The LE COMMANDANT CHARCOT departing from Le Havre
Above 3 Photos: Fabien Montreuil ©
PS> Hurtigruten has two newbuilt and three converted Hybrid (Battery-Diesel) Polar Expedition ships, but not with as high ARC rating,
“Polar Class” or “ice class”, not “ARC rating”
ice protection classification Arc7, which means that the ship can sail in ice of a thickness of up to 1.7 metres,
Arc7 is one of RMRS’s numerous ice class notations (Ice1…3, Arc4…9, Icebreaker6…9). I doubt the Norwegian ships you mentioned are built to Russian class.
I did not imply that Hurtigruten use Russian Classification Society for their ships, only comparing to the ARC class for comparison of ice capabilities.
(Not uncommon these days)
What is not needed is more “Bean counters” in shipping:
The Japanese are coming to a gulf near you:
LNG-FSRU Transgas Force has been named and is getting ready for delivery five months ahead of scheduled delivery date:
More orders for LNG Carriers bring more orders for GTT membrane containment systems:
GTT NO96 systems:
A new Jones Act compliant LNG bunking vessel, built by Italian owned U.S. shipyard Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding and equipped with a complete [LNG cargo storage and handling system delivered by the Finnish technology group Wärtsilä:
PS> Tug comes extra.
NYK Delivers New LNG Carrier LNG Endurance to TotalEnergies:
Zvezda cuts steel for new Arctic LNG 2 carrier:
Samsung Heavy wins W240b LNG ship order in Latin America:
The STS operations are conducted by this vessel:
Will the LNG come from USA??