ESNAAD 225 DELIVERED TO NEW OWNERS
Lobith 10/5/2016 – Last Friday, after successful Sea-Trials in April, the ESNAAD 225 was delivered to her new owners. ESNAAD 225 is the fifth vessel in line for ESNAAD, a daughter company of oil company ADNOC.
ESNAAD 224 DEPARTED TO ABU DHABI
Eemshaven 28/4/2016 – Today, the ESNAAD 224 has departed to Abu Dhabi. This PSV is the fourth vessel in a series of 10 which are under construction for ESNAAD, daughter company of ADNOC. The ESNAAD 224, was built at our Foxhol yard under yard number 473.
Succesfull launch of ESNAAD 227
Lobith 25/4/2016 – Last Friday, at 11:00 AM, the ESNAAD 227 – our yard number 476 – was launched successfully at our Lobith shipyard. The ESNAAD 227 is the seventh of ten ships De Hoop has under construction for ESNAAD/ADNOC. In June the ship will sail to Rotterdam for her final outfitting followed by the technical sea trails at the North sea several weeks later.
Esnaad 225 start sea trials
Rotterdam 20/4/2016 – Today, Esnaad 225 started her official sea-trials. Several tests like Fire-Fighting system and Endurance tests will take place on North Sea today and tomorrow. On Friday the vessel will return again to Rotterdam. In several days the ship will leave for homeport Abu Dhabi.
Launch of Esnaad 227 coming Friday
Tolkamer 20/4/2016 – Coming Friday, April 22, the launch of yard number 476 is scheduled for 11.00 hours at our yard in Tolkamer. Public is welcome to visit the shipyard and witness this event from close distance.
De Hoop delivers Amadeus Silver III
Tolkamer 5/4/2016 – Shipyard De Hoop has delivered the Amadeus Silver III, this 135 meter luxury river cruise vessel was built in approximately 9 months and is the 12th ship which De Hoop has designed and built for Lueftner Cruises. This new vessel, with her 84 luxury passenger cabins again has many innovative features and is designed for comfortable cruising on the European waterways. The success of the Amadeus-series will be continued, as the 13th vessel has been ordered by Lueftner Reisen in the mean time. Currently this next project is in the start-up phase.