NEW ORDER FOR SHIPYARD DE HOOP
Tolkamer 13/3/2017 – Shipyard De Hoop has received a new order from Lüftner Cruises for a 135 meter river cruise vessel, to be delivered for next year season. This vessel will be the 14th order in a long lasting and successful relationship between both companies. With this parties shall continue to make next steps in further developing the cruising concept as was developed for the Amadeus Silver series.
AMADEUS PROVENCE PERFORMS AT RIVER TRIALS
5/3/2017 – On this Friday the Amadeus Provence has successfully completed her river trials. During the trials, not only the speed and manoeuvrability of the vessel was tested and proven, also the noise and vibrations were measured. The vessel turned out to be a very quiet ship. All other tests were also finished with success. During the next weeks the final finishing’s shall be done and after this the vessel is planned to be transported to the south of France.
DE HOOP DELIVERS 10TH PSV TO ESNAAD
22/2/2017 – Shipyard De Hoop has delivered the10th PSV to their client ESNAAD. With this the yard has finalised a challenging and large order, all within the given total time-limit. Whilst the first delivery has now been operational for almost one year, we are happy to report that its operations have been quite successful. The first keel was laid in December 2014 and since that time De Hoop has delivered 17 vessels.
ENGINEERING ORDERS COMPLETED FOR KAZAKHSTAN
8/2/2017 – In September last year, De Hoop received two engineering orders from Caspian Offshore Constructions, Kazakhstan for specialized ice class shallow draft tugboats in two different propulsion versions. Since that time, De Hoop engineering team has been working behind the scenes on such design. These concepts are based on a proven design, the earlier build Iskander and Alpamys (yard numbers 419 and 420), but now with a significant higher bollard pull and several other innovative features allowing low OPEX cost (maintenance / fuel consumption, etc.) and a high reliability in the sometimes harsh conditions. The designs are now taken to a next level with incorporating the experiences of the previous vessels as well as the client specific wishes for this particular project. Presentation of these designs is awaited soon.
AMADEUS PROVENCE LAUNCHED
Lobith 7/2/2017 – Today, at 10:30 AM, the 110 meter river cruise vessel Amadeus Provence has been launched. The vessel, currently build under yard number 480, is entering the outfitting stages and testing / commisioning will start in the next weeks. Amadeus Provence is scheduled to be delivered in March, whereafter she will be transported to France.
TENTH ESNAAD PSV DEPARTS FROM DE HOOP FOXHOL
Foxhol 12/01/2017 – Today at 7:15 AM, the ESNAAD 230 departed from our yard in Foxhol. This last vessel in the 10-ship order for ESNAAD shall now commence the final stages, being the seatrials, which shall be conducted over the course of next week.
ESNAAD 229 ON HER WAY TO ABU DHABI
Tolkamer 03/01/2017 – After the succesfull trials and delivery early December, the 9th PSV for ESNAAD has finally departed on the 23th December on her way to Abu Dhabi. At this moment she is on the Mediterranean Sea, next stop Port Said and thereafter heading to Abu Dhabi, planned to arrive at the end of this month.
ESNAAD 229 PERFORMS ON SEATRIALS
Rotterdam 22/11/2016 – The next generation Platform Supply Vessel ‘Esnaad 229’ has shown a succesfull performance on the first day of her seatrials. This 9th vessel in the 10-ship-order from Abu Dhabi National Oil Company is again finished on time, ready for the client to take her to the UAE where its work is waiting.
ESNAAD 228 ON HER WAY TO ABU DHABI
Foxhol 16/11/2016 – Today, after succesfull sea trials in the previous weeks, ‘ESNAAD 228’ is on her way to her homeport Abu Dhabi where she will arrive in a few weeks. ‘ESNAAD 228’ was the second last of a series of ten vessels the yard in Foxhol will deliver.
ESNAAD 229 ARRIVED IN ROTTERDAM
Tolkamer 02/11/2016 – Today, ESNAAD 229, number 9 in a series of ten ESNAAD-vessels build by De Hoop Shipyards has departed from the Tolkamer-yard and arrived safely in Rotterdam where she will be prepared for the coming sea trials.