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avril 2020

"Wind of Hope": SCHOTTEL to power next service operation vessel (SOV) for Louis Dreyfus Armateurs

French shipping company Louis Dreyfus Armateurs has selected SCHOTTEL to supply a range of propulsion systems for its second wind farm service operation vessel (SOV) the "Wind of Hope", the sister vessel of the...[details]

avril 2020

Full SCHOTTEL propulsion package for Jan De Nul crane vessel "Les Alizés"

In the wake of investment in the "Voltaire" offshore installation vessel, Jan De Nul has now ordered a heavy lift crane vessel capable of lifting 5,000 tonnes from the CMHI Haimen shipyard in China. The vessel, to be...[details]

avril 2020

Sustainable all-rounder: SCHOTTEL EcoPeller deployed in modernization project for first time

The successful SCHOTTEL Rudder EcoPeller (SRE) is set to be installed in a retrofit project for the first time. Two four-bladed SCHOTTEL EcoPellers type SRE 340 L CP with an input power of 750 kW each will be featured in a...[details]

avril 2020

Royal Canadian Navy: four new tugs with SCHOTTEL propulsion

The Royal Canadian Navy has placed an order with the shipyard Ocean Industries Inc. in Quebec for new ship handling tugs equipped with rudderpropellers from SCHOTTEL. Two tugs are to be delivered to the major Canadian naval base...[details]

mars 2020

SCHOTTEL wins propulsion contract to equip U.S. Navy vessels

SCHOTTEL has again secured several orders to provide propulsion systems for U.S. Navy vessels. This additional order of five Workboat Docking vessels and two YTL tugs – all of which are to be built at the Modutech Marine Inc....[details]

mars 2020

SCHOTTEL to propel Washburn & Doughty tug

German propulsion manufacturer SCHOTTEL has been selected to equip a newly built harbour tugboat for the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (SLSDC) with medium-sized azimuth thrusters. The vessel is under construction...[details]

mars 2020

SCHOTTEL propulsion for next-generation Yangtze cruise vessel

German propulsion manufacturer SCHOTTEL has been awarded a contract to provide azimuth thrusters for a Chinese river cruise vessel. The newly built ship, owned by Changjiang Cruise Overseas Travel and built by China Merchants...[details]