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EXPLORER YACHT & CRUISE

Marin Teknikk design and develope Explorer Yacht & Cruise projects directly towards clients and customers. Read on:

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CONTACT

Tel: +47 70 08 34 00
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FOCUS: EXPLORER YACHTS & CRUISE VESSELS

As an independent ship designer we enjoy working close with the owner. We are working directly with owner of Explorer Yachts and Expedition Cruise ships from idea sketch to delivered vessel, and are available to develope new successful projects.

DESIGN PROCESS PHASES

Within the process of Yacht development, we perform a wide range of design phases like: SPECIFICATION AND DESIGN DEVELOPMENT, hull design, exterior and interior arrangement (GA), technical specification, weight calculation, stability check, perform speed predictions, model tests, contract negotiation, tender documentation for yard estimate, engineering- detail- and production drawings, project oversight, project follow-up, inclining test etc.

OUR KNOWLEDGE

We are familiar with latest rules & regulations, classification society, UK-MCA, Cayman Island etc. In addition to new build we also perform refit and reconstructions/rebuilding of existing vessels.

WE CAN OFFER

Competence, Reliability, Trust, Experience, Tailor-made Design & Solutions. Well Reputated Proven design of more than 100 vessels.

Read more about our Explorer Yachts and Cruise vessels:

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EXCELLENT SPEED AND SEAKEEPING PROPERTIES AND ENVIRONMENT-FRIENDLY SHIPS

Marin Teknikk is providing engineering services for shipyards and ship owners engaged in fishing with ocean going fishing vessels, and owners operating with advanced vessels in the offshore industry. Marin Teknikk is working within the whole range of design and engineering for conversions and new buildings.

NEWS
MT5006 MkII "Ulysses" now sailing
MT5006 MkII "Ulysses" now sailing
<p>The second Explorer Yacht design from Marin Teknikk, MT5006 MkII "Ulysses", is now completed and sailing in the Mediterrainien Sea.</p><p>The 116m long Explorer Yacht will accommodate 74 people in a spacious interior, and blends a robust, hard-working character with luxurious extras.</p> <p>"Ulysses" is espesially designed for long expeditions in potential rough waters.</p> <p><img src="/Installations/fwk/sites/marinteknikk3/frontpage/mt5006_mkii_web_1920_dsc_7128-2.jpg" width="960" height="641"> </p> <p></p>
05.07.18 08:03
MT6027 Maersk Installer in firefighting operation
MT6027 Maersk Installer in firefighting operation
<p>Maersk Installer, a MT6027 design from Marin Teknikk, was recently engaged to perform firefighting on the large Maersk Honam container vessel in the Arabian Sea.</p><p>The fire onboard Maersk Honam was raging for around five days, with a tragic loss of four people's lives, and one person still missing.</p> <p>Maersk Installer was, together with the offshore patrol vessel Shoor and with two tugs CSC Nelson, led by Smit Salvage and Ardent, according to Maersk Line.</p> <p><img src="/Installations/fwk/sites/marinteknikk3/articles/20180417_maersk_fire/p1030016__medium___002_.jpg" alt="" width="960" height="720"></p> <p><img src="/Installations/fwk/sites/marinteknikk3/articles/20180417_maersk_fire/p1020992__medium___003_.jpg" alt="" width="960" height="640"></p>
17.04.18 13:44
NAMING CEREMONY FOR ‘NORDIC PRINCE’ AND ‘ARGOS GEORGIA’
NAMING CEREMONY FOR ‘NORDIC PRINCE’ AND ‘ARGOS GEORGIA’
<p>The Longliners MT1112 ‘Nordic Prince’ and MT1112 ‘Argos Georgia’ was given their name in a very nice ceremony in Gibraltar on 9<sup>th</sup> of March 2018, accompanied by invited guests. At the same time the vessels was handed over to their new owner; Ervik Havfiske AS.</p><p>Built by Tersan Shipyard in Turkey, the sister vessels are 54 meters long and 13 meters wide, both ready to perform fishing for Patagonia Toothfish in the Southern Ocean. Patagonia Toothfish is a species found in cold waters. </p> <p>The vessels are equipped with Line Hauling moonpool for improved efficiency and safer working environment and have a complete new autoline arrangement.<br><br>The vessels are designed with higher ice-class for demanding oceans and built with conventional and hybrid propulsion. The vessels keep accommodation for 28 people and keeps high standard furnishing.</p> <p>During the trip from Turkey to Gibraltar, the vessels got their first test in stormy sea. Both the vessels and the crew arrived in good shape with very good recommendations. </p>
16.03.18 19:01
Marin Teknikk har inngått design-kontrakter med Russiske fiskeriselskap
Marin Teknikk har inngått design-kontrakter med Russiske fiskeriselskap
<p>Etter flere års målrettet arbeid i det russiske markedet har Marin Teknikk (MT) fått gjennombrudd og skal levere design og engineering pakker for fire (4) nye moderne autoline fartøy, til tre (3) russiske fiskeriselskap. Rederiene det er inngått avtaler med holder til i Murmansk og Arkhangelsk området og er store aktører innen fiskeri.</p><p>Fartøyene, med design type MT1112 XL, blir 58,6 meter lange og 13 meter brede. De er designet i hht rederienes ønsker og vil bli utrustet med topp moderne autolinesystem for fiske gjennom moon-pool, fabrikk til prossesering av fisk og hermetikk, stor fryselager kapasitet, innredning for 36 personer og isklasse. Fartøyene skal bygges under russisk flagg og klasseregelverk på Severnaya Verf i St. Petersburg over en 3 års periode.</p> <p>Skrog og diesel elektrisk fremdriftssystem er optimalisert for lavt brennoljeforbruk og lave utslipp til miljøet. Marin Teknikk var først ute med denne teknologien også til fiskefartøy, levert til Ervik Havfiske i 2000. Flere fiskefartøy er levert med dette systemet i ettertid og nå også til russiske kunder.</p> <p>De russiske rederiene ønsker å satse sterkere på linefiske som blir regnet for å være den mest økologisk, bærekraftig og miljøvennlige fiskemetode. Linefartøyene bygges for fiske etter torsk og hyse i Barentshavet og Norskehavet, med fokus på å ivareta hele fangsten. Det blir flere leverandører fra Norge som får nytte godt av kontraktene med utstyrs leveranser til fartøyene.</p> <p>Kontraktene er en annerkjennelse for selskapet etter lang tids arbeid i et nytt og særdeles krevende marked, og vil være med på å utvide kundeområdet og styrke MT’s posisjonen for skipsdesign.</p> <p>«Vi er svært tilfreds med å lande slike avtaler som vil sikre arbeidsplasser på Marin Teknikk samt skape aktivitet ellers rundt om i det maritime miljøet. Det er også spennende å jobbe tett oppimot nye områder og kulturer. Fra vårt utgangspunkt i Herøy er vi med på å befeste vår lokale sterke kompetanse innen fiskeri og maritim industri, og er med på å skape store verdier både i Norge og utland».</p> <p>For mer informasjon kontakt:<br>Salgssjef Richard Gjerde, tlf. 90 20 80 14, mail: rkg@marinteknikk.no eller <br>Daglig Leder Svein-Rune Gjerde, mob. tlf. 911 89 888, mail srg@marinteknikk.no</p> <p>-----------------------</p> <p>ENGLISH:</p> <p><strong><span style="font-size: 24px;">Marin Teknikk enter into new design-contracts for Russian Fishery Companies</span></strong></p> <p>With dedicated focus over a couple of years, Marin Teknikk (MT) has achieved a breakthrough in the Russian Market and shall deliver Design- and Engineering packages for four (4) new modern Long-line vessels, for three (3) Russian Fishery companies. The companies are all major actors within Russian fishery, located in the Murmansk and Arkhangelsk region.</p> <p>The vessels of the MT1112 XL design, will be 58,6 meters long with a beam of 13 meters. Design focus has been according to the Ship-Owners requirements, and the vessels will be equipped with top modern auto line-hauling system through moon-pool, fish-factory for processing of fish and cannery, large freeze capacity, Ice-Class and accommodation for 36 people. The vessels will be built at Severnaya Verf in St. Petersburg during a three years’ period, under Russian Flag and Class.</p> <p>The hulls, combined with diesel electric propulsion, are optimized for low fuel consumption and low emissions to the environment. Marin Teknikk was the first designer using this technology for offshore vessels, and also for fishing vessels back in 2000, with MS Frøyanes.</p> <p>The Russian Ship-Owners want to focus on Long-line fishing, considered to be the most ecological, sustainable and environmental fishing method. The Long-liners will be built for fishery of Cod and Haddock in the Barents Sea and the Norwegian Sea, with high focus on utilizing the whole catch.</p> <p>The contracts are an acknowledgment for our company after long time working in a new demanding market, and will contribute to developing our customer base and strengthen MT’s position within ship design.</p> <p>“We are very satisfied signing these agreements which will secure jobs at Marin Teknikk, in addition to creating new activity within the maritime cluster. It’s also exciting to work close upon new markets and cultures. From our point of view in Norway, we consolidate our strong competence within fishery and maritime industry, and contribute to create increase of value both in Norway and abroad,” says Sales Director Richard K. Gjerde.</p> <p><br>For further information, please contact:<br>Sales Director Richard K. Gjerde, tel.: +47 90 20 80 14, email: rkg@marinteknikk.no or <br>Managing Director Svein-Rune Gjerde, tel. 911 89 888, email: srg@marinteknikk.no<br><br><br></p>
21.12.17 22:05

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