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Boluda Towage expands operations in the Baltic with towing service in German port of Rostock

This September, through its Northern European subsidiary Boluda Towage Europe, the Boluda Corporación Marítima international towing division Boluda Towage has commenced towing operations in Rostock, the most important German port in the Baltic …
Sep 16, 2021 / Vessels

Boluda Towage Starts Towing Operations In Rostock, Germany

With effect from September 2021, Boluda Towage commenced towage activities in the port of Rostock, Germany. Caption: Boluda’s tug ‘VB Bremen’, a Voith-Schneider driven harbour and seagoing tug with 60 tonnes bollard pull, welcomed and escorted the …
Sep 9, 2021 / Curious

Next-generation offshore installation vessel ‘Orion’ fuelled for the first time with LNG

In only the second ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation to take place in Germany, the world’s largest LNG bunker vessel ‘Kairos’, operated by Nauticor, has supplied DEME’s next generation offshore installation vessel ‘Orion’. For the Port of Rostock, …
Jan 23, 2020 / Vessels

Stena Line invests 5 MEUR in modernising the Trelleborg - Rostock route

The route between Rostock and Trelleborg have had an impressive growth during the last three years and in 2019 more than 400 000 guests will travel on the route. To ensure a great travel and onboard experience in the future Stena Line now invests 5 …
Dec 18, 2019 / Vessels

Nauticor’s Kairos received the first LNG bunker license in the Port of Rostock

At the beginning of December 2019, “Kairos”, the world’s largest bunker supply vessel (BSV) for liquefied natural gas (LNG), received the first license to conduct LNG ship-to-ship bunkering operations in the port of Rostock. The long-term permit was …
Dec 13, 2019 / Curious

Stena Line installs Japanese sleeping pods

In line with the continuous efforts to develop attractive and ground-breaking products and services to customers, Stena Line has installed Japanese sleeping pods on its Mecklenburg-Vorpommer and Skane vessels, operating between Rostock in Germany and …
Mar 25, 2019 / Vessels