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HANSA 11-2020

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Hansa Tech-Hub HANSA TECH-HUB DAMEN Approval in principle for Fast Crew Supplier Damen Shipyard Group has received an approval in principle from American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for its Fast Crew Supplier 2710. According to Damen this means an important step towards its next generation CTV (Crew Transfer Vessel) intended to support the US offshore wind industry. To achieve the approval, Damen has modified the design of its standard FCS 2710 to meet the US requirements. Waterjets are now incorporated, driven by engines that are compliant with US Environmental Protection Agency regulations. The 19,80 m long FCS 2710 would be well suited for the tough operating conditions on the US Atlantic coast. Its size ensures the vessel’s capability to continue operating during the winter period, when smaller boats will need to remain in port. BEHYDRO New hydrogen engine enters the market BeHydro, a Belgian joint venture between CMB and ABC, is launching the first dual fuel engine that can burn hydrogen. It has an output of 1 MW. The new mediumspeed runner can be used in many industrial areas. These include main engines for coastal and inland waterway vessels or tugs, as well as auxiliary engines for ocean-going vessels, but also for trains or as power generators for hospitals and data centers. The output is scalable up to 10 MW. Thanks to dual-fuel technology, other fuels can be used when hydrogen is not available. BeHydro already received the first order: Two 2 MW engines will drive the »Hydrotug«, the world’s first hydrogen-fueled tug for CMB to be used in the port of Antwerp. In an initial phase, 100 engines per year can be produced, says BeHydro. ROYAL BOWEDES Delivery of coaster »Elke K.« The Dutch shipyard Royal Bowedes in Hoogezand has delivered »Elke K.« to Hamburg-based owner Alstership. The coaster is part of the series »Bowedes ECO Trader 5150 DWAT«. So far, twelve units of this type have been produced on behalf of various shipping companies. The Bureau Veritas (BV) classified newbuilding has a length of about 87 m and a beam of 15 m. The freighter, designed with a streamlined hull, is measured at 2,999 GT and has a carrying capacity of 5,150 tdw. The design draught is 6.35 m. An MaK 6M25C with a power of 1,740 kW is installed as main engine on the vessel that sailes under the Dutch flag. 58 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 11 | 2020

Hansa Tech-Hub DEME Newbuildings for offshore DEME has launched »Groene Wind«, its first ever Service Operation Vessel (SOV) at Cemre shipyard in Yalova, Turkey. The Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull (SWATH) vessel will be deployed for wind farm maintenance activities. After delivery in 2021 it will be chartered by Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy for the maintenance of the Rentel and Mermaid & Seastar (known as SeaMade) offshore wind farms in Belgium. Futhermore CSBC-DEME Wind Engineering (CDWE) held a strike steel ceremony at CSBC (China Shipbuilding Corporation) in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, when work officially began on its installation vessel »Green Jade«. The vessel is 216.5 m long and has a spacious, unobstructed deck and a crane with a capacity of 4,000 t. It can accommodate a crew of up to 160 people and is scheduled for operation in 2022. HYDREX Scrubber pipe repairs Hydrex have carried out several scrubber overboard pipe repairs in Rotterdam. On both a 140 m roro vessel and a 200 m container ship the corroded areas of the scrubber pipes were ground out and rewelded. In both cases the pipes were protected with Ecospeed, a chemically resistant coating produced by Subsea Industries. The same protection was given to the three new pipes that were installed on a 400 m container ship. Exhaust scrubbers are systems that filter out all harmful toxins from exhaust gases of marine diesel engines. These can severely corrode the pipes of the scrubber which can result in water ingress if not handled quickly enough. JAN DE NUL 2,000 hours on biofuel Hopper dredger »Alexander von Humboldt«, owned by Jan de Nul Group, has completed 2,000 hours on 100% renewable second generation biofuel. The vessel is powered by two MAN 12V32/40 engines and one MAN 7L32/40 engine as main engines. According to Jan de Nul the 2,000 hours of operation completed demonstrate the feasibility of the technical concept and the possible applications of sustainable biofuel for shipping. They also open the door to cross-sectoral cooperation with manufacturers, classification societies, flag states and supply chains to accelerate the supply of such fuels. Refitting your thruster? Is your vessel’s hull still perfect but the propulsion units show signs of failures, increased costs and maintenance? By refitting your thruster Veth Propulsion offers a solution in an appropriate, sufficient Oostzee and sus tainable way without the costs of a new build. Veth Propulsion congratulates the Münsterland with their refit. T +3178 615 22 66 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 11 | 2020 www.vethpropulsion.com/refits BY 59

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