WARTSILA VASA 8R22 HF-C 975KWModel: 8R22 HF-C
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Wartsila Misses Earnings Expectations; Eyes Rolls-Royce
Finnish ship technology and power plant maker Wartsila missed first-quarter earnings expectations on Tuesday and said geopolitical uncertainty was slowing demand in the marine market. In a phone interview following the quarterly report…
Scrubbers 'No Silver Bullet' for Shipping -Wartsila
Global shipping fleet must cut sulfur emissions by 2020. Wartsila received record orders for sulfur scrubbers last year. Shipping industry hopes that so-called sulfur scrubbers are a quick-fix solution…
Wartsila Submits Aquarius BWMS for US Type Approval
Wärtsilä has submitted its Aquarius Electro-Chlorination (EC) Ballast Water Management System (BWMS) for U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Type Approval (TA) after successfully completing all the testing procedures required.
Intermarine UK Ramps up Portland Port Operations
Maritime engineering company Intermarine UK is ramping up operations at its new 2,400sqm fabrication and welding facility at Portland Port in Dorset, U.K. after taking delivery of £450,000 of new machinery.
Ferry Vessel Dagestan Completes Modernization
The vessel "Dagestan" with a length of 154.5 and a width of 18.3 meters was built in 1984 in Pula, the former Yugoslavia (currently Croatia). It was decided to repair and upgrade the ferry "Dagestan", withdrawn from operations 5 years ago.
West Coast Ferry Industry at All-Time High
In terms of new deliveries, the West Coast ferry industry will probably not see another period to match the past 18 months for some time. All three of the large government-operated ferry systems in the Pacific Northwest - Washington State…
Virtual Yard = Real Business
As a fitting recognition of Poland's evolving shipbuilding tradition and solid, maritime technical skills, a development dubbed the 'virtual shipyard' has been established in Gdansk by Det Norske Veritas (DNV).
Wärtsilä To Power Grimaldi Ferries
Contracted by Nuovi Cantieri Apuania SpA in Marina Di Carrara, Italy, another pair of luxury cruise ferries for the Italian-based Grimaldi group is to be powered by Wärtsilä NSD Corp. The vessels will…
A broader-based payback from R&D
Consolidation in the diesel engine building sector is partly a reflection of the substantial capital expenditure required to maintain product development and technological advance in a business characterized by comparatively low unit margins.
Transocean Repowering Project
An innovative rig repowering collaborative between Wartsila NSD and Houston Ship Repair, Inc. was recently completed in the U.S. Gulf, involving the installation of new gensets on Semisubmersible Drilling…
CIMAC Panel Held At ASME
A CIMAC Panel discussion was conducted at the ASME Turbo Expo Land, Sea & Air 2000 in Munich on May 10. Titled, "Diesel Engines vs. Gas Turbine Engines up to 300 MW," the topic was discussed by a panel of four chaired by Mark McNeely…
Wärtsilä Posts 1Q Loss, But Outlook For Year Good
Wärtsilä posted a first-quarter loss, hit by restructuring charges, but said it expected full-year results at its key power divisions to reach last year's level. Wärtsilä reported a January-March loss…
KMY Delivers Carnival Pride
MS Carnival Pride, newbuilding no. 500, was delivered to Carnival Corporation at the Kaverner Masa-Yards’ Helsinki shipyard. Carnival Pride is the third cruise ship in a series of new Panama-Max size cruise…
Seville Delivers RoPax Ferry
Seville has delivered the largest RoPax ferry ever sailing under Spanish flag to its owner, Trasmediterranea. IZAR's Seville yard delivered the vessel on March 14, yard number 291, the 6,900 dwt RoPax Murillo…
Wartsila Awarded Contract
shipyard Chantiers de l'Atlantique. Due for delivery in 2004, this newbuilding is breaking away from traditional practices in the propulsion of LNG (liquefied natural gas) carriers. It will be the first…
Conoco Leading the Way for Gulf of Mexico Shuttle Tankers
Seahorse Shuttling and Technology LLC, a wholly owned entity of Conoco, has completed the functional design of a new tanker for shuttling crude oil from the deepwater Gulf of Mexico to shore. double-hulled…
RINA Backs Emission Cruise Ship Project
society RINA on July 5. The project aims to provide the basis for a "safe and almost zero emission" cruise ship or ferry. Model Basin. According to Fincantieri, coordinator of the project, "SAFENVSHIP…
Recent Wärtsilä Four-Stroke Engine Developments
Wärtsilä has focused its technological developments in this realm on three main areas: Common-rail fuel injection for heavy-fuel engines; Humidification methods for reduction of NOx; and Dual-fuel engines with micro pilot.
UFRJ Wins International Student Offshore Design Competition
The entry was one of eight projects submitted by students from universities around the world. The UFRJ team was honored with a cash prize of $1,500 and the opportunity to present the “Maracanã” floating…
Industry Pays Tribute to Innovation Awards Winners
Winners of the Lloyd’s List-SMM 2002 Awards for innovation in shipbuilding and marine technology were announced in the Hamburg Congress Centre last night (September 24) at a gala ceremony which brought…
Carnival, RINA Test Emission-Reduction Technology
Carnival Corporation's Holland America (HAL) ship, the Veendam. within a common R&D project. fuel to create micro-droplets of emulsified fuel. Two pilot units were built and retrofitted on board Veendam.
Feature: Staying the Course
Torch Offshore LLC is a Gretna, La-based integrated offshore contractor whose niche market is the installation of small diameter flow lines and related infrastructure on the Continental Shelf in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM).
Q&A with Wärtsilä CTO Matti Kleimola
Prof. Matti Kleimola, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Wärtsilä Corporation, was recently elected as President of CIMAC. He is a member of Wärtsilä Board of Management, Technology and Environment, and Head of Corporate Technology, including R&D.
Wärtsilä Releases New Medium-Speed Standard for the Future
The Wärtsilä 46F is the latest in the highly successful marine engine series launched in 1987 with the Vasa 46, as it was then called. Though visually similar to the original Wärtsilä 46, with similar bore and stroke…