NEW ORDER FROM REDERIJ GROEN
Scheveningen 25/07/2018 – Shipyard De Hoop is proud to announce a new order. Rederij Groen has purchased a Multifunctional Support and Chase vessel with hybrid propulsion. The vessel-design is based on the hybrid propelled FSIV designs from De Hoop (nominated as “Ship of the year in 2014”) and with this, the design shall be very fuel efficient. This time, the hybrid propulsion system shall be expanded with a so called “chase mode”, in this mode the fuel efficiency is optimised when sailing 5 knots. This is reached by adding a generator and re-programming the hybrid-electric management system. Besides the functionality as a chase vessel, the work deck shall also be equipped with a 12tons Vestdavit for a large workboat and a crane shall be added with over 19 meter reach to allow a wide variety of services. A ship that can go over 20 knots will be a next step in the design of chase vessels, the ship shall be delivered around the end of the year.
HULL ‘CELEBRITY FLORA’ REACHES 50% ASSEMBLY MILESTONE
Tolkamer, 28/6/2018 – With the placement of the 31st section block, the Celebrity Flora hull (our yard number 488) is halfway its erection. When ready, this 7-decks hull of the expedition cruise vessel Celebrity Flora the hull shall be 21 Meters high on our yard’s slipway. The delivery is scheduled for next year, currently the production is in full swing. This shall be a unique vessel, a notable design, we look forward to getting her into the water.
LAST TUG FOR C.O.C. DELIVERED
Foxhol, 07/06/2018 – Yard number 486, the last of a 6 –vessel order from C.O.C.(Kazakhstan) was successfully delivered on June 6th.
All 6 tugboats are now on their way to – or already – in Kazakhstan, and the first ones have commenced their works.
Remarkable note is that the date of delivery of this last push-tugboat in the series, is exactly 12 months after the contract signing. Not a bad throughput time, considering the vessels consisted out of two completely new designs…
CHRISTENING CELEBRATION IN FRONT OF THE ERASMUS BRIDGE
Rotterdam, 22/05/2018 – The two ASD tugboat Raiymbek Batyr and the harbour tug Nauryzbay Batyr have been officially christened at the Spido terminal, in front of the Erasmus bridge. The occasion took place in the presence of his excellency the Ambassador of Kazakhstan as well as the management of COC, their respected clients TCO / Bluewater, representatives of suppliers and subcontractors. After the christening ceremony, the guests were able to go on board the vessels and see the result. After that the whole party enjoyed a lunch whilst cruising through the Rotterdam area. The Kazakh television news net was present to film/report the event. Both COC and De Hoop were happy to receive compliments on their achievement in this project. In the next weeks the last vessel of this 6-vessel order is planned to be delivered.
DE HOOP DELIVERS TWO MORE PUSH-/ TUG-BOATS
Rotterdam, 18/5/2018 – Today at 16 pm the ASD tug Raiymbek Batyr, build in Lobith under yard number 484, was handed over after successfully finishing her sea trial program. Earlier this week, on Wednesday, the harbor tug Nauryzbay Batyr (yard number 485 – build at the Foxhol yard) was delivered. She also performed very well on her trails. Coming Tuesday both vessels will be christened in the Rotterdam harbor area.
BOGENBAY BATYR DELIVERED TO C.O.C.
Rotterdam, 8/5/2018 – Last Friday, the 3rd ASD-tug Bogenbay Batyr was delivered after she successfully performed her trials. The vessel is expected to leave towards the Caspian Sea in the next two days.
YARDNUMBER 483 READY FOR SEA TRIALS
Tolkamer, 29/04/2018 – This morning the Bogenbay Batyr , the 3rd ASD-tug in a series of 4 of this design for Caspian Offshore Constructions, has departed from the Lobith yard. During the next days, the vessel shall perform her trials.
DE HOOP HOISTS FLAG FOR NEW SPIDO ORDER
Foxhol, 18/04/2018 – Today we have proudly hoisted the flag for a new build order for Spido, the lead day-passenger company from Rotterdam. During the last year De Hoop and Spido teams have closely worked together. To design a next generation day passenger vessel with a modern Spido-look De Hoop has cooperated with yacht designer Cor D. Rover. Spido and De Hoop have a long relationship whereby De Hoop has designed and built three vessels for them in the past; the Marco Polo (1995), the Vasco da Gama (1998) and the Abel Tasman (2000). This new ship is intended as a birthday present, as the Spido company will celebrate its 100 year existence next year. Coincidentally, Shipyard De Hoop has its 130 year anniversary next year and also for the yard it feels as a (birthday) present.
TWO HARBOUR TUGS LAUNCHED IN FOXHOL
Foxhol, 17/04/2018 – Today the two shallow draft harbour tugs yard number 485 and 486 were launched at our yard in Foxhol. The vessels were build inside the two shipbuilding halls and today, with the help of Wagenborg Nedlift and Wagenborg Sleepdienst, both vessels were transported outside and lifted into the water. Two vessels launched in one day, both vessels are expected to be delivered in May.
ASD TUG ‘KARASAY BATYR’ DELIVERED TO C.O.C.
Rotterdam, 13/4/2018 – Today at 15hr the ‘Karasay Batyr’, our yard number 482, was delivered to Caspian Offshore Constructions from Kazakhstan. After successful sea trials earlier this week, the second vessel of a series of six tugs for this company is planned to depart early next week.