Acta announces name of newbuild
The construction of Acta Marine’s new built ULSTEIN SX195 walk-to-work DP2 construction support vessel is progressing well and on schedule at Crist shipyard in Poland. Acta Marine has announced that the CSV vessel will sail under the name ACTA AURIGA. The vessel is equipped with the X-STERN to increase flexibility.
A century of innovation
Ulstein has spent the last 100 years looking to the future. Ever since its formation on 9 August 1917 in Ulsteinvik, Norway, the family-owned shipbuilder, designer and systems supplier has focused on tomorrow’s opportunities today.
Breakthrough for ULSTEIN within cruise: 1 + 9
Ulstein Design & Solutions AS has been awarded a very important contract by China Merchants Group (CMG), China, who will be constructing an expedition cruise vessel for owner SunStone Ships. The contract includes the design and equipment package for one and options for additional nine vessels.
Wavebreaking automation, alarm and monitoring
ULSTEIN X-CONNECT™ system architecture take products coming from ULSTEIN to a new standard in terms of flexibility and scalability.Learn more
Entering the future endwise
Introducing: The X-BOW® effect. Now also for the aft.X-STERN®
X-BOW in the world of cruise and yachts
Enjoy the X-BOW® effect on your next venture.Combining the X-BOW® with a view
"The experience is quite amazing. I cannot imagine myself ever travelling with a conventional bow vessel again in winter time"X-BOW®
Good ideas are put on paper, while great ideas are put in motion.Mastering motions
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