Norled, Bygg nr J430001, J430002 og J430003 ved Sembcorp Marine, LMG 80 DEH "Hella"/"Dragsvik"/"Leikanger"

rd77

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I don't know what to make of this, where is LMG Marin going to build these ships? They are only a design office, right?

Norled’s Order Marks Sembcorp Marine’s Entrance into RoPax Ferry Sector

Norwegian shipping company Norled has ordered three hybrid plug-in ropax ferries from Singapore’s shipbuilder Sembcorp Marine.

This is the first design-and-construction roll on/roll off passenger (ropax) ship project for Sembcorp Marine. The ships will be built by the group’s subsidiary LMG Marin and are scheduled for delivery in the fourth quarter of 2020.

The trio is tailored for Norled’s shortsea Hella-Vangsnes-Dragsvik connections in Norway. The 84.2-metre long multi-deck, double-ended ferries can each carry up to 300 passengers and crew, as well as 80 cars or a combination of 10 cars and 10 trailer trucks.

The vessels will operate normally on zero-emissions lithium-ion battery power at a service speed of 10 knots. When required, they can run on combined battery-diesel hybrid backup modes.

“Sembcorp Marine’s project with Norled marks our entry into the ropax ferry design and construction segment,” Head of Specialized Shipbuilding Tan Heng Jack said.

The energy-efficient solutions to be installed on the ferries will also include quick-connection shore charging plugs; auto-mooring; auto-cross; efficient hull, propulsion and heat recovery systems.

Source: World Maritime News


Illustration: LMG Marin
 

rd77

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Thanks Piotr, that makes more sense. The way that the article was worded, it seemed like LMG Marin was going to build the vessels!
 

Refvik

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Norled går til Asia for å bygge tre nye ferjer

Sembcorp Marine i Singapore skal bygge tre identiske ferjer for Norled. Ferjene er designet av Sembcorp sitt norske datterselskap, LMG Marine i Bergen, og skal leveres til Norled i tredje kvartal 2020.

Dette er første gang en norsk innenriksferje blir bygd i Asia, og det er også første gang Sembcorp bygger slike ferjer. Verftsgruppen disponerer fem verftsanlegg i Singapore og to i Indonesia, men de har ikke offentliggjort hvilket av verftene som får oppdraget. LMG Marine i Bergen ble for en tid tilbake kjøpt av Sembcorp og har designet flere ferjer for norske rederier, blant annet de fire ferjene Norled har under bygging i Polen.

80 BILERS FERJER
Ferjene som nå skal bygges i Asia skal settes inn på sambandet Hella-Vangsnes-Dragsvik i Sogn og blir 84,2 meter lange og med en kapasitet på opp til 300 passasjerer og mannskap og 80 biler, eller en kombinasjon av 10 biler og 10 trailere. Fartøyene blir svært energieffektive og vil normalt gå på nullutslipps batteristrøm med en servicehastighet på 10 knop. Når det er nødvendig, kan de kjøre på kombinert batteri- og dieseldrift i en hybrid backup modus. Norled-ferjene vil anvende litiumbatterier for fremdrift, supplert med energieffektive løsninger. Gjennom fartøyene sitt design og ladepunktene på land som forsynes av vannkraft, vil dette gi en nullutslippsløsning.

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Illustration: LMG Marin
 

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LMG Marin signs a Design Contract for three Double Ended Diesel Electric Hybrid ferries for Norled built at Sembcorp Marine in Singapore

LMG Marin signs a Design Contract for three Double Ended Diesel Electric Hybrid ferries for Norled built at Sembcorp Marine in Singapore

LMG Marin has been awarded for the design of three battery-plug-in double ended ferries for the Hella-Vangsnes-Dragsvik connection in Norway. The vessels, with a capacity of 296 passengers and 80 personal cars will feature innovative solutions for environmentally friendly operation, with great focus on ensuring the lowest possible energy consumption. The vessels will be delivered in the Fourth Quarter of 2020. The LMG Marin’s scope of work for this project covers the complete Class documentation.

The ferries will be built according to the LMG 80-DEH design developed by LMG Marin. The design LMG 80-DEH features many energy efficient solutions including general use of heat recovery, full LED lighting, highly efficiency electric power transmission, demand-dependent HVAC system, low friction hull paint and lightweight construction.

Once all three LMG 80-DEH ferries are delivered, the number of LMG Marin designed ferries in the modern Norled fleet will amount a total 13 units with 8 ferries of LMG Marin design currently being built for Norled. This new contract is also another chapter in the fruitful cooperation between LMG Marin and Sembcorp Marine and confirms the Singaporean’s Shipyard ambitions in low environmental footprint technologies.

Kilde: LMG Marin
 

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Namna på desse tre blir "Hella", "Dragsvik" og "Leikanger" for levering Oktober, November og Desember 2020

Erik, husk kildehenvisning :)
 
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