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Ro-pax ferry Tallink Megastar (NB1391)

Megastar is powered by three 12-cylinder Wärtsilä 12V50DF and two 6-cylinder Wärtsilä 6L50DF four-stroke dual-fuel generating sets. While capable of running on marine diesel oil (MDO), the engines will primarily use liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel. This reduces both sulphur oxide (SOx) and nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions, and allows the vessel to comply with IMO Tier III emission limits as well as the additional restrictions of the Baltic Sea Sulphur Emission Control Area. The gas fuel is stored in two 300 m3 (11,000 cu ft) cryogenic storage tanks which, unlike in the previous LNG-fueled cruiseferry Viking Grace, are located inside the hull of the vessel, below the main deck. The propulsion system is diesel-electric, meaning that instead of being mechanically coupled to the twin propeller shafts, the main engines form a power plant which produces electricity for all electrical consumers ranging from propulsion motors to auxiliary systems and hotel functions. This allows starting and stopping engines depending on power demand and improves the fuel efficiency as the engines can run at their nominal power.The service speed of the vessel is 27 knots (50 km/h; 31 mph).   TECHNICAL INFORMATION: 

  • Type: Ro-pax ferry
  • Tonnage: 49,000 GT
  • Length: 212 m (696 ft)
  • Ice class: 1A[4]
  • Installed power: 3 × Wärtsilä 12V50DF, 2 × Wärtsilä 6L50DF
  • Propulsion: Diesel-electric; two shafts
  • Speed: 27 knots (50 km/h; 31 mph)
  • Capacity: 2,800 passengers

 Project work:

  • hull detail design: model, drawings, nesting in Aveva Marine 12.1

 

Multifunctional icebreaking supply vessels project 21900M

Назначение судна  - работа в качестве линейного ледокола при обеспечении высокой маневренности и ледопроходимости (обеспечивается непрерывное движение во льдах при толщине льда до 1,5 м);  - буксировка судов и других плавучих сооружений во льдах и на чистой воде;  - оказание помощи судам и выполнение аварийно-спасательных работ в ледовых условиях и на чистой воде;  - доставка необходимого оборудования и участие в проведении операций по ликвидации разливов нефти с использованием имеющегося на борту оборудова

Technical information:

  • Classification  KM Icebreaker6 [2] AUT1-ICS FF2 EPP ECO BWM HELIDECK Special purpose ship;
  • Length  119,4 m
  • Breadth  27,5 m
  • Draught 8,5 m
  • Propulsion 17,4 MW
  • Speed (clear water) 17 knots.

Project work:

  • hull detail design: model, drawings, nesting in Aveva Marine 12.0
  • machinery detail design: model, drawings in Aveva Marine 12.0

Fisheries Research vessel (NB-1378)

Fisheries Research vessel (NB-1378)

The modern and innovative research vessel is specifically designed for the purposes of Namibian fisheries research. The vessel meets the latest standards set for this type of vessels requiring particularly special care in the design of laboratory equipment, propulsion and power generation system. The vessel has also very high overall technical standards and special attention has been given to the vessel's serviceability and low maintenance costs.

Furthermore, the ship features a dynamic positioning system and it is operational in any African sea and weather condition in all seasons with no restrictions. This versatile specialized vessel will be approximately 62 meters long and will provide accommodation for 44 crew members and research personnel.

Technical information:

  • Length overall:    62.4 m
  • Breadth:    14.3 m
  • Draught:    4.5 m
  • Speed:    15 knots

Project work:

  • hull detail design: model, drawings, nesting in Aveva Marine 12.0

Multipurpose emergency and rescue vessel (NB-508)

Multipurpose emergency and rescue vessel (NB-508)

NB-508 is an icebreaking multipurpose emergency and rescue vessel that is being built for Russian Ministry of Transport. The contract has been awarded together with Shipyard Yantar JSC, which belongs to the United Shipbuilding Corporation. The vessel will be delivered to the customer in December 2013.

The hull of the vessel is being built by Shipyard Yantar, which is one of the shipyards belonging to United Shipbuilding Corporation, the Russian part owner of Arctech. The outfitting and finalizing of the vessel will be done by Arctech in Helsinki.

This new and unique multipurpose emergency and rescue icebreaker represents a completely new type of oil spill combat technology. The design of the vessel is based on ARC 100 concept, which has been developed by Aker Arctic Technology for Arctech Helsinki Shipyard. The vessel features a patented oblique design with asymmetric hull and three azimuthing propulsors, which allow the vessel to operate efficiently ahead, astern and obliquely (sideways). The vessel can proceed on a continuous mode in 1.0 m thick level ice both ahead and astern and in oblique mode she will be able to generate 50 m wide channel in 0.6 m level ice.

Technical information:

  • Delivery : 2013
  • Length : 76,4 m
  • Breadth : 20,5 m
  • Propulsion: 7 MW
  • Classification :  RMRS

Project work:

  • machinery detail design: model, drawings in Tribon M3

Multifunctional icebreaking supply vessels "Vitus Bering" (NB-506)

Multifunctional icebreaking supply vessels (NB-506)

Arctech received an order for new multifunctional icebreaking supply vessels from the Russian shipping giant Sovcomflot. The vessels are build for Sakhalin-1 Arkutun-Dagi gas field, where they will be used as supply vessels for Exxon Neftegas Limited’s platform.

The main purpose for these vessels is to supply the gas production platform and to protect it from the ice. The icebreaking capability of the vessels is extremely high, they are able to operate independently in 1.7 meter thick ice. The production for hull block fabrication took place in Vyborg Shipyard 6 July 2011. The vessels will be delivered in spring 2013.

Technical information:

  • Delivery : 2012
  • Length : 99.9m
  • Breadth : 21.2m
  • Propulsion: 13MW azimuth

Project work:

  • machinery detail design: model, drawings in Aveva Tribon M3

TUI Cruises (NB-1383)

TUI Cruises (NB-1383)

The Cruise ship will be 294 meters long and 36 meters wide. The ship will have 1,250 staterooms and 2,500 lower beds for passengers and a crew of  about 1,000 persons. High balcony ratio will ensure that most of the passengers will have a possibility to enjoy their own balconies during the cruise.
 
The ship has a wide variety of restaurants, a theatre, a spa, a nightclub and a large deck area which all are carefully designed to ensure a unique cruising experience for passengers of all ages.
 
The ship will be delivered from the STX Finland Turku shipyard during spring 2014.

Technical information:

  • Length:    294 m
  • Breadth:    36 m
  • Draught:    8 m
  • Passenger Cabins:    1250
  • Passengers:    2500
  • Crew:    1000
  • Speed:    21 knots

Project work:

  • hull detail design: model, drawings, nesting in Aveva Marine 12.1

Multi-purpose open deck cargo carrier Aura II (NB-1379)

The Multifunctional vessel is an ice classed open deck carrier intended for transporting demanding project cargo, such as offshore wind farm structures and for transporting containers and bulk cargo such as energy wood in the Baltic Sea region. The Aker Arctic DASTM vessel is able to operate bow and stern ahead in ice conditions that are similar to Finnish-Swedish Ice Class 1 A notation.

The vessel is equipped with diesel electric machinery and propelled by an electric motor driven propulsion consisting of two converter controlled electric motors both driving an azimuthing propulsion unit. The main diesel generators can be driven by MDO, HFO and LBF in addition. In the fore ship, Two electrically driven thruster units are mounted to provide safe manouvering in all conditions.

Technical information:

  • Length overall:    105.4 m
  • Breadth:    18.8 m
  • Draught:    4.0 m
  • Speed:    12.5 knots

Project work:

  • hull detail design: model, drawings, nesting in Aveva Marine 12.0

M/S Viking Grace (NB 1376)

M/S Viking Grace will be delivered from STX Finland Turku shipyard on January 2013. It will operate between Finland and Sweden. The new cruise ferry will be the world's most environmentally friendly big passenger ship. The vessel uses LNG as fuel and she generates no marine emissions. Her emissions to air are extremely low.
 
The vessel has been specially designed to operate in the delicate and shallow waters of the Finnish and Swedish archipelago. The wave making and noise emissions have  been minimized. The key driver in the development of the general arrangement was to enhance the archipelago experience for the passengers. The ship will provide sophisticated environment with spectacular scenery for the passengers on her uppermost decks.

Technical information:

  • Length:    214.0 m
  • Breadth:    31.8 m
  • Passenger Cabins:    880
  • Passengers:    2800
  • Crew:    200
  • Speed:    22 knots
  • Lane Metres:    1275 + 500 + 500

Project work:

  • hull detail design: model, drawings, nesting in Aveva Marine 12.0
  • machinery detail design: model, drawings in Cadmatic

Universal nuclear icebreaker (project 22220)

TECHNICAL INFORMATION:

  • Length  170.0m
  • Breadth 33,0m
  • Height 15,2m
  • Draught 10,5m
  • Deadweight 33600t

Project work:

  • machinery detail design: model in Tribon M3

Floating nuclear power plant (project 20870)

ПАТЭС проекта 20870 с реакторными установками КЛТ-40С

TECHNICAL INFORMATION:

  • Length 140m.
  • Breadth 30m
  • Height 10m.
  • Draught 5.6m
  • Deadweight 21000t.

Project work:

  • machinery detail design: model, drawings in Tribon M3

Builders:    Baltic Shipyard
Operators:    Rosatom

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