On 10th November Nauta completed works on board chemical/crude oil carrier MT GRAN COUVA of South Korean owner – CIDO Shipping Co.
The vessel with LOA 183 m and beam of 32m underwent her 2nd SS. The works including coating works, steel works and standard overhauls of deck machinery and equipment. The vessel was built in 2008.
Nauta’s Newbuilding Division has launched yet another vessel this year. On 26th October a partly outfitted fishing vessel bearing the name “SCOMBRUS” left the B-3 slipway in Gdansk.
Nauta Shiprepair Yard, being a member of specially formed consortium, is actively taking part in design and constructing process of a single search and rescue vessel (code name “Ratownik”) which is to be delivered to the Polish Navy.
On 11th October, 2018 Nauta completed transportation of inserts lengthening two sister trawlers m/v THORIR SF-77 and m/v SKINNEY SF-20. (dimensions before conversion: Loa: 28.95 m / B: 9.20 m)
Nauta’s Newbuilding Division has launched yet another vessel this year. On 14th September a partly outfitted fishing vessel bearing a name „RAV” left the B-1 slipway in Gdansk.
End of August is exceptionally busy time for Nauta Shiprepair Yard. In the last week of August repair/conversion works were maintained on 20 vessels - including container carriers m/v Alexander B and m/v Viona, chemical /oil carriers - MT Torm Atlantic and MT Songa Pearl and numerous general cargo vessel, namely m/v Wilson Weser, m/v Wilson Husum, m/v ESL Africa, m/v Wilson Ross, m/v Wilson Harrier, m/v Wilson Aveiro and m/v Arklow Muse.
Works were also maintained in range of our newbuilding and defence program.
On 4 - 7 September 2018 Nauta Shiprepair Yard shall be present at SMM - the world's leading trade fair for the maritime industry held in Hamburg and at the same time in Kielce at the MSPO - 26th International Defence Industry Exhibition - the largest defence fair in this part of Europe
You are kindly invited to visit our stands.
On 17th August naming ceremony was held in Nauta Yard in Gdynia. Ocean Star is a new vessel built for Scottish shipowner – Mewstead (Fraserburgh) LLP. Ms Chloe Tait and Ms Rebecca West became godmothers of this significant ship.