The polar vessel Greg Mortimer ready for launch
The launching ceremony of the ‘Greg Mortimer’, the first polar expedition cruise vessel in SunStone Ships’ INFINITY series, was held in the morning of 12 March at the CMHI yard, China. The steel cutting ceremony of ship number three in the series was also arranged this morning.
Ulstein takes strong position in cruise design
Ulstein Design & Solutions introduced their first design illustrations within the expedition cruise segment three years ago. With the latest contract by Lindblad, the company has been awarded totally six firm ship contracts, and options for further six vessels.
Lindblad signs agreement with Ulstein Verft for building of second new polar vessel
Lindblad Expeditions Holdings Inc. announces that it has signed an agreement with Norwegian shipbuilder and ship designer Ulstein to build a new polar vessel. The new ship is scheduled for delivery from Ulstein Verft in Q3 2021. The vessel is sister ship to 'National Geographic Endurance', which is under construction.
First steel cut on the OHT semisubmersible vessel
The OHT vessel can perform heavy lift crane operations with the main deck submerged. Now the first steel has been cut for this innovative vessel.Read more
X-JACK heavy lift jack-up strengthens ambitions in offshore wind
With the newly developed J102 heavy lift jack-up design Ulstein presents its answer to the offshore wind industry’s need for fit-for-purpose, cost efficient yet future proof wind turbine installation vessels. The new design is part of the X-JACK series of heavy lift jack-up designs.Read more
Ship designers who dare to challenge
Our ship designers share a mission of innovation, to challenge the established truth and to come up with solutions that enhance the customers' value.See how they do it
Statements from X-BOW users
With feedback like ‘amazing experience’ and’ 'I’ll never again work on any other type of vessel in winter’ being stated by crews on X-BOW® vessels, it is hard to ignore the impact this hull innovation has had since it first appeared in 2005.More statements