Nansen Spirit tanker is the sister ship of Amundsen Spirit, which we had repaired at the turn of July and August. The scope of work on both ships was very […]
In the last issue of DRYDOCK MAGAZINE as of September, there has been a batch of remote ship repair projects, as well as of repairs of large tankers and container […]
In September, the project to retrofit the multi-purpose offshore vessel Grane R owned by Rohde-Nielsen A/S was completed at the Remontowa shipyard. Grane R is a powerful offshore grab dredger […]
Longest and heaviest ship in the largest dock. In August, Atlantic Star – one of the largest con-ro ships in the world – entered the Remontowa S.A. shipyard. It is […]
Conversion of the Belgia Seaways ro-ro vessel, owned by Danish DFDS has been completed. The most important task of this project was the installation of a new ramp, which enabled […]
Among others requiring projects in May, the CLV Spirit mobilization has been completed. This Cable Laying Vessel owned by Royal Boskalis b.v. came to REMONTOWA on the beginning of month […]
At the end of March , the mobilisation of Ile d’Ouessant, commissioned by Luis Dreyfus Armateurs, was completed. The project was to change the configuration and equipment of the ship […]
The container/RoRo Carrier Grande Gabon, initiated the set of five vessels from the Grande Morocco series belonging to the Italian shipowner Grimaldi Deep Sea SpA, on which scrubber systems will […]
In the first month of 2020 we’ve had more than 25 ships repaired in the docks and at the quays of Remontowa. There were 6 car-passenger ferries: Huckelberry Finn & […]
Remontowa Shiprepair Yard S.A. has been ranked first in Europe among the shipyards retrofitting ships with Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems in the World Fleet Register ranking of Clarksons Research. The […]
Within a couple of days of November 2019 there were as many as 25 ships of various types being repaired at Remontowa Shiprepair Yard S.A. Among the vessels were: tankers, bulk carriers, […]
In the spring of 2019, the hybrid ferry Berlin underwent an intermediate survey at Remontowa Shiprepair Yard SA. In November its ferry-twin, the Copenhagen, arrived at the shipyard. Both ships […]
The highlight of the Mazarine project was the construction of an additional, new cargo deck, from the superstructure towards the bow, and the installation of a hydraulic entry ramp. This […]
Spirit of Vancouver Island owned by BC Ferries, has been converted at Remontowa Shiprepair Yard SA. On 28 February 2019 the ferry departed from the yard following the completion of a mid-life upgrade (MLU). The Spirit of Vancouver Island ferry entered Remontowa SA on October 15, 2018. She has undergone modernization, upgrade and machinery conversion completed in February 2019. Then the ship began her voyage across the Atlantic, the Panama Canal and a passage along the west coast of North America to Richmond in Canada.
A record number of ferries has been noted at Remontowa Shiprepair Yard in Gdansk in the winter season 2018/2019. As of mid January 2019, more than 20 car-passenger or cargo ferries have been hosted or planned to visit the yard since the end of November 2018 to mid March 2019.
At Remontowa Shiprepair Yard SA, at the end of July 2018 the conversion and upgrade of the Sylur – the ship owned by Lotos Petrobaltic (purchased from the second-hand market and taken over by the Polish company in December 2016) was completed.
In October 2018, Grande Lagos, the ship which belongs to Grimaldi Group Company left Remontowa Shiprepair Yard SA with a scrubber system installed. The ship has been equipped with The Open Loop scrubber System, made by Wärtsilä.