Navantia launches Suezmax tanker for Ibaizabal Group

Navantia launches Suezmax tanker for Ibaizabal Group

Spanish state-owned shipbuilder Navantia recently launched Monte Urquiola, the third Suezmax oil tanker being built for the Ibaizabal Group. The tanker has a displacement of 164,200 tonnes, a length of 274 metres, a …
Oct 10, 2018 /  Vessels
NSAG joint venture (Navantia Australia and SAGE) wins contract to supply Integrated Platform Management Systems

NSAG joint venture (Navantia Australia and SAGE) wins contract to supply Integrated Platform Management Systems

Navantia and NSAG have signed a $2.8m purchase order which will see NSAG supply the Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS) to the Royal Australian Navy's AOR (Auxiliary Oil Replenishment) ships currently under …
May 26, 2017 /  Naval
World’s first dual-fuel engine for large high-speed vessels presented as part of the GAINN4SHIP INNOVATION Project

World’s first dual-fuel engine for large high-speed vessels presented as part of the GAINN4SHIP INNOVATION Project

Thursday (Oct 27, 2016), in the Navantia facilities in Cartagena (Murcia), an event was held to present the adaptation of a CATERPILLAR 3618 propulsion engine to run on both natural gas (LNG) and diesel. The retrofit was …
Oct 28, 2016 /  Vessels
Navantia Shipyard in Cadiz services cruise ship quartet

Navantia Shipyard in Cadiz services cruise ship quartet

Navantia has announced that four cruise ships are currently being serviced and repaired at its shipyard in Cadiz. TUI Cruises’ Mein Schiff 3 is currently having a new stern transverse propeller installed …
May 3, 2016 /  Cruise
Spanish Navantia Shipbuilder To Construct Four Suezmax Tankers

Spanish Navantia Shipbuilder To Construct Four Suezmax Tankers

Reportedly, for the first time in about 20 years, Spain is to get back into the large tanker building business and is going to be taking a leaf right out of the page of U.S. Jones Act tanker manufacturers for achieving …
Aug 3, 2015 /  Vessels
Indian Government Shortlists 5 Shipyards Regarding USD 10.1-billion Submarine Project

Indian Government Shortlists 5 Shipyards Regarding USD 10.1-billion Submarine Project

The top Indian government committee has managed to select 5 India-based shipyards to compete for an RS 64,000-crore (USD 10.1 billion) project to construct high-tech submarine vessels for the purposes of the …
Jul 13, 2015 /  All
Turkey Places Order For Navantia Design LPD Vessel

Turkey Places Order For Navantia Design LPD Vessel

According to reports the Turkish Undersecretariat for Defense Industries (SSM) has finalized the signing of a $1-billion contract with the biggest private shipyard in Turkey that is Sedef Shipbuilding, Inc. The contract …
May 11, 2015 /  Vessels