The 83,0 metres vessel has a beam of 19,4 metres, and will be operating for DONG Energy, a focused energy company with a strong renewables profile. The SOV is well equipped with Dynamic Motion Compensated Gangway System along with unique on-board logistic solutions and great accommodation facilities. Salt Ship Design will deliver a complete design and engineering package for the new SOV.
LDA is expanding their services and fleet for the renewables industry, and their key personnel have been working closely with Salt for a long time to develop a vessel tailored for the industry needs – in particular focusing on enhanced operability and efficient logistics. This has resulted in a very purpose driven SOV – and adding the quality focused mind set of LDA into the vessel design, she will become a unique vessel in her segment.
This contract represents an important milestone for Salt, and we are very pleased to enter the Offshore Wind Farm segment with such a great client and a quality vessel. The growing renewables industry represents an increasingly important market for Salt.
About Louis Dreyfus Armateurs
Louis Dreyfus Armateurs Group is a French family Group engaged in maritime transportation and services and the company was founded more than 160 years ago. LDA is a fully integrated ship owner offering a worldwide presence with around 1,600 seagoing and office-based personnel.
Salt Ship Design is an independent ship design company specialized in Offshore and Special Vessels. The headquarter is located at Stord, Norway. Salt Ship Design is acknowledged for its strong drive to optimize ship performance. The pride and recognition is linked to successful sailing vessels.
For additional information
Arne Stenersen, email@example.com, cell phone +47 911 61328
Marine Harvest ASA and Deep Sea Supply AS has recently entered into a Joint Venture to build, own and operate a range of fish farming vessels. This shipbuilding contract is one of the first investments resulting from this cooperation. Marine Harvest is a world-wide pioneer using On-site Harvesting Vessels as an alternative to traditional Live Fish Carriers. The concept is in many ways unique – in particular it will significantly increase the efficiency and bring down the cost related to transportation of fish from the fish farms to onshore processing plant.
The new vessel is 59,2m long and has a beam of 13,6m. She is designed to harvest and transport more than 400 tons of fish, and is equipped with a stun and bleed plant with a capacity of 100 tons per hour. The vessel combines new technologies and purpose made design solutions to significantly enhance fish welfare, hygiene, quality and environmental aspects. The vessel is also designed for shore connection during unloading and cleaning operations.
At Salt, we are very pleased that a global leader like Marine Harvest chose Salt as a partner to develop the first ever purpose made processing vessel of its kind. For our designers, it has been very exciting to cooperate so closely with a team of experts with such superior fish farming expertise. The result is a very environmentally friendly, modern and efficient vessel.
This represents a very important contract, which adds to an already healthy order book. Salt has currently 13 vessel designs under construction at Norwegian and foreign shipyards. Unlike the current offshore market, fisheries and fish farming are doing very well and these segments represents an increasingly important market for Salt.
For additional information
Arne Stenersen, firstname.lastname@example.org, cell phone +47 91 16 13 28
The 90,5 metres fishing vessel has a beam of 17,8 metres and a carrying capacity of 3600 cum in RSW tanks. Gitte Henning is extremely well equipped with RSW cooling capacity of approx. 4000 kW. The vessel can operate in full diesel electrical mode, in diesel mechanical mode or in a combined hybrid mode. Totally 7720 kW on a 5 metres propeller gives a bollard pull of more than 130 tonnes.
We are very pleased with a new contract so quickly after Salt in September this year signed its first contract in fisheries. Being assigned another large fishing vessel less than two months later is more than we expected, says Egil Sandvik at Salt Ship Design. Salt Ship Design will deliver a complete design and engineering package for the new fishing vessel.
Henning Kjeldsen has been working closely with Salt for several months to develop a vessel tailored for his quotas and the areas where the vessel will operate. This has resulted in a very effective, green and modern fishing vessel – and being more than 90 meters long she will become a giant in her segment.
This represents a very important contract, which adds to an already good order book. Salt has currently 16 vessel designs under construction at Norwegian and foreign shipyards. Unlike the current offshore market, fisheries and fish farming are doing very well and these segments represents an increasingly important market for Salt.
For additional information;
Egil Sandvik, email@example.com, cell phone +47 90 85 57 26
Salt Ship Design has worked closely with ABB and Kleven for quite some time on the development of the new SALT 306 Cable Lay Vessel. Also involving MAATS Tech who is responsible for the integration of the cable lay mission equipment in the design development, has resulted in a very comprehensive and fit for purpose design.
At Salt, we are proud and very pleased that ABB chose Salt Ship Design as a partner when they developed their highly specialized vessel. It is a great recognition of the work our employees do and our ability to develop winning designs together with leading industry players.
Salt Ship Design will deliver a complete design and engineering package for the new vessel.
The 86,4 metres fishing vessel has a beam of 17,8 metres., and will be delivered from the shipyard in August 2017. Salt Ship Design will deliver a complete design and engineering package for the new fishing vessel.
Voyager Fishing Company has been working closely with Salt for more than six months to develop a vessel tailored for their quotas and the areas where the vessel will operate. This has resulted in a very effective and modern fishing vessel with a loading capacity of more than 3200 cum.
Since the start of Salt in 2012, most of the projects have been within the offshore segment. This contract represents an important milestone for Salt, and we are very pleased to enter the fishery segment. Unlike the current offshore market, fisheries and fish farming are doing very well and these segments represent an increasingly important market for Salt.
The new SALT 304 vessel has been designed in close cooperation between Salt Ship Design, Østensjø Rederi and DeepOcean.
The new construction vessel has a width of 27 meters and 2300 square meters of total deck space. The vessel is specially designed to suit the Greater North Sea market and is equipped with a 150 tons dual tensioner vertical lay system located in the moon pool, a 3000 tons carousel below deck and a 400 tons active heave compensated (AHC) knuckle boom main crane that can lift 600 tons in double fall mode.
Total accommodation capacity of the vessel is 140 persons.
Ocean Dolphin was delivered from Cemre shipyard in Turkey on 11 August. The Ocean Dolphin is a purpose built, high capacity seismic support vessel, developed in cooperation by Salt and Vestland Offshore.
The vessel is the first of two seismic support vessels ordered by Norfield back in December 2013.
The Bureau Veritas-classed SVV has a length of 69,8 meters a width of 17 meters and it can accommodate up to 60 persons.
The SALT 450 SSV design has a HFO/MDO cargo capacity of 2,000m3, working deck area of 500m2, and a bollard pull of 55 tonnes.
Toisa has a strong OSV fleet, and these vessels are following their commitment to expand the fleet for ROV support vessels. Salt Ship Design has been working closely with Sealion/Toisa for quite some time to customize the design to their requirements. Delivery of the vessels will take place in 2017.
Sealion Shipping Ltd is a privately-owned, international ship-management company with headquarters in Farnham, Surrey. Sealion is the fleet manager and operator for Toisa Ltd. The primary focus is the Oil and Gas Industry and other marine-related industries requiring DP vessel-based work platforms. These include, amongst others, wind farm equipment installation and maintenance, cable lay and repair, accommodation support and heavy lift capability.
The vessel represents extraordinary innovative design solutions in propulsion and cargo handling. There are many new designs claiming to be unique, however Juanita is really unlike any other of this type of vessel. The SALT 100 PSV has a completely new type of propulsion system – and a cargo handling system that enables the transport of large quantities of chemicals, which are increasingly important for oil companies. Although Juanita at first eye looks like other Platform Supply Vessels, the vessel distinguishes considerably below the waterline, with two counter rotating propellers individually controlled by permanent magnet motors, and a particularly flexible cargo handling, says the jury.
Juanita has been in operation for Statoil since delivery from Kleven yard in May 2014.
Frontpage photo: Magne Langåker
Edda Accommodation, operated by Østensjø Rederi, has placed an order for a new mono hull accommodation vessel, plus one optional vessel, at Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. By placing this order Edda Accommodation is expanding the commercial and technical success of its existing accommodation vessel, Edda Fides.
– The propulsion concept is now being introduced for vessel types in need of bollard pull, e.g Anchor Handling vessels, Seismic vessels and Trawlers. Combining the contra rotating propellers with a tailored nozzle leads to significantly higher bollard pull – or the nominal bollard pull can be maintained with less installed power.
– A new propulsion system optimised for vessels with an operational profile of mainly transit will be delivered to the Platform Supply Vessel SALT 100 PSV currently being built at Kleven for Ugland Offshore AS. Extensive basin testing has been carried out for SALT 100 PSV and comparing two aft ships with associated propulsion systems have demonstrated huge savings for this type of offshore vessels in various operations and loading conditions. Normally, innovations in design improves efficiency in certain conditions, however the new propulsion concept has proven in percentage double digit savings for the full range of operations where energy efficiency counts , says Sales Director Tor Henning Vestbøstad in Salt Ship Design AS.
– The contra rotating propulsion system is controlled independently in a dual shaft line by two high efficient permanent magnet motors. Contra rotating propellers are in their nature more efficient than similar single propellers. Motors directly connected to the propellers gives fewer components, and improved energy conversion make the solution more efficient and safer compared to the benchmark in the marine industry. Ultimately, we see real benefits in significantly better efficiency related to higher bollard pull, lower fuel consumption and reduced emissions of greenhouse gases, says Managing Director Kristian Sætre in Scana Propulsion AS.http://www.skipsrevyen.no/nyheter/136771.html
These vessels are following Maersk plan for fleet renewal and Salt Ship Design has been working closely with Maersk for quite some time to develop the new Anchor Handler design. Delivery of the first vessel will take place the last quarter 2016.
Maersk Supply Service, a part of the shipping and oil and gas giant Maersk, is a leading provider of global offshore marine services. The company serves the offshore industry with a fleet of over 60 vessels worldwide.
Read more at www.kleven.no
SALT 100 is a ultra modern design comprising several unique features, and is tailored to meet the latest rquirements from major operators and oil companies.
SALT 100 combines innovations in design and technology to achieve improvements in energy efficiency, robust design and more efficient operation. The vessel has significantly lower fuel consumption, and is the first of its kind to adopt a new and more efficient solution for cargo handling.
– We do appreciate that Ugland have confidence in our designs, says Tor Henning Vestbøstad, Sales Director at Salt Ship Design. – It has been an exciting collaboration that has resulted in a very modern and efficient vessel.