The Government of Canada has awarded a contract of $453.8 million (taxes included) to Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards for construction of the offshore oceanographic science vessel (OOSV)...
Tag Archives : Shipbuilding
28 Jan 2021
France and Italy take note of the fact that the current economic context does not allow...
11 Jan 2021
The Russian shipbuilding industry properly performed in 2020 and supplied eight warships and two submarines to the Navy. In 2019, which was free of coronavirus problems, the Navy received six warships and one submarine, Mil.Press FlotProm writes.
10 Jan 2021
Navantia has a signed a contract with the Royal Moroccan Navy (RMN) for the design and construction of a single OPV...
08 Jan 2021
DDG 129 will be the third Arleigh Burke-class destroyer built in the Flight III configuration by ...
28 Dec 2020
Turkey's Anadolu (ADIK) Shipyard on 24 December 2020 launched "Al Shamal" (QTS 92), the second cadet training ship for the Qatari Emiri Naval Forces (Qatari Navy).
16 Dec 2020
The fourth and final Littoral Mission Ship (LMS) for the Royal Malaysian Navy (TLDM or RMN) was launched today at the Wuchang Shipbuilding Industrial Group, in Wuhan, China.
14 Dec 2020
Italian shipbuilder Intermarine launched the longest self-righting and unsinkable boat ever built in Italy
11 Dec 2020
Babock press release Babcock, the Aerospace and Defence company, has awarded a £31.5 million contract ...
11 Dec 2020
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, BMT has continued to work collaboratively with its maritime customers and partners to deliver a near business-as-usual service, and as the year draws to a close the business is celebrating a year of successful and diverse ship design project milestones and contract awards from across the globe.