Nauta Shiprepair Yard has increased its production potential. The new facilities include:
a) Dry dock SD I (240 m x 40 m) together with Southern Quay in Gdynia.
b) Slipways B1 (280 m x 36 m)and B 3 (177 m x 28.7) in Gdańsk
The largest vessel ever in the history of Nauta Shiprepair Yard entered the SD II dry dock on 13th November 2013.
The 277 meter long and 46 meter wide shuttle tanker MT Grena, belonging to the Norwegian shipowner, shall undergo coating, piping, steel renewal, machine and electrical works.
On 29th October 2013 Nauta Shiprepair Yard signed a contract for construction and delivery of a new research vessel for the University of Gothenburg.
Nauta Shiprepair Yard together with other entities of Mars Shipyards & Offshore group took part in Europort 2013 international maritime exhibition.
The event took place on 5th – 8th November, 2013 at the Ahoy exhibition complex in Rotterdam.
Nauta Yard has recorded busy first days of November. Among the vessels docked in two dry docks and four floating docks were: 249 m long MT Propontis, MT Marlin Iris and Ro-Pax m/v Stena Alegra.
On September 23rd, 2013 the Minister of Treasury, Mr. Włodzimierz Karpiński paid visit to Nauta Shiprepair Yard.
During the visit of the Nauta facilities in Gdynia and Gdańsk the perspectives of further development of our yard were discussed.
On 20th September 2013 Nauta Shiprepair Yard, Crist and EPG hosted Mr. Kommer Damen, the Chairman and the owner of Damen Shipyards Group.
During the visit the areas of possible co-operation between the yards were discussed.
Mr. Mohamed El Hacen El Hadj the President of the Senate of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania paid visit to Nauta Shiprepair Yard on September 17th, 2013. The Mauritanian delegation was provided with information regarding both the Nauta Shiprepair Yard’s infrastructure and the infrastructure of other entities conducting their activity at the Gdynia shipbuilding complex.
Nauta has signed two contract for major conversions of the vessels.
The first contract has been signed with a Norwegian client and is connected with the lengthening and fitting some of the elements of the new equipment on board subsea vessel Havila Phoenix.