Fjord 1, Bygg nr. 132 ved Havyard Ship Technology, MM 62 FD EL "Husavik"

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Fjord 1 bygger nå ei ferge av MM 62 FD EL design som skal inn på sambandet Sandvikvåg-Husavik.

Sjå vedlagt pressemelding for meir info

Denne blir bygg nr. 134 ved Havyard ShipTechnology

Noko som har hørt kva namn denne får?


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Bnr. 132 sjøsatt ved Cemre i Tyrkia, kva namn står det å lese på skroget, er det "Husavik"?



Begge foto: Ukjent via Cemre Shipyard
 

Erik

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Hun skal hete Husavik.. Skal gå Husavik-Sandvikvåg.. Vaagsøy skal gå der til hun er klar.
 

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Så da har dei bytta om litt da siden det var opprinneleg bnr. 134 som skulle inn i dette sambandet?

Bnr. 132 og 133 skulle vel egentlig inn på Brekstad-Valset?
 

Erik

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Gikk vel ut ifra at Husavik måtte være først ut? Hun skulle jo ha vært klar 1.1.. Men no er det snakk om Mai tror jeg..
 

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Her er den nye Austevoll-fergen

MF Husavik er på vei til Leirvik i Sogn. Der skal den blant annet skal få installert batteripakken som skal frakte 28 biler av gangen mellom Austevoll og Fitjar.

Les meir på sidene til Sysla Maritim (Krever innlogging)

Etter to dager i Risavika kunne slepet fortsette

Foto: Andreas Askildsen
 

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Havyard:
Leverte fyrste batteriferje med automatisk fjordkryssing

Den fyrste av i alt tretten batteriferjer Havyard skal bygge for Fjord 1 blei døypt i Leirvik måndag.

Havyard Leirvik har ifølgje ei pressemelding innfrid knallharde miljøkrav og vunne i alt tretten kontraktar på levering av utstyr og bygging av Fjord 1 sine nye batteriferjer. Måndag varr den fyrste av ferjene, «MF Husavik», døypt ved kaia på verftet i Sogn.

Ferja er også den fyrste av mange batteriferjer med såkalla autocrossing, eller autmomatisk fjordkryssing. Dette systemet er levert og utvikla av Norwegian Control Systems. Eit system som til ei kvar tid er overvaka av kapteinen. Som kan ta over manuelt om noko skal skje.

Ferja går inn i ferjesambandet Husavik - Sandvikvåg (Austevoll kommune og Fitjar kommune). Fylkesordførar i Hordaland, Anne Gine Hestetun var gudmor.

- Det har blitt ei flott ferje og vi er godt nøgde med resultatet, seier administrerende direktør i Fjord1, Dagfinn Neteland.

Kilde: Vikebladet Vestposten

Ferja til kai ved Havyard Leirvik i Sogn, måndag

Foto: via Fjord 1
 

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Havyard delivers its first battery-powered ferry with automatic fjord crossing

Havyard has met some very stringent environmental requirements and won a total of 13 contracts for the delivery of both equipment for and the building of Fjord 1's battery-powered ferries. The first ferry, Bnr 132 MF Husavik was christened on Monday 14 May in a lovely ceremony at the yard in Leirvik in Sogn.

This is the first of many battery-powered ferries with autocrossing functionality that will be built for Fjord 1 at Havyard Ship Technology in Leirvik. Autocross, a system for automatic fjord crossing, has been delivered and developed by Norwegian Control Systems.

The system calculates the course and speed, as well as acceleration and retardation, that results in the most efficient and economical crossing. Currents, wind and other factors are also taken into consideration.

The autocross system is monitored by the captain, who can take over manual control if necessary.

MF Hausvik will operate the Husavik–Sandvikvåg service in Hordaland county (Austevoll municipality and Fitjar municipality).

CHRISTENING
The first of thirteen ferries was christened on Monday 14 May at the yard in Leirvik in Sogn. The County Mayor of Hordaland, Anne Gine Hestetun, is the ferry’s godmother.

Representatives of Fjord1 and yard employees attended the ceremony. After the christening, there was an open ship event for everyone who wanted to take a closer look at the ferry.

‘It's an impressive ferry and we are very happy with the result,’ says Dagfinn Neteland, CEO of Fjord1.

‘It feels good to have started,’ says Lasse Stokkeland, Executive Vice President of Havyard Ship Technology AS. ‘The competition for these assignments was tough, and it's very motivating to witness the christening of our very first battery-powered ferry which is almost ready for delivery.

Now we will maintain full focus on delivering all the other ferries on time and on budget as well, and with the same good quality,’ he says.

The christening concluded with a lunch for all the guests.

POWER
The propulsion system was delivered by Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) and the delivery includes battery systems, generators, DC panels with converters, AC panels, a charging system, transformers and software. This is a robust and safe system that will ensure optimum ferry operations. NES’s technology includes Odin’s Eye®, which was designed to ensure safe and efficient energy transfer between the vessel's two DC systems.

CONTROL
Norwegian Control Systems (NCS) is delivering the integrated alarm system (IAS), the bridge solution Concept Bridge and the Power Management System. The very stringent requirements for environmental reporting of ferry operations have been implemented in the total system, which will also communicate with the onshore charging systems to ensure a safe and efficient charging cycle.

AUTOCROSSING AND AUTONOMOUS VESSELS
The Concept Bridge solution contains a self-developed autocross system. The autocross system will control the speed and power of the vessel’s propeller and set the crossing route, with the defined acceleration and retardation curves that will be the most economical in relation to the estimated time of arrival. The speed is adjusted throughout the crossing to ensure that the energy consumption is as low as possible.

This system is NCS’s first step towards autonomous vessels, an area in which the company is carrying out further research and creating innovative control systems for the future.

We regard this as an autonomous system, since the speed and power during the crossing are controlled by a separate system. The next stage in this development will be autodocking functionality, which will be integrated in these vessels to ensure greater autonomy and predictability in relation to energy consumption.

NES and NCS are investing heavily in innovative solutions for the environmental vessels of the future.

Kilde: Havyard
 

Refvik

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I pressemelding som kom når denne var bestilt står det "Medio 2018 kjem det også ei heilt ny elektrisk ferje på det sørlege sambandet mellom Austevoll og omverda", så det betyr vel Juni/Juli det da?
 

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Ser ut på AIS at den er på prøvetur idag - så den er vel kanskje døypt, men ikkje overlevert enda?
 

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Ser at "Husavik" nå er på vei for å settes inn i sambandet Sandvikvåg-Husavik...
 

htv

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Då ser det ut som «Husavik» har lagt til kai i Husavik, klar for første avgang kl 09:00 i morgon.

«Vågsøy» gjekk frå kai etter å ha satt i land bilar på siste tur, og er no på vei til Bekkjarvik.
 
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