HONFLEUR on the move to Poland

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HONFLEUR, the ropax ferry ordered by Brittany Ferries at Flensburger Schiffbau and completed by Fosen Yard in Rissa has been handed over to its owner Siem Industries (Seven Yield Pte Ltd)

The white ferry is expected in Gdynia, Poland for completion.

So far, we don’t know who the operator will be.

Hybridisation of ferry MALANGEN

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Ferry MALANGEN (Torghatten Nord AS ) will be rebuilt at the Fosen Yard
Haf Power Solutions AS will supply the hybrid system.
The suppliers to the hybrid system include Corvus Energy (battery packs), The Switch (frequency converters), ACEL (switchboard) and Høglund Marine Automation.

Fosen Yard Will Continue the Construction of FSG Hull 774

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The ferry that was to become HONFLEUR for Brittany Ferries has left the Flensburg Shipyard on Sunday 25 October.

Tugs SVITZER THOR and CARLO MARTELLO are bringing the unfinished hull n°774 to Norway.

A contract between SIEM and Fosen Yard has been signed for the completion of the vessel.

Brittany Ferries said no to the much delayed HONFLEUR in June, when the problems at Flensburg yard took unhealthy proportions.

It is unclear what the intentions of SIEM are with the LNG-powered newbuilding.

Norwegian Fosen Yard Joins Forces With German Emden Shipyard

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The investment group around Deutsche Industrieanlagen and Patrick Hennings-Huep, previous owner of Nordseewerke Emden Shipyard, and Fosen Yard have entered into an agreement to establish Fosen Nordseewerke GmbH.

The joint company is forming an international shipbuilding group covering the complete value chain from design, engineering, hull construction, outfitting, commissioning and final delivery. The group will able to serve clients in all segments of shipbuilding.

Fosen Yard has a solid reputation in the ro-pax business .

Fosen Nordseewerke will be able to serve customers in the passenger-, offshore- and Naval industry, and build ships based on own concept and designs or customer designs.