Author: Allan Jul

13 dec HVSA expands the slipway capacity

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text]Due to an increase in demand from the offshore wind sector on slipway capacity for large crew transfer vessels, we have expanded our capacity in this matter considerably, so that now we can handle four of the industry´s largest catamarans simultaneously. We achieved this by rebuilding several of our slipwaytrailers and by expanding the width of our slipwaytrail. In the end, the better utilization of our slipway means faster and better services to our customers which again translates into better overall economy for the vessels. Right now we have four SWATH catamarans from A2SEA and Odfjell Wind A/S at HVSA –...

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06 dec Contract for newbuild for Iceland

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text]HVSA has signed a contract with the icelandic shipping company Hafborg for the building and delivery of a 26 m combined flyshooter and gillnetter. The family-owned shipping company sees father and son collaborating with a little gillnetter and a flyshooter. Those two vessels now will be combined into a larger common ship that will be able to perform both fishing methods. Part of the year they fish from the island of Grimsey from where the family origins. The island is situated approximately 3 hours north of Iceland in arctic waters. The rest of the year they fish at the north coast...

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Newbuild 133 OV Bøkfjord departs Hvide Sande

26 aug Godspeed to newbuild OV Bøkfjord

Our newbuild no. 133 - OV Bøkfjord - has been delivered to the Norwegian Coastal Administration (Kystverket). She has a whole range of innovative features that makes her a true multi-purpose vessel....

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09 feb Hvide Sande Shipyard welcomes Dyrafjeld

We are proud to have received norwegian training ship "Dyrafjeld" for maintenance and repair at Hvide Sande Shipyard, Steel and Service. The ketch-rigged sloop is one of the oldest ship in the world....

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