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SOV for Hornsea Two OWF launched in Turkey
Louis Dreyfus Armateurs' (LDA's) new service operations vessel (SOV), which will be working at Ørsted's Hornsea Two offshore wind farm, was launched on 21 September at Cemre Shipyard in Turkey.
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Ulstein: Outfitting starts for Lindblad’s 2nd X-Bow polar expedition shipOn 22 October 2020, the hull of the National Geographic Resolution, a polar expedition cruise vessel ordered by US-based cruise company Lindblad Expeditions, arrived at the Ulstein Verft shipyard in Norway to undergo outfitting work.
HySHIP hydrogen project secures EU fundingMaritime innovation project HySHIP has been granted €8 million (about $9.4 million) in EU funding as the Norwegian government announces a strengthened focus on the development and commercialization of hydrogen as a carbon-neutral fuel.
Hyundai Mipo debuts 20,000 cu m liquefied hydrogen carrier designClass society Korean Register has approved Hyundai Mipo Dockyard’s design plans for a 20,000 cu m liquefied hydrogen carrier with the yard now determined to step up commercialisation plans of the new ship type.
Safe Bulkers snaps up newbuild kamsarmaxGreek owner Safe Bulkers has acquisition an 82,000 dwt kamsarmax bulker, currently under construction in Japan.
MSC Cruises first to use Fincantieri’s new air sanitation system for cruise shipsMSC Seashore, a yet-to-be-delivered cruise ship owned by Switzerland-based cruise line MSC Cruises, will become the first vessel to feature Fincantieri’s next-generation air sanitation technology.
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