Today, Havyard Group will hand over the first new ferry for the Hareid-Sulesund route. It will not start ordinary operations until the new year, but you can already see what things are like on board.
Electrical apprentice Elisabeth Aven Langeland and commission electrician Lisa Marie Mo are helping to make the Norwegian fjords greener through Havyard Group’s record series of ferries.
Havyard and Grupo CBO’s good cooperation culminates in a sixth and, so far, final anchor-handling vessel, which has now been handed over to the Brazilian shipping company.
It started with four employees and two old armchairs. Now, Havyard has passed the hundred design mark, with Kystruten as the most recent highlight.
Havyard Ship Technology has delivered HST build number 133 ‘Austrått’ and HST build number 134 ‘Vestrått’ to Fjord1 in the course of just one week.
Havyard Design & Solution and Havyard Ship Technology have won a contract with ESVAGT for the design and building of two further windfarm service vessels.
Havyard Design & Solution will provide the design and Havyard Ship Technology will equip the vessel. This will be the sixth and seventh windfarm service vessels that Havyard delivers to ESVAGT, making Havyard the world’s leading designer of windfarm service vessels.
MMC First Process delivers its first-ever on-board production plant
Havyard Design & Solutions will be delivering the design for two new cargo vessels for Royal Arctic Line A/S. The vessels will be carrying temperature-regulated containers and general cargo and will be an important part of the infrastructure in Greenland. The contract marks the start of a new and exciting segment for Havyard Design & Solutions.
MMC First Process has won a contract for the delivery of a fish handling package for the live fish carrier Hordagut contracted at Fitjar Mek. Verksted (FMV).
Havyard has signed a new contract with Norsk Fisketransport (NFT) for the delivery of a live fish carrier of Havyard 587 design in June 2020. The contract will be build no 147.
Today, Cemre Shipyard in Turkey launched the hull of the first of a total of five Havyard 936 battery ferries that will operate the Hareid-Sulesund and Aursnes-Magerholm services in Sunnmøre. It will now be towed to Norway for fitting out.
The Havyard Ship Technology shipyard in Leirvik is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. The occasion was marked on Saturday 9 June with a celebration on the quay, with concerts featuring well-known artists and performances by Hyllestad culture school. Kjell ‘Kjellen’ Bigset was compere.
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.
Havyard Group ASA has signed an agreement for the acquisition of the remaining 49.5% of the high-tech company Norwegian Electric Systems, which means that the company is now fully owned by Havyard Group ASA.
Havyard Group will be delivering the design for seven battery-powered ferries to Fjord1, five of which will be built at the company’s own shipyard. Havyard and Fjord1 will thereby continue their partnership to achieve a green revolution on the Norwegian fjords