News

June 2019

Propelled by SCHOTTEL: two trawlers delivered to German owner

“Janne-Kristin” and “Iris”, two 35 m long and 10 m wide fishing vessels, were recently handed over to the German fishing company Kutterfisch. The twin-rig trawlers can achieve optimal manoeuvrability and propulsion efficiency...[more]

May 2019

SCHOTTEL secures North Carolina ferries contract

SCHOTTEL has secured a contract to provide propulsion units for two new vehicle ferries ordered by North Carolina’s Department of Transportation, which operates the second largest state-run ferry system in the United States. The...[more]

May 2019

Award-winning "Wind of Change": New SOV showcases range of SCHOTTEL propulsion solutions

The newly built "Wind of Change" service operation vessel (SOV) is equipped with a broad range of SCHOTTEL propulsion systems. Ordered by French shipping company Louis Dreyfus Armateurs and built at the Turkish Cemre...[more]

May 2019

SCHOTTEL expands range of high-performance nozzles

With the launch of the newly developed SDC40 nozzle, SCHOTTEL expands its range of high-performance nozzles. The SDC40 sets new standards in terms of compact design and free running efficiency – and thus even leads to reduced...[more]

April 2019

Eleven Russian dry cargo vessels propelled by SCHOTTEL

SCHOTTEL has secured a contract with Russian Krasnoye Sormovo Shipyard to provide propulsion units for eleven newly built cargo vessels. Each of the carriers will be equipped with two rudderpropellers type SRP 340 FP (1,200 kW...[more]

April 2019

26 year old bulk carrier ready for extended life thanks to SCHOTTEL modernization

Thanks to a customized modernization by the SCHOTTEL After Sales Team, the operability of the Norwegian bulk carrier “Pirholm” is secured for the coming decades. With comparatively low installation effort numerous advantages...[more]

March 2019

Powerful McAllister tug propelled by SCHOTTEL

SCHOTTEL has secured a contract with American tug operator McAllister Towing to provide propulsion units for a new-built escort and harbour tug. The tug is under construction at Washburn & Doughty shipyard in Maine, USA. It...[more]