany Ferries.

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NCLH orders one more cruise ship – this time for its Regent Seven Seas Cruises brand

One week after ordering a pair of 67,000gt Allura Class vessels for its Oceana Cruises brand, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCLH) and Fincantieri have signed an EUR 474 million contract for a new ultra-luxury cruise ship for Regent Seven Seas Cruises, bringing the total number of NCLH ships on order at Fincantieri to ten.

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Delcomar buys Wightlink’s ST. CECILIA

Following last year’s introduction of the hybrid ferry VICTORIA OF WIGHT, Wightlink has sold its 1987-built Portsmouth-Fishbourne ferry ST. CECILIA to Delcomar.

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New ships for CLdN

The 5,000-lanemetre LAURELINE has been delivered from Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD), the first of four sister ships due this year.

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Mexico’s first luxury cruise vessel on her way home at last

The first luxury cruise vessel designed for the Mexican market, the 1990-built VIDANTA ELEGANT, is on her way home to Puerto Vallarta after finally completing a major internal rebuild at shipyards in Cadiz and Naples for her new owners – Vidanta Cruises, a subsidiary of leading Mexican company Grupo Vidanta, Latin America’s leading leisure resort company.

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Wight Shipyard delivers its first export order – the 38-knot TWIN CITY LINER

Fast growing UK high-speed ferry builder Wight Shipyard Co., based at East Cowes, on the Isle of Wight, has delivered its first export order – the 39m, 38-knot passenger ferry TWIN CITY LINER to Austria’s Central Danube Region Marketing & Development. The 250-passenger capacity vessel left Cowes earlier this afternoon, 11 January, for its delivery voyage to Vienna under its own power and will enter daily service at the end of March running between Vienna and Bratislava.

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Kvarken Link signs LoI with RMC for EUR 120 million hybrid gas-powered ro-pax

Kvarken Link has signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) with Finnish shipbuilding company Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) for the construction of an 800-passenger and 1,500-lanemetre capacity ro-pax ferry for the Bothnian Gulf route between Vaasa and Umeå.

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Press Releases

Please send your relevant industry press releases to news@shippax.se to have them published in this section!

AS Tallinna Sadam 2018 Q4 and full year passenger and cargo flows

In 2018 Q4 5.0 million tonnes of cargo and 2.3 million passengers passed through the harbours of Tallinna Sadam. Compared to the same period of previous year, the cargo volume increased 2.0%, mainly due to liquid bulk. The growth of the number of passengers decreased by 1.0%. The number of ship calls grew by 4.8% to 1841 calls.

Tallink and TalTech to collaborate on developing smart ship solutions

Tallink Grupp and the TalTech started a scientific collaboration with the aim of developing various innovative solutions for Tallink Grupp’s vessels over the next two years. According to the two-year 100,000 Euro cooperation agreement, signed by Member of the Management Board of Tallink Grupp, Mr Lembit Kitter and the rector of TalTech, Mr Jaak Aaviksoo, the focus of the collaboration will be on developing the so-called „Smart Car Deck“ solutions, which would be aligned with the Smart Port solutions already in use today and would result in innovative technologies that would make the ships’ car decks and operations on the car decks more efficient.

Acquisition of Neptun Ship Design – MV WERFTEN expanding its design capacities

The shipyard group MV WERFTEN is acquiring the Rostock-based Neptun Ship Design, which as Germany’s largest ship design office has enjoyed an excellent reputation worldwide for decades thanks to its impressive know-how and successful designs.

PORT OF KIEL presents annual results 2018

Kiel continues to pursue its growth course in passenger traffic posting a 4.2 % increase with 2.2 million travellers. At the same time, the port’s cargo sector was unable to match the top results of the reference period (2017: 7.4 million tons, +14.3 %). The handling performance decreased by 3.5 % to 7.15 tons of cargo in 2018.

Iridium CertusSM Goes Live; World’s First Truly Global Broadband Service

Iridium Communications Inc. announced the commercial launch of its Iridium Certus broadband service, the first new capability activated from the company’s $3 billion IridiumR NEXT satellite replacement program.

David MacBrayne Group Limited announces the appointment of a new Group Chief Executive Officer

The Board of David MacBrayne Limited has today (January 15, 2019) announced the appointment of a new Group Chief Executive Officer, Mr Duncan Mackison.

2018, a year of consolidation for the Port Boulogne Calais

The Port Boulogne Calais is consolidating its leading position both in terms of cross-Channel traffic and in the ranking of French fishing ports. 2018 saw the return of tourist traffic on the Calais/Dover route and the continued status of the port of Boulogne as France’s leading fishing port.
The port of Boulogne-sur-Mer maintains its position in the ranking of French auction venues.

Eurotunnel: reaction to the Brexit vote

Eurotunnel duly notes the vote by MPs against the approval of the Withdrawal Agreement by the House of Commons. Eurotunnel now calls on political leaders to clarify the nature of the border relationship and controls that will exist between the United Kingdom and the European Union, as soon as possible. Only the establishment of clear rules will allow businesses to continue to invest, to create jobs and to preserve the vital human, social and cultural exchanges that benefit both the UK and the EU. 26% of trade between the UK and the EU passes through the Channel Tunnel, supporting hundreds of thousands of jobs.

Rolf A. Sandvik resigns as CEO of The Fjords

Rolf A. Sandvik is leaving his position as CEO of The Fjords. Sandvik, who has led the company since its formation in January 2015, has informed the board of his intention to step down. Vidar Hauståker, the Chief Financial Officer of The Fjords and Flåm AS, will act as interim general manager until a permanent replacement is recruited.

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Appoints Adam M. Goldstein as 2019 Global Chair

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), the world’s largest cruise industry trade organization, announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Adam M. Goldstein, Vice Chairman, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., as Global Chair, effective January 1, 2019. Goldstein succeeds Arnold Donald, President and CEO, Carnival Corporation & plc. who served as CLIA Global Chairman since January 2017.

La Méridionale, French ferry operator achieves proven savings through Wärtsilä’s Eniram energy management technology

Eniram, a Wärtsilä company and French ferry operator La Méridionale, have taken notable steps on digitalising La Méridionale’s fleet with the help of the latest energy management technology. This partnership is in line with Wärtsilä’s Smart Marine vision, which through the extensive use of digitalisation, will enable the efficient use of resources with the least possible impact on the environment.

CDP, Fincantieri and snam team up to innovate port facilities in Italy and develop sustainable technologies for maritime transport

Cassa depositi e prestiti (CDP), Fincantieri and Snam have signed a preliminary collaboration agreement aimed at identifying, defining and implementing medium-term strategic projects for the innovation and development of port facilities in Italy, as well as for the development of sustainable technologies applied to maritime transport, in line with the provisions of the National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan Proposal (PNIEC).

Board changes at Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited

Tony Graham has resigned his post as a non-executive director of the board of Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) upon appointment as managing director at Cammell Laird Shipbuilders Limited.

Trasmediterranea: Successful Pilot Go-Live!

At the beginning of December 2018, the new Carus ePoS system on board was implemented on board Trasmediterranea’s CIUDAD DE IBIZA ferry as the live pilot vessel. In the words of Juan Manuel Caballero, CIO of Trasmediterranea, it was ‘a complete success!’

Lars Erik Lunøe appointed CEO of Telenor Maritime

Telenor Maritime’s Board of Directors has appointed Lars Erik Lunøe as CEO of Telenor Maritime. He will take up his new role as of February 1, 2019.

Number of ships sailing with SelektopeR-powered antifouling coatings set to double in 2019

The largest single volume order received for the barnacle-repelling antifouling ingredient SelektopeR coupled with strong commercial developments in late 2018 will see the number of ships using SelektopeR-containing antifouling coatings more than double in 2019.

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2019年01月17日

(株)ゆりかもめ

2019年1月15日、ゆりかもめは、「船の科学館駅」から「東京国際クルーズターミナル駅」、「国際展示場正門駅」から「東京ビッグサイト駅」への駅名改称を、2019年3月16日に行うと発表した。
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