On Tuesday, 16th of September the launching ceremony of a specialist vessel intended for supplying oil drilling and oil mining rigs took place in Remontowa Shipbuilding. The ship is being constructed for one of the biggest Norwegian offshore fleet owners. It has already been contracted for maintenance of a Shell oilfield in the North Sea.
On Friday, 8th August 2014 a christening ceremony of a Platform Supply Vessel took place in Remontowa Shipbuilding shipyard which is a member of the biggest marine capital group in Poland – Remontowa HOLDING.
It was the eighth vessel in series built for one of the biggest and most renowned US Owners, operating a fleet comprising of several hundred ships dedicated to performing complicated tasks including servicing, building and maintenance of underwater installations and securing proper functioning of oil and drilling rigs. Similar to previous vessels of the series, the ship was named after one of the species of antelopes – Wildebeest.
On 3rd July 2014 Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A. has signed a contract for the delivery of three double ended car-passenger ferries. The vessels will be built for Canadian owner – the largest passenger ferry line in North America and the second largest in the world. These will be the first vessels in the currently 36 ship fleet, utilizing Dual Fuel engines capable of running both in Diesel and LNG mode.
Remontowa Shipbuilding S.A., member of Remontowa Holding has strengthened its leading position among providers of multipurpose offshore support vessels and gained new clients. New contract for construction an anchor handling, tug and supply vessel destined for serving in harsh environment conditions was signed on 8th of May 2014. The vessel will be built for Canadian - Norwegian joint venture, than she will be used for a charter to one of the largest oil companies in the world - ExxonMobil. The AHTS will be built according to Rolls – Royce Marine design.