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Significant Ships of 2011

Editor: Nick SavvidesSignificant Ship 2011 - page layout
Associate Editor: Samantha Fisk

 

Significant Ships of 2011 is a RINA annual publication providing an invaluable reference source to some of the very best in today's ship design and construction. It gives technical details of 49 selected merchant ships of all classes and types, mostly of some 100m in length and above, which were completed last year by shipyards worldwide.

Significant Ships of 2011 follows the format of the previous editions. Two pages are devoted to every entry; on the first page appears a photograph of the ship in question (all in full colour), followed by a concise technical description highlighting the key features, this is supported by a comprehensive tabular list, detailing technical data. On the following page a set of general arrangement plans appears.

Significant Ships of 2011 is available in printed or CD-ROM format

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Significant Ships of 2011

The Newbuildings included in this volume of Significant Ships of 2011:Significant Ships 2011

  • Algoma Mariner:New Laker for Algoma Central Corporation
  • Anangel Dawn: Post Panamax from Shanghai Shipyard
  • Astir Lady: Oil tanker from SPP Shipbuilding
  • Boknafjord:LNG ferry for Norway
  • BW Lotus: Chinese-built VLCC for BW Fleet Management
  • Celso Furtado: First Brazilian built products tanker for Transpetro
  • City of Rotterdam: Eco-friendly PCTC from Japan
  • Congo River: Latest dredger for DEME
  • Costa Favolosa: Largest cruise ship to be constructed in Italy
  • CSCL Star: Post Panamax container ship from Samsung
  • Dragonera: First Seahorse 35 bulk carrier
  • Edda Fides: Unique offshore accommodation vessel from Barreras
  • Energy Horizon: Energy efficient LNG carrier from Kawasaki
  • Gulmar Atlantis: Dive support vessel
  • Halki: 37,000dwt bulk carrier
  • Himalaya: Mark IV chemical tanker
  • Hua Yun: Eco-friendly oil tanker
  • Hyundai Trust: 180,000dwt Cape size from Sungdong
  • Iver Balance: Vroon chemical tanker
  • Jolly Diamante: Multi-purpose ro-ro
  • Khalij-E-Fars: Large FSU
  • Leda C: Kamsarmax bulk carrier
  • Leonora Christina: Largest Catamaran from Austal
  • LOG-IN Jacaranda: Largest Brazilian built container vessel
  • Maersk Edison: Largest container vessel constructed at HSHI
  • Maersk Sara: Energy efficient VLOC vessel for A.P Møller Maersk
  • Marina: New Regatta class cruise ship for Oceania Cruises
  • Mega Caravan: Super heavy-lift ship
  • MPI Adventurer: Wind turbine vessel
  • Norbe VIII: Ultra deepwater drillship
  • Nord Hong Kong: Green bulk carrier
  • Nord Vela: Handy-cape bulk carrier
  • Orange Star: Largest juice carrier constructed by Brodosplit yard
  • Piana: Ferry constructed to latest SOLAS 2009 regulations
  • Samco Amazon: Energy saving VLCC   
  • Seatruck Progress: Modern ro-ro ship
  • Sifa: First VLCC with BWTS installed
  • Soyo: Eco-friendly LNG carrier
  • Spirit of Britain: Dover based ro-pax
  • Spyros K: Suezmax tanker for Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd
  • Star Borealis: Dunkerque-max bulker
  • Stena Transporter: Large ro-ro
  • Taipower Prosperity V: Coal carrier
  • Tonsberg: Largest Wilhelmsen ro-ro
  • Tugela: PCTC with wide stern ramp
  • Vale Brasil: Giant ore carrier
  • Vectis Eagle: Fuel efficient multi-purpose vessel for Super GreenShip
  • Vorstenbosch: Large bunker tanker
  • Willem De Vlamingh: Stone dumping ship

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