Two New Cruise RoPax Ferries for Fjordline A/S
At present, OSK-ShipTech A/S is providing consultancy assistance to Fjordline A/S in connection with Fjordline's newbuilding project at Fosen Yard in Norway. The two almost identical ships, which will combine speed with luxury, are intended for daily service on the routes between Langesund and Hirtshals and between Bergen, Stavanger and Hirtshals.
Samsø ferry, Princess Isabella
is based on modern hybrid technology and proves to show the environmental benefit of cooperation between ship and shore (biogas production).
The LNG-powered Samsø-ferry designed by OSK-ShipTech was rewarded during The Danish Maritime Fair 2015, as a great example of how to think innovative ship design in relation to the local environment and infrastructure.
SMYRIL, Newbuilding No. 399 Izar / Navantia, Puerto Real, Spain
The christening of the ferry “Smyril” for Stranfaraskip Landsins took place on 24th September 2005, and the Prime Minister of the Faroe Islands attended. The ferry is specially designed to operate in harsh weather with temperatures of minus 20º C, strong winds and high waves as well as to enter ports of poor accessibility.
MOBY AKI, Newbuilding No. 6116 from Fincantieri, Ancona, Italy
In May 2005, Moby Lines accepted delivery from Fincantieri Ancona, Italy of newbuilding No. 6116, the Cruise ferry MOBY AKI. OSK-ShipTech A/S has been responsible for plan approval, and represented the owner at technical meetings throughout the building process. Furthermore, OSK-ShipTech A/S participated in the sea trials and followed the newbuilding all the way from idea to delivery. OSK-ShipTech A/S continues to provide ad hoc technical assistance to the owners in connection with refurbishment and upgrade.
Moby Lines took over the PRINCE OF SCANDINAVIA from DFDS in 2003 and renamed her MOBY DREA. The vessel has since undergone a major renovation at Mariotti Shipyard in Genoa. The rebuilding work comprised installation of a complete new car deck, rebuilding of passenger areas and upgrading of cabins. In addition, the tax-free areas were also rebuilt.
MOBY TOMMY was built at Samsung, Korea in 2002 as ”Ariadne Palace” for Minoan Lines, and was acquired by Moby Lines in 2006. OSK-ShipTech A/S has provided regular consultancy assistance to the owners in connection with refurbishment and upgrade of the vessel.
Harbour Bus: HOLMEN and BRYGGEN
Public transport company HT Copenhagen purchased the two vessels which were designed and built at Westers Mekaniska AB, Sweden as newbuildings No. 73 and 74. The vessels were commissioned as harbour busses for the Port of Copenhagen in June 2000 to be operated by Arriva Danmark.
Ro-Ro Ferry "VESBORG"
The vessel was designed as a Ro-Ro ferry to serve the route from Hou to Samsø and was built at Ørskov Stålskibsværft Frederikshavn in 1994 as newbuilding No. 202.
Ro-Ro Ferry "KYHOLM"
The vessel was designed as a Ro-Ro ferry to serve the route from Hou to Samsø and was built at Ørskov Stålskibsværft Frederikshavn in 1996 as newbuilding No. 205.
Passenger Vessel for the River Liffey, Dublin
The vessel "Spirit of Docklands" is a 52 seat and low profile boat built at Westers Mekaniska AB in Sweden. It is 16.8 metres long, 5.6 metres wide and 1.15 metres deep and is capable of travelling at 7.5 knots.