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Coming out of the Caballo as de Oros

Foxhol 21/3/2009 – The build of River Cruise Vessel yardnumber 428 is still on the go, but next vessel, Caballo as de Oros is coming out of the shipbuilding hall. The assembly is well on its way.

105 meter DSV Don Amado delivered

Rotterdam 24/12/2008 – The vessel Don Amado has departed for Mexico. This special vessel with its 300 tons Liebherr crane and accomodation for 250 people shall be used by client Oceanografia to work for PEMEX. Please see the attatched PDF-file for further information.

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Foxhol launches the Amadeus Diamond

Foxhol 13-12-2008 – With the launch of the Amadeus Diamond, De Hoop Foxhol has build her second vessel since the takeover last year. The vessel is on schedule for delivery in March next year.

Hanzevast Shipping contracts Offshore Support Vessel from De Hoop

Tolkamer 14/10/2008 – Financer ‘Hanzevast Shipping’ has ordered a 60 meter offshore support vessel, who they in return shall charter out to Dutch shipowner Noordhoek. The vessel is designed for operations in the North Sea and is planned for delivery in May 2010.

Delivery of yardnumber 423, the Caballo Criollo

Rotterdam 8/7/2008 – The delivery of the 60 meter offshore support vessel “Caballo Criollo” was spectated by quite a few people as the flagging ceremony was conducted by the Mexican ambassador. The vessel is now on her way to Mexico and shall start working for PEMEX upon arrival.

Launching of the Caballo Lusitano

Foxhol 31/5/2008 – Today the launching ceremony took place of the first vessel build at De Hoop Foxhol BV since the takeover august last year. Yardnumber 426, the 60 meter platform supply vessel ‘Caballo Lusitano’ is well on schedule and to see such a vessel at the Windschoterdiep is a very refreshing sight as yards in this area mostly build dry bulk carriers and container vessels.

De Hoop wins an engineering order for Niigata Shipyard

Tolkamer 7/3/2008 – Niigata has awarded De Hoop with an engineering assignment for a 77 meter Diving Support Vessel. This vessel, in its return, is build for Dutch shipowner Hanzevast Shipping, who shall charter the vessel to Noordhoek Offshore. Besides the engineering De Hoop shall also deliver most of the large components and installations to this Japanese Shipyard. The vessel is scheduled for delivery in 2009.

Oceanografia orders six PSV’s from De Hoop

Tolkamer 19/2/2008 – The Mexican offshore contractor Oceanografia SA, de CV has placed an order for six platform supply vessels. The vessels shall be a 6 meter longer sister vessel of yard number 426, the Caballo Lusitano. The two first vessels, yardnumbers 430 and 431 shall be executed as a normal PSV and the 4 other vessels (yard numbers 432/433/434/435) shall be executed with an additional mudplant on deck. The last vessel is sheduled for delivery in 2012.

De Hoop contracts 3rd Diving Support Vessel

Tolkamer 26/1/2008 – Shipyard De Hoop has won the third order for a 105 x 24 meter Diving Support Vessel, similar to the yardnumbers 424 and 425, from client Oceanografia SA, de CV. The vessel is scheduled for delivery end 2010.

Takeover of Foxhol yard

April 2007 – De Hoop and Volharding Shipyards have reached a final agreement concerning the takeover the yard in Foxhol. The said yard is a welcome addition and enables De Hoop to boost capacity for shipbuilding in the Netherlands. From the 6th August 2007 onwards Scheepswerf De Hoop Foxhol BV shall start production at this location in Groningen, The Netherlands. (look at the PDF file for an enlarged photo)

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