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Old November 5th, 2017, 06:07 PM   #321
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Znaleziony w Gdańsku. Nie wiem czy fake czy prawdziwy stealth

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Old November 5th, 2017, 10:32 PM   #322
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Znaleziony w Gdańsku. Nie wiem czy fake czy prawdziwy stealth
Z takimi zaobleniami, relingami itd? Dużo płaskich powierzchni i szara barwa to nie "stealth"

To też nijak nie jest "stealth": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skat_(yacht)

Zresztą "szybka jednostka" i "stealth" się wykluczają, z powodu, niemożliwego do zniwelowania echa generowanego przez kilwater/falę wzniecaną przez szybkie jednostki.
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Old November 6th, 2017, 09:43 AM   #323
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na zdjęciu tego nie widać, ale właściciel nawet wymalował na dziobie STEALTH
same ouboardy tworzą powierzchnię odbicia większą niż niejeden standardowy reflektor radarowy, co byłoby z łatwością wychwycone przez radary statkowe.
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Old November 14th, 2017, 08:34 PM   #324
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Ulstein to Build New National Geographic Polar Expedition Cruise Ship

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U.S.-based Lindblad Expeditions has signed an agreement with Norwegian shipbuilder Ulstein to build what Ulstein describes as the world’s foremost expedition cruise ship.



Lindblad Expeditions is an expedition travel company that works in partnership with National Geographic. It will be the first polar newbuild in the Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic fleet.

The new vessel will be built in Ulsteinvik, Norway and is scheduled for delivery in the first quarter of 2020. The agreement comes with an option for two additional ships to be delivered in subsequent years.

Ulstein says the state-of-the-art polar expedition vessel has been designed as “the ultimate expedition platform with a focus on safety and comfort”, and the design will incorporate solutions to reduce its environmental impact. A key feature will be Ulstein’s patented X-BOW, a distinctive bow that provides both fuel efficiency and improved motion in rough seas. The ship will also include expanded fuel and water tanks for extended operations in remote areas and zero-speed stabilizers for stability underway, or while stopped for wildlife observation or embarking/disembarking. The vessel will also be built to a “very high ice class”, according to Ulstein.

“We are incredibly excited to be working with Ulstein and their brilliant team of engineers and designers on this state-of-the-art vessel as we continue expansion of our fleet. It is the next step in the long-term growth of the company, and will be the most extraordinary global expedition ship in the world on a multitude of levels,” said Sven Lindblad, President and CEO of Lindblad.

In keeping with the Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic ethos, the ship will be designed to access the outside environment from anywhere on the ship. It will have 69 guest cabins and suites, 75% of which will have exterior balconies. The ship will also feature a Zodiac loading system which will allow guests to get ashore quickly and safely, as well as kayaks, cross-country skis, a remotely operated vehicle (ROV), hydrophones, underwater video cameras, and a helicopter landing platform, among other features still to be announced.

“Our expedition cruises, operated through our alliance with Lindblad Expeditions, have delivered remarkable experiences to our guests for the past 13 years,” said Nancy Schumacher, head of Travel and Tour Operations for National Geographic. “The expansion of the Lindblad-National Geographic fleet is truly terrific news, as it allows us to offer these unforgettable trips to even more travellers in the future. We look forward to joining our partner Lindblad Expeditions in celebrating the launch of the latest addition to the Lindblad-National Geographic fleet.”
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Old November 14th, 2017, 08:39 PM   #325
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był x-bow, jest też x-stern
http://gcaptain.com/photos-ulstein-l...first-x-stern/
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Norwegian shipbuilder Ulstein has launched the first vessel featuring the new X-Stern hull design at their Ulstein Verft shipyard in Ulsteinvik, Norway.



The service operation vessel for the offshore wind industry is one of two being constructed for Bernhard Schulte Offshore, and will be working for Siemens.

The vessel is actually the first built by Ulstein Group for work in the renewable energy segment, in this case offshore wind supporting wind farm operations and maintenance, technician accommodation and transport, and safe reliable access to offshore installations.
The X-STERN was first introduced in 2014 as the successor to Ulstein’s popular X-BOW hull. The X-STERN is designed so that a vessel can be positioned with the stern faced towards the weather instead of the bow, leading to improved weather resistance, greater operability and reduced power and fuel consumption while on DP mode.

Both vessels for Bernhard Schulte are based on the SX175 design measuring 88 meters in length, a breadth of 18 meters, speed of 13.5 knots, and accommodation for 60 people.

Ulstein received the order for the vessels in January 2015 by Germany-based Bernhard Schulte through its offshore wind affiliate WINDEA Offshore, marking the first order for the X-STERN hull.



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był x-bow, jest też x-stern
zarówno o samym X-Bow, jak i o X-Bow razem z X-Stern (także w pierwszych zastosowaniach) wielokrotnie informował (prawie w każdym przypadku jako pierwszy w mediach polskojęzycznych) PortalMorski.pl

pokazane tu (w poprzednim poście) statki Siemensa / Windea też były niejednokrotnie tematem tekstów na Portalu Morskim, bo ich kadłuby powstały w Polsce...

to samo wydawnictwo (od Portalu Morskiego), tylko nie pamiętam, czy w samym portalu czy w miesięczniku "Nasze MORZE" informowało także, że pierwszy w ogóle statek z X-Bow, jaki powstał miał częściowo wyposażony kadłub z Polski...

a po tych dwóch Siemens / Windea Crist już (niedawno) przekazał kolejny częściowo wyposażony statek z X-Bow i X-Stern (Acta Auriga)...
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to dopiero jest pływający dziwoląg - czas mu płynie szybciej niż innym statkom...

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Old December 1st, 2017, 09:07 AM   #328
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The world’s first 3D printed ship propeller, known as the WAAMpeller, was officially unveiled during a ceremony on November 30. Photo: Damen
Dutch shipbuilding group Damen has received class approval for the world’s first 3D printed ship propellor.

The propeller, known as the WAAMpeller, was verified by international classification society Bureau Veritas following seven months under development by five companies; RAMLAB, Promarin, Autodesk, Bureau Veritas and Damen.

The consortium reached its first milestone in August with the completion of the first WAAMpeller prototype, which was installed on a Damen Stan Tug 1606 for testing in Dordrecht, Netherlands. The prototype was followed up by second version with the goal of class certification.

The propeller itself is made from 298 layers of 3D printed Nickel Aluminium Bronze alloy.
Operational testing of the propeller took place on November 20 with all partners in the project present. The testing program included bollard pull and crash stop testing, in addition to speed trials. During the crash stop testing, the team tested going from full throttle ahead to full throttle reverse – the heaviest loading that a propeller can experience.

“Of course, we were all a bit nervous beforehand – after all, innovation always comes with a certain amount of unknowns – but the testing was a success,” says Kees Custers, Damen Project Engineer R&D.

“We are pleased to report that the WAAMpeller displayed the same behaviour as a conventional casted propeller in all of the tests,” he added.
Looking at the bigger picture, Allard Castelein, CEO Port of Rotterdam, highlighted the role that 3D printing could have on the future of shipbuilding.





“This project has shown the shipbuilding industry the potential of 3D printing techniques for the production of vessel components. We continue our intensive research into this very exciting area,” said Castelein.
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Dutch company OOS International is looking to build what is says will be the world’s largest semi-submersible crane vessel.

OOS International said on Monday it has signed a memorandum of understanding with China Merchants Industry Holdings (CMIH), a subsidiary of Hong Kong’s China Merchants Group, for the basic design and construction a new semi-submersible crane vessel, the OOS Zeelandia.

OOS revealed the OOS Zeelandia during the EU-China Blue Industry Cooperation Forum on December 8 in Shenzhen, but confirms it has already signed the MOU with CMIH back in July of this year. The basic design is already in progress, the company added.

By signing this agreement, both parties have confirmed their commitment to establish and maintain a strategic partnership based on the engineering and construction phase for this new vessel.

According to OOS, its next generation SSCV will be suitable for platform removal and installation in deep water. The platform will be equipped with two cranes with lifting capacity of 12,000T per crane, the aft crane is fitted with a 360 degrees rotating DP work bridge where DPO’s and crane drivers are located next to each other, an open deck space for positioning and transport of heavy modules, 112 meters between the cranes and a hotel capacity integrated in the deck box.

Furthermore, this dynamically positioned ICE Class 1B LNG vessel can reach a high transit speed up to 15.4 knots and has a low fuel consumption due to its ship shaped asymmetric design.



Targeting decom & subsea markets



Léon Overdulve, CEO and founder of OOS International, confirmed this platform is the world’s largest and most powerful LNG SSCV ever constructed.

“These immense volumes that go beyond the capacity of our current fleet will be of great value to the decommissioning and subsea installation market based on client demands concerning the removal and installation of a high number of platforms,” Overdulve said.

Two of the current SSCV’s of OOS International are in operation today, working on the renovation and maintenance of the production platforms of Petrobras in Brazil.

In 2016, OOS International signed a contract with major partner China Merchants Industry Holdings for building two new SSCV’s, the OOS Serooskerke and OOS Walcheren, which can be utilized for dismantling, lifting and removal of platforms. Both vessels will be equipped with two heavy lift Huisman cranes with a total crane capacity of 4,400T and a sizeable hotel capacity of 750 persons on board of each. The delivery of these newbuilds is expected in 2019.



CMIH last week also signed a letter of intent (LOI) with Jumbo for engineering and construction of a DP2 heavy lift crane vessel (HLCV). The estimated date of delivery was the first quarter of 2020 and that the new HLCV was designed in cooperation with Ulstein Design and Solutions.
dziwny projekt
pokoje w deck box i pod dzwigami - moze byc glosno
dzwigi na burcie - duzo balastowania, przechyly
12k kazdy dzwig to prawie o 70% wiecej od dotychczasowego lidera Thialfa (7100 ton) - naprawde jest takie zapotrzebowanie?
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Dostawa jednostki do obsługi oznakowania nawigacyjnego na wodach Zalewu Wiślanego
Data publikacji: 2017-07-10
Data publikacji wyników postępowania: 2017-12-12

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13 grudnia 2017 roku uroczyście podpisano umowę o dofinansowanie projektu „Budowa wielozadaniowego statku ratowniczego dla Morskiej Służby Poszukiwania i Ratownictwa.

Celem przedsięwzięcia jest poprawa bezpieczeństwa w obszarze polskiej strefy SAR. Statek będzie posiadać funkcje poszukiwania i ratowania rozbitków, udzielania im pomocy medycznej, stworzenia ośrodka koordynacyjnego w przypadku masowych akcji ratowniczych, zwalczanie zagrożeń chemicznych na morzu, w tym zagrożeń olejowych, gaszenie pożarów na statkach w celu ratowania życia, a także awaryjny odładunek statku będącego w niebezpieczeństwie, holowania awaryjne i asysta ratownicza.

Umowa została podpisana pomiędzy Centrum Unijnych Projektów Transportowych (CUPT) a Morską Służbą Poszukiwania i Ratownictwa (MSPiR), którego SAR jest beneficjentem.

Całkowity koszt projektu to 280 mln zł w tym wysokość dofinansowania UE 238 mln zł. Projekt będzie trwał 5 lat i 3 miesiące a zakończy się 31 grudnia 2022 roku.
http://www.gospodarkamorska.pl/MW,Sl...townictwa.html
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