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Shipyards and Shipbuilding
In October 2016, the HMS Caroline, a ship owned by the National Museum of the Royal Navy, was undergoing a hull refurbishment in dry dock at Harland and Wolff in Belfast, Ireland.
Retrofits are never easy, but as the latest Regent Seven Seas Cruises project proves, getting them right through your selection of partners is critical to keep a vessel profitable.
Baggerbedrijf De Boer B.V. (Dutch Dredging B.V.) has ordered two custom, special-purpose tugs to be built at Damen Shipyards Hardinxveld in the Netherlands through the subsidiairy De Boer Remorquage SARL.
Shipowners and shipyards from 19 countries, with an interest in the Spanish market, have confirmed attendance at the World Maritime Week, which will take place from 27-31 March 2017 at the Bilbao Exhibition Centre and will offer various B2B programmes and meeting points for four sectors: naval, port, fishing and marine renewable energies.
Cantiere delle Marche adds to its orders' book a new explorer yacht: Acciaio 118'. Since May 2016, a record performance: a sale every 40 days.