“The X-STERN design is sexy!”
In June 2016, Ulstein Verft will be delivering the first of two offshore wind service vessels for Bernhard Schulte Offshore/Windea Offshore. The vessels are contracted to work for Siemens. The two vessels represent a new era for both parties.
Naming of first ocean-going tug for ALP
ALP Striker was named on 13 May 2016. She is the first of four ultra-long distance towing and anchor handling vessels for ALP Maritime Services, each with a bollard pull of approx. 300 tonnes.
Cable lay vessel with new cable arch system
The patent pending ULSTEIN Cable Arch system, in combination with open top vessel design, results in an unprecedented total of 12,500 t of power cable that can be laid as one single piece. The system is implemented in an LX109 design, a high capacity, highly efficient cable lay vessel with compact dimensions.
Cable lay portfolio
Complete portfolio for infield to trans ocean cable lay operations.Cable lay
Entering the future endwise
Introducing: The X-BOW® effect. Now also for the aft.X-STERN™
Good ideas are put on paper, while great ideas are put in motion.Mastering motions
Exhibitions & Conferences 2016
Our employees are engaged in conferences and exhibitions across the maritime industry. We hope to inspire you at any of the following events we will be present at in 2016.Exhibitions and conferences
"The experience is quite amazing. I cannot imagine myself ever travelling with a conventional bow vessel again in winter time"X-BOW®
Watch some of our recent videos, films and animations, or get a glimpse of the past!