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Significant Small Ships of 2010

Editor:  Martin ConwaySignificant Small Ships 2010 - page layout

 

Significant Small Ships of 2010 includes a wide variety of the most innovative, trend-setting and interesting commercial craft up to 100m in length delivered in 2010 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 2010 provides a wealth of information in a readable format, and features 30 of the most innovative and important commercial designs completed last year worldwide. 

 

Significant Small Ships of 2010 can now be ordered, and is available in printed or CD-ROM format.

Ref: SSC10 Publication Price - £30 (RINA Member £25)

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Significant Small Ships of 2010

The newbuildings featured in this year's volume of Significant Small Ships include:Significant Small Ships 2010 cover

  • ASB Mutiara 5: Fast crew boat, enabling ABS to diversify activities
  • BRAtt: Revolutionary tug training concept
  • Carboclyde: First CARBOCAT design for offshore wind farm ops
  • Dana Cruz: King River-class tug with an ice-strengthened hull
  • Firestorm 70: High speed fireboat with impressive pump flow
  • Greatship Maya: Geotechnical vessel with drilling unit
  • Hai Jun: Tenth passenger catamaran of the SEACAT family
  • Iceni Spirit: 15m wind farm service catamaran
  • Independence: LNG escort tug with fire-fighting capabilities
  • Laboe: Aluminium pilot vessel built for German coastal work
  • Loke Viking: 85m wide anchor handler and tug supply vessel
  • Natalia Bekker: Wind farm maintenance supply vessel
  • Normand Ranger: Anchor handling North Sea vessel
  • Odin: Offshore search and rescue craft, operating in harsh climate
  • Oita: Escort Fi-Fi tug deployed in Western Australia
  • OSG Vision: Ocean-going, articulated tug barge
  • PB Karepo: First in a new series of multipurpose offshore craft
  • Polarcus Asima: Seismic survey vessel with green credentials
  • Quinoa: Port of Bordeaux’s new fuel-saving pilot vessel
  • Saaremaa: Ferry operating through 70cm ice thickness
  • Scarlet Ibis: High speed patrol craft operating in the Caribbean
  • Shi Hua Gang Yi Hao: Asymmetric oil response catamaran
  • Smit Angola: Keppel-built, Rampage 5000 design tug  
  • Stefan Cel Mare: Romanian police and rescue vessel
  • Svitzer Pembroke: High-performance escort tug
  • Three Forty Three: Fi-Fi vessel patrolling New York
  • Uthlande: Passenger ferry servicing Germany’s North Frisian Islands
  • Valiant: US Navy tug built to Z-Tech 4500 class
  • Volstad Surveyor: ROV and survey support services vessel
  • Vortex: Fast Voith tractor tug, with impressive deck equipment

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