ESVAGT chooses HAV Design to develop Holland-bound SOV

Norway-based HAV Design has been chosen to develop an offshore wind service operation vessel (SOV) for international SOV owner and operator ESVAGT.

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Unveiling the future of offshore wind

Dive into the video showcasing the 289-foot Service Operation Vessel (SOV) by HAV Design for Crowley-ESVAGT. This joint venture, CREST Wind, positions HAV Design as the first European ship designer to develop an SOV for the U.S. market.

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HAV Design to develop ammonia-fuelled wellboat

Wellboat company North Salmon Service has chosen HAV Design as cooperation partner to develop an ammonia-fuelled wellboat.

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Construction begins on Crowley-Esvagt wind farm service vessel

Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding began construction this week on a 289-foot service operation vessel (SOV) for a Crowley-ESVAGT joint venture that will house and transport technicians to maintain U.S. offshore wind farms. The vessel will be built using the cutting-edge HAV 832 SOV design, and this is the 12th SOV that ESVAGT is developing together with HAV Design.

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HAV Design chosen to develop ESVAGT SOV

HAV Design has been chosen to develop another methanol-fuelled offshore wind service operation vessel (SOV) for ESVAGT.

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Esvagt/Crowley JV chooses HAV Design for US windfarm SOV

CREST, which is Crowley and ESVAGT’s US joint venture, has chosen HAV Design to develop a newbuild service operation vessel (SOV) destined for the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind project.

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HAV Design secures US offshore wind market breakthrough

CREST has chosen HAV Group ASA’s subsidiary HAV Design to develop a newbuild service operation vessel (SOV) destined for a US offshore wind project.

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Hav Design chosen to develop Ørsted and UK-bound methanol-fueled SOV

ESVAGT has chosen HAV Design to develop an offshore wind service operation vessel (SOV) that will service renewable giant Ørsted’s UK East Regional programme.

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Royal Arctic Line takes delivery of two Greenland-based cargo vessels

Royal Arctic Line has taken delivery of two newbuild cargo vessels that will operate in Greenland. HAV Design has designed the vessels.

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Havila Capella tildelt «Next Generation Ship Award»

«Havila Capella» fikk prisen under Nor-Shipping-utstillingen i dag. Skipet er spekket med bærekraftige nyvinninger fra HAV Group-konsernet.

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HAV Design styrker salgsteamet

Jan Magne Goksøyr tiltrer som Vice President Sales i HAV Design

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Major wind research centre kicks off its activities

The NorthWind research centre on wind energy launched its activities yesterday with its first General Assembly

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Zero emissions on the World Heritage fjords

HAV Design has signed a contract for two new battery-powered ferries, which means that the ferries at the gateway to the Geirangerfjord will also be quiet, clean, and green.

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Major modification contract for HAV Design

More than 120 vessels have been built using a HAV design. Now, HAV Design has been awarded its biggest redesign contract to date for major modifications to adapt a ship to changes in the market.

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HAV Design og Norwegian Electric Systems develops the world's most environmentally friendly salmon transporter

HAV Design has developed a live fish carrier with the smallest climate and environmental footprint in the world per kilo of transported salmon. The boat is ordered by Frøy AS and will be put into operation for Cermaq after delivery.

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HAV Group ASA – new group for the green shift in the maritime industry

Four companies with special expertise in digitalisation, energy efficiency and zero-emission solutions in the marine and maritime industry are joining forces in HAV Group ASA

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First reefer vessel delivered to Royal Arctic Line

In 2018, Havyard Design & Solutions won a contract for the delivery of two ship designs to Royal Arctic Line A/S. Reefer vessel design was a new segment for Havyard and the first of the two ships, ‘Siuana Arctica’, has now been delivered from the Astilleros Zamakona yard in Spain.

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New electric ferries become spearhead of unique virtual design tool

Norway's biggest ferry company has ordered two new ferries. They will be the first to benefit fully from HAV OCEAN LAB's new and unique three-step tool to become safer and more environmentally friendly. This could result in considerable savings.

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Zero-emission sightseeing vessels for cities and fjords

New design concept for zero-emission sightseeing vessels.

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