We wish all our Business Partners, Friends and all the Seafarers around the world a Merry Christmas and the New Year full of success!
Container Master is a new project at EXPERYMENT Science Centre in Gdynia Container Master – new project at EXPERYMENT Science Centre in Gdynia On 7th October youngsters from our region received a new science project. Port Gdynia Container Master simulator was created thanks to co-operation of Port Gdynia, Nauta Shiprepair Yard and EXPERYMENT Science Centre. […]
On 6th October, 2022 minesweeper ORP NAKŁO (640) of Polish Navy entered Nauta Shiprepair Yard for major repair (including docking). It is worth adding that up to 80% of the systems and equipment of the vessels shall be modernised.
The Center for Security and Defense Technology of Gdansk University of Technology and Nauta Shiprepair Yard entered into an agreement for the close co-operation between both entities. Its signing is a further step of the broad long lasting partnership in respect of the defense project for the Polish Navy. The agreement was signed on 21st […]
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our business partners and friends for visiting our stand during this year’s 30th edition of SMM and giving us a chance to discuss the extensive range of services our yard can offer. The 30th edition of SMM was a special event gathering 2,000 exhibitors and […]
Heavy traffic continues at the facilities of Nauta. Please find our latest aerial photos showing our busy docks and wharfs.
On 24th June, 2022 Nauta Shiprepair Yard, being the part of a consortium comprising Polish Armament Group and PGZ Naval Shipyard entered into a contract for the major repair (including docking) of three mine sweepers of project 207. Nauta will execute works on board ORP NAKŁO (640) and the works shall include installation of new […]
Nauta Shiprepair Yard kindly invites you to visit our stand during Posidonia 2022 International Shipping Exhibition which will take place between 6th and 10th June, 2022 at the Metropolitan Expo Center, Athens, Greece.
JAEGER ARROW (IMO: 9215347) is a 171.40 m long and 24.80 m wide combined bulk carrier used to transport bulk cargo, metal ores and liquid cargo,built in 2001 and sailing under the flag of Bahamas. She left Nauta after intensive afloat repairs.
CSL ELBE (IMO: 8001024) is a 117.7 m long and 20.54 m wide Self Discharging Bulk Carrier built in 1982 and sailing under the flag of Malta. She left Nauta after class survey and installation of the BWTS system. Apart of that repair works have been performed on the self unloading system.