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julio 2020

New Logica Yacht features powerful SCHOTTEL Pump Jet between rudders

"Logica 183", recently launched at shipbuilder Logica Yachts' facilities in Viareggio, Italy, is equipped with one electrically driven SCHOTTEL Pump Jet type SPJ 57 (150 kW). The extremely compact pump jet provides...[Leer más]

julio 2020

M-series: SCHOTTEL presents new medium-sized azimuth thrusters

SCHOTTEL, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of marine propulsion systems, introduces new medium-sized azimuth thrusters. The M-series consists of several rudder propeller sizes covering a power range of 400 to 1,000 kW....[Leer más]

julio 2020

SCHOTTEL modernization: Norwegian cargo vessel ready for new assignments

The Norwegian bulk carrier "Kryssholm" will soon be able to take on new assignments thanks to a customized upgrade by the SCHOTTEL Modernization and Conversion Team. Comparatively small installation effort will yield...[Leer más]

julio 2020

SCHOTTEL supplies propulsion system for Germany’s first editorial ship

Germany’s first editorial ship – "The Pioneer One" – is equipped with a SCHOTTEL propulsion unit. Built by the Lux-Werft shipyard in Niederkassel, the vessel was recently handed over to Berlin-based media company Media...[Leer más]

junio 2020

Danish Port of Aarhus: new tug fitted with SCHOTTEL Rudderpropellers and mechanical hybrid solution

The German propulsion manufacturer SCHOTTEL has been awarded a contract to supply UZMAR Shipyard with rudder propellers featuring the patented hybrid system SYDRIVE-M. The Turkish shipyard is currently building a 30.25-metre...[Leer más]

junio 2020

SCHOTTEL presents a retractable variant of its successful Rim Thruster

With its SCHOTTEL Retractable Rim Thruster, the German propulsion expert has launched a newly developed variant of its proven rim thruster (SRT). Covering the power range up to 500 kW, the SRT-R offers many advantages, such as...[Leer más]

junio 2020

Freezer-seiner for Spanish Albacora Group features SCHOTTEL SCP

The Spanish Albacora Group, which operates the largest tuna fishing fleet in the European Union, recently commissioned a new fishing vessel. Built at Vigo-based shipyard Astilleros Armón, "Galerna Lau" is equipped with...[Leer más]