Recently, the mv Bothniaborg has resumed her liner service again after an extensive maintenance period. her fourth special survey. Because the customer had also planned maintenance on its facilities, it was possible to bring forward a large part of the Bothniaborg survey by a year. During this period, the RORO vessel received a variety of maintenance works and updates on the hull, ramp, machinery and systems. These investments guarantee at least five more years of reliable shipping services for our customers. Next year the special survey of the mv Bothniaborg will be finalized.
In this episode, Supervisor Anne Dijkman from Niestern Sander explains what is involved in the preparation of the launch. Meindert Riekelt Kaptein supervised the launching from his tugboat and Fokke Jan Botke (Managing Director Niestern Sander) explains how he experiences this milestone.
Wagenborg Offshore has taken a subsea support vessel into service as Kingsborg. Kingsborg is a custom-made and specialized offshore vessel that will support subsea activities and decommissioning works in the southern North Sea in a long-term agreement with an energy major.
Today, the Easymax 3 vessel was launched successfully at shipyard Royal Niestern Sander. This new building is the successor of the award-winning Egbert Wagenborg and her sister Máxima. The Easymax vessel type is the latest series in our fleet according to our energy efficiency targets.
Recently, the ASD tug Waterstraat has been taken into service again after her third special survey. During a period of maintenance, the 60 ton bollard pull tug boat received a variety of maintenance works and updates on the hull, machinery, equipment and systems. These investments guarantee at least five more years of reliable towing services for our customers.
In this episode, the aft ship of the ship is transported. Royal Niestern Sander director Fokke Jan Botke explains how this was done and invites you to the launch on October 19th. Wagenborg Crew Management director Cees Horvers explains how the crew for EasyMax 3 will be recruited. Stefan Bartlema from Esme Marine BV discusses all the aspects involved in the construction of the accommodation.
In this episode, the main engine is installed. Wagenborg Superintendent Udo Borger explains how this was done, and Nedlift Engineer Daan Rieks explains why this method was chosen. Chris van den Dool from mobile machining company De Wiel Services installed the propeller shaft and discusses all the aspects involved in the process.
The 'Aurora Thunder' is currently undergoing a transformation at shipyard Royal Niestern Sander. This offshore supply vessel is being converted into a multi-purpose offshore vessel. This custom-made and specialized offshore vessel will support subsea activities and decommissioning works in the southern North Sea later this year.