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Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from Iceland
WITH FOCUS ON:
- Effective solutions for various fishing schemes
- «Construction-friendly» design approaches
- Hydrodynamicaly optimized hull-shapes
- Maximized processing and cargo spaces
- Fore-front technologies and automation
- Ecological and environmental safety
- Propulsion optimizations proficiency
Effective solutions for various fishing schemes (trawlers, seiners, etc.). Trawler schemes include solutions with 2 and 3 main winches.
“Production-friendly” design approaches allow to reduce construction costs and periods.
Unique bow shape solutions. Hydrodynamically optimized hulls. Reduced resistance, motions and fuel consumption.
Keel Laying procedure for the new 70-m Oceanography and Fishery Sceintific-Research Vessel designed by SKIPASÝN for Marine and Freshwater Research Institute of Iceland has happened at the Armon Shipyards in Vigo, Spain.
Freshfish Trawler newbuilding designed by SKIPASÝN for Þorbjörn hf., which is currently under construction by Armon Shipyards in Gijón, Spain, will bear the name Hulda Björnsdóttir GK-11. She was one of the founders of the company in 1953.
New SKIPASÝN designed 70-m SRV for the Marine Research Institute of Iceland will have its keel-launch ceremony in the upcoming time. Conducting the meeting at the shipyard´s site. Productive teamwork ensuring successful future of the Icelandic research fleet.
66-m Freezer Trawler Baldvin Njálsson designed by SKIPASÝN successfully completed its first year of operations with great financial result of 3.9 billion ISK of total income.