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Significant Small Ships of 2007

Editor:  Angela VelascoSignificant Small Ships 2007 - page layout

 

Significant Small Ships of 2007 describes a wide variety of the most innovative, trend-setting and interesting commercial craft up to 100m in length delivered in 2006 by ship and boatyards worldwide.  Each vessel presentation comprises of a full page, with colour photograph, a detailed technical description, the main particulars in tabular form and a list of major suppliers.

Significant Small Ships of 2007 provides a wealth of information in a readable format, and features a total of 30 of the most innovative and important commercial designs completed last year worldwide.

 

Significant Small Ships of 2007 can now be ordered, and is available in printed or CD-ROM format.

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Significant Small Ships of 2007

Significant Small Ships 2007The selected of vessels included in this year edition of Significant Small Ships are as follows:

  

  • Bocas Del Toro: Tug series optimised
  • Bourbon Trieste: Multi-purpose vessel created for deepwater operations
  • Bugsier 6: New tug class proving popular
  • Burak Reis-3: Sea Bus series completed
  • Don Inda: Europe’s most powerful towing tug
  • Edda Fram: First vessel with integrated drilling system
  • Elyah and Assad: Quick build for high stability series
  • Far Sapphire: Powerful offshore vessel for ultra-deep waters
  • First and Ten: PSV series with increased capacity
  • Geograph: Vessel assists seabed mapping
  • Grampian Talisman: Innovative bow shape guarantees high speed
  • Guan Xiao Yi Hao: Innovative fireboat for Asia
  • Harry Evans: First of deign built in China
  • Ibeev-3: Unusual icebreaking emergency evacuation vessel
  • Jacque Cartier: One-off ferry adapted from existing hull
  • JMEC: Advanced military technology battles war on terror
  • Osman GAZI-1 and ORHAN GAZI-1: Twin sisters aid Turkish commuters
  • Provider: High-speed cargo vessel unrivalled in class
  • Royal Charter: Lengthened hull improves old favourite
  • Sea Scape 1: All-aluminium design for modern ferry
  • Simara Ace and Siluna Ace: Modern ships have green focus
  • Svitzer Sakhalin: Unique tugs aid LNG port
  • Tansøy: Small cat serves Norwegian islands
  • The Grand Canal Shoppes: Luxury ship serves luxury resort
  • Thor: Powerful tug first for North America
  • Tiger: Ambulance designed with safety and manoeuvrability in mind
  • VB Jerez: Compact tugs for unrestricted navigation
  • Vos Tracker: New standard set in safety
  • Wedel: Bearing and measurement vessel for safety and construction
  • Xplorer: New hull shape improves performance

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