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Danish Yachts delivers new construction

Danish Yachts delivers new construction

26-08-2014 12:00:00


In a few days the North Jutland shipyard Danish Yachts will deliver the carbon fiber vessel "Lina" to the Norwegian shipping company Odfjell. Lina is of type Swath and will be used to transport personnel and spare parts to wind farms. The 25 meter long vessel is the fifth in a series of passenger vessels in carbon fiber.

"We have managed to reduce weight from 110 to 93.6 tons, and we have moved heavy equipment deeper into the ship, which has improved stability," says sales director Hans Nadolny from Danish Yachts.

Lina has room for 24 passengers and five crewmembers can sail 23 knots even in strong winds while passengers get smooth operation.

In addition to the new crew ships such as Lina Danish Yachts produces motor and sail powered yachts and motor boats and military patrol boats.

Last year, Danish Yachts had a loss of 34.5 million kroner, and the owner, BV Netherlands, created by the late Jørgen Philip-Sørensen, decided to put additional DKK 35 million into the company to ensure continued operation.

Source: nordjyske.dk / Maritime Denmark


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