Royal Wagenborg has successfully completed five polar voyages in the Canadian Arctic via the North West Passage with her ice-strengthened vessels Trinityborg, Adriaticborg, Arneborg and the Amstelborg.
Today, the EasyMax 2 vessel was launched successfully at shipyard Royal Niestern Sander. This new building is the successor of the award-winning Egbert Wagenborg, the first EasyMax ship design leading the global Energy Efficiency Design Index!
The bio mass industry is one of the key markets of Wagenborg. Royal wagenborg knows the market for many years and has grown together with many major energy companies. Recently, the MV Exeborg and MV Vlieborg shipped a load of wood chips from the continent to the Baltic.
After a successful test on six vessels, Royal Wagenborg is installing Hatenboer-Water bottle filling stations on another thirty vessels. The taps provide the crew with drinking water, making plastic bottles of water no longer necessary on board.
Recently, the construction of Fryslân Wind Farm on the water started with the installation of the first of the 89 foundation piles into the bottom of the IJsselmeer. Wagenborg is closely involved in this important milestone with its floating crane ‘Triton’.
At the Royal Niestern Sander shipyard, Wagenborg has transported the aft ship section of EasyMax 2 from the construction hall to the quay side. Yard number 851 for Royal Wagenborg and affiliated partners is the second vessel of the type Easymax.