Shipyard News
Damen Shipyards is building a Damen Modular Dock (DMD) 4020 for Djibouti. The 50 m x 20 m dry dock  will be used for repair and maintenance of the Djibouti Port Authorities' own fleet and…
Ashley Godwin has joined the Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA) as Senior Defense Advisor. Ms. Godwin will serve as SCA's principal interface with Capitol Hill on issues related to major new construction Navy, Marine Corps…
Jensen Maritime Consultants, a Crowley Maritime company, has been chosen to design one of the world's largest freezer longliner fishing vessels for Alaska fishing company Alaskan Leader Fisheries LLC.The vessel, Northern Leader, will be constructed…
Two leading South Korean shipbuilders announced big orders today related to Liquefied Natural Gas. Hyundai Heavy Industries, the world's biggest shipbuilder, today said that it had won orders worth $1.1 billion for four liquefied natural…
The JHSV (Joint High Speed Vessel) program takes a hit under the FY 2013 Budget proposal sent to Congress by the White House today. At one time, the Navy was planning to acquire 23 of…
The Government of Canada has announced an Atlantic Shipbuilding Action Plan. The plan focuses on maximizing opportunities for firms across the Atlantic region to participate in the $33-billion federal shipbuilding initiative announced late last year.…
The Financial Times is reporting that John Fredriksen "plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in new ships for his latest company, in defiance of market conditions"Mr. Frederiksen told the FT his new company…
A recently released video shows what is believed to be the first ever dual drydocking of U.S. Navy destroyers at BAE Systems Ship Repair in Norfolk, VA. The time-lapsed video of the 19-hour drydocking process…
South Africa's 65 year old DCD-Dorbyl (Pty) Limited has completed a group restructure that includes a name change for Capetown's DCD-Dorbyl Marine, which is now DCD Marine.Whatever the name, the shipyard has built up an…
As of February 1, for the first time in 64 years, it's a Ko and not a McLaren who owns and runs Allied Shipbuilders of North Vancouver, B.C. Situated at the mouth of the Seymour…
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