We launched a new fishing vessel NB001 using Alkor’s dock. The vessel is 28m long and 10m width. It’s well adapted to fishing through bottom trawls. The ship that will be christened MS Slettenberg was built for the Norwegian company Granli Fiskeri AS.
We launched next Multicat 2712 hull - building no YN571815, for Dutch shipyard Damen Shipyards Hardinxveld. It’s a multifunctional vessel identical to several vessels built in recent years by Safe.
On the 12th of December we signed a contract for building three BT 3808 fishing vessels with the following building numbers: YN629, YN630 and YN631. Vessels will be 37,95 meters long. The first hull delivery is scheduled for May 2020. Next ones will be delivered in June 2021.
The keel laying ceremony took place on the 16th of April. We started building a next fishing vessel for a Norwegian shipowner – Granli Fiskeri AS. The vessel will be 28m long and 10m width. At the ceremony, we hosted shipowner and project office representatives. The vessel will be launched as a fully equipped ship in the summer of 2020.
A trawler with YN626 construction number is 32m long and 9,6m width. The vessel is being built under Bureau Veritas certification agency supervision. The was ordered by Damen Maaskant Shipyards Stellendam shipyard for a Dutch fishing company Ekofish Group.
On the 30th of April 2019 we launched a modern, partially equipped twin-rigger fishing trawler. The vessel developed for Famen Maaskant Shipyards Stellendam will be named Spes Nova. It will be transferred to the shipowner, Dutch fishing company in October 2019.
The hull is 49,7 m long and 11 m width. It will be used for fresh fish transportation and as a floating processing plant after the final equip in Norway.
A prototype unit, working documentation and model was delivered entirely by SAFE construction office. The hull will be delivered to Damen Hadixveld Shipyard for the final equip.
The ship is 39,70 m length and 9,80 m width. The vessel will be equipped with 6 chilled water tanks for transporting fish. Total capacity of tanks is around 425 m3.
Fregate has been launched! Launching a partially equipped tug made by the Gdansk Safe shipyard took place on Tuesday. The unit is made to order at Damen Shipyards Hardinxveld. According to Damen, it is considered the first of its kind in the world.
Rotor Tug ART 80-32 YN 571739. Launched on 14.09.2016 in the floating dock of Nauta Shipyard in Gdynia, Poland, started her service on 09th of February 2017. This tug has 80 tons of bollard pull and is equipped with 3 propulsion sets (Schottel rotor drives and Caterpillar engines each one with 1765 kW. This tug is third of this type vessel built in Poland. Safe Shipyard with the help of Damen Shipyard Hardinxveld built the unit in turn-key state.
On 13th of December there was a next launching by the floating crane Maja. This time we launched new version of Shoalbuster 3512 YN 571764. On 17th of December we started towing the hull to the Damen Hardinxveld.
On 26 th of September 2017 there was a launching of a next unit for Damen Shipyards Hardinxveld. It was a hull of RSV 3315 YN 571735. The hullt weights almost 400 tones. For that reason it was neccesary to use pontoon and the floating dock of Alkor for the purpose of launching. The operation lasted 2 days.
On 25th of March there was a next launching by the floating crane Maja. This time we launched new version of Shoalbuster 2712 YN 571737. On 6th of April we started towing the hull to the Damen Hardinxveld.