SHIPS MONTHLY SEPTEMBER 2022 ISSUE OUT NOW

SHIPS MONTHLY SEPTEMBER 2022 ISSUE OUT NOW

The September 2022 issue of Ships Monthly is out now, and contains the usual mix of news, reviews and features.

 Chantiers and Celebrity celebrate construction milestone on Celebrity Ascent

Chantiers and Celebrity celebrate construction milestone on Celebrity Ascent

On 24 August 2022 workers at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard welded a ceremonial coin to a massive steel docking block forming the keel of Celebrity Ascent.

World’s largest container ship Ever Alot delivered

World’s largest container ship Ever Alot delivered

The world’s largest container ship, the first of its kind made by China, was delivered on 22 June 2022 by Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co Ltd in Shanghai.

Crowley secures subcontract for hybrid-electric ferry

Crowley secures subcontract for hybrid-electric ferry

The energy and logistics solutions company Crowley has been selected by Senesco Marine to provide design verification and production packaging for a hybrid-electric passenger vehicle ferry.

German operator SFK takes delivery of full-electric ferry

German operator SFK takes delivery of full-electric ferry

Dutch marine battery system supplier EST-Floattech has delivered 1092kWh of battery capacity for new, full-electric ferry Wellingdorf.

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  • Ulstein develops foundation installation vessel

    Ulstein develops foundation installation vessel

    1st October 2022

    The significant shortage of foundation installation vessels as projected by market analysts and brokers calls for immediate action. To provide for tomorrow’s needs in offshore wind, and building on decades of a proven track record in heavy lift vessel design,…

  • GALLERY: Shipping in the Caribbean

    GALLERY: Shipping in the Caribbean

    1st October 2022

    Shipping in the Caribbean is a mix of old and new, as many old British, German, and Dutch coasters and ferries made their way to the Islands at the end of their working lives. While these vessels are still in…

  • Passengers Cruising Back into North Wales thanks to Holyhead Port

    Passengers Cruising Back into North Wales thanks to Holyhead Port

    30th September 2022

    Stena Line Ports says over 55,000 cruise passengers will visit North Wales this year and the reopening of their deep-water berth will bring the potential for many more in 2023 Eagle-eyed ship-spotters in Wales are used to seeing ferries coming…

  • Stena Line celebrates its 60th anniversary

    Stena Line celebrates its 60th anniversary

    28th September 2022

    Stena Line celebrated its 60th anniversary on 28 September. Stena transports six million passengers and several million tonnes of freight units per year on 38 ships, operating 18 routes across a European wide network spanning from the west of Ireland…

  • Artemis Technologies Launches Game Changing Ferry

    Artemis Technologies Launches Game Changing Ferry

    27th September 2022

    Artemis Technologies has unveiled the world’s most advanced 100 per cent electric foiling fast ferry that will change the way cities around the world utilise and decarbonise their waterways. The 150-seat ferry generates zero emissions in operation, produces minimal wake…

  • GALLERY: Greek hydrofoils

    GALLERY: Greek hydrofoils

    27th September 2022

    Hydrofoil operations around the world are unusual, but John Pagni photographed some of these vessels operating in Greek waters. Hellenic Seaways’ Flying Dolphin 19 speeding back to Piraeus following a Saronic Gulf round trip calling at Aegina, Poros, Ermioni, Porto Heli,…

  • MELL’s ships make maiden calls at Tibar Bay port

    MELL’s ships make maiden calls at Tibar Bay port

    25th September 2022

    Mariana Express Lines (MELL), a subsidiary of Pacific International Lines (PIL), has announced that two of its vessels, Kota Dunia and Selatan Damai, made successful maiden calls at the new Tibar Bay Port over two days from 14 September 2022…

  • Waverley withdrawn from service

    Waverley withdrawn from service

    24th September 2022

    The histroic paddler Waverley has been touring the south coast, with thousands of trippers taking advantage of the days out she has been offering. Unfortunately, during routine maintenance checks on 22 September  a defect was discovered in Waverley’s starboard paddle…

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