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We focus on delivering innovative design and engineering solutions with the best available technologies and performance.

TESTIMONIALS

«NSK Ship Design is professionally strong in several areas in the marine sector. They are solution-oriented, forward-looking and innovative, and carry out their work with great commitment. NSK Ship Design has been invaluable in its work with FjordMAX.»

Karl Erik
Project manager
FjordMAX / Salaks

«With the new wellboats, Nordlaks becomes a pioneer in their ship segment. We have long sought out the use of gas engines for wellboats and hope more people will learn from this and follow suit»

Tommy Johnsen
General manager
NOx fund

SHIPS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

NSK LFC 4300 LNG NB1088 & NB 1089

Ship Owner: Nordlaks
Delivery: 2020 & 2021

NSK PDSV 500 DM (Vikanøy) NB63

Ship Owner: Havbør A/S
Delivery: 2020

NSK GB 12,99 57m3 – 3

Ship Owner: Halgeir Larsen
Delivery: 2020
BN53

NSK GB 12,99 57m3 – 4

Ship Owner: Halgeir Angel
Delivery: 2020
BN54

DELIVERED SHIPS

Havfarm 1

Havfarm 1

Ship Owner: Nordlaks
Delivery: 2020

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In June of 2020 Havfarm 1 was delivered to Ytre Hadseløya in Vesterålen. It will contribute to reduce the climate emissions from Nordlaks. The stationary Havfarm 1 is supplied with electricity from land, and is served by our new hybrid well-boat, delivered at the same time.

Most of the operations is moved from service- and farming boats to the construction’s own track-barren service wagons. When finished, Havfarm 1 will be 385 meters long, 59,5 meters wide and have the capacity to host 10 000 tons of salmon.

It was built in China, but is a Norwegian-developed project. A majority of the suppliers were Norwegian. The Havfarm 1-project will build bridges between international companies, and will contribute to the development within the interfaces of maritime industry and aquaculture.

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Signe

Ship Owner: Åkenes Kystfiske, Odd Lundberg AS and John Einar Engen
Delivery: 2020

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In May of 2020 Signe was delivered to Åkenes Kystfiske AS in Gratangen, and was designet by NSK Ship Design AS. The boat is special in the way that it is constructed as a combination of a  «røkterbåt» and a coastal fishing boat.

The fishing equipment can be lifted so that the fishing boat can be re-rigged as a service vessel. Signe will be fishing cod in the winter and Greenland halibut in the summer, and will the rest of the year be rented out as a service vessel.

The boat has flexible solutions on deck, like yarn binges with a variable height, equipment for recapture dishing and a multi-use setup for the deck crane.

MS Høydal

Ship Owner: NSK Shipping AS
Delived: 2012

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On June 20th, 2012, MS Høydal, the world’s first gas-powered cargo ship, was delivered from the Turkish shipyard Tersan to its final destination in Myre, Norway. Fully equipped with high-tech Rolls Royce Bergen engines and a 2,200-ton load capacity, the vessel is set to serve fish farming facilities in Vesterålen, Norway. The production of M/S Høydal represents a giant leap in the direction of incentivizing the production of environmentally friendly cargo vessels, as well as a broader desire for sustainable aquaculture. Thanks to unique high-efficiency, low-emission engine technology, gas-powered vessels like the Høydal allow for upwards of 90% less NOx emissions.

 The vessel hosts a crew of 5 plus an intern.

FV Flobjørn

Ship Owner: Utvik Senior AS
Delivery: 2018

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In March 2016, FV Flobjørn, replacing its predecessor Solskjær, was delivered from the Turkish shipyard Özata, to its Norwegian base at Senjahopen. The ship belongs to the category of small trawlers, clocking in just under 20 meters in length. The trawler will primarily be used for cod and halibut fishing. Powering this rather small vessel is a powerful Yanmar engine with a 610kW power output. On deck sits a 13-meter tall crane with a 440kg load capacity, allowing for transportation of large quantities of fish.

 “It’s a rather small boat, and some might even call it a miniature trawler. But that’s probably meant as a joke”, says CEO Terje André Hansen of Båragutt AS, for whom the boat was built.

MS Martin H

Ship Owner: Seaworks AS
Delived: 2013

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On November 22nd, 2012, MS Martin H was delivered from Cemre Marin Endustri in Altinova, Turkey, to its final destination at Seaworks AS in Harstad, Norway. The vessel is classified as a bulk carrier whose function is to facilitate excavation projects and unloading at sea. Seaworks AS is one of the first Norwegian shipowners to begin the process of renewing its fleet of bulk carriers, an important step towards a profitable and sustainable maritime market.

Martin H features an on-deck excavator, as well as a conveyor belt whose range extends an impressive 20 meters beyond the bow. Under the deck lies a powerful 739kW Wärtsilä engine, as well as two supporting Volvo Penta D16 engines. The total length of the ship is 111,6 meters.

FV Meybell

Ship Owner: Stig Meyer
Delivery: 2019

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In May, 2019, the FV Meybell was delivered to its harbor in Måsøy, Norway. Classified as an allround fishing vessel, Meybell features technology for both seine, line, lobster, and crab fishing. The construction of this vessel represents a cross-cultural collaboration; the frame came from Belgium, went through welding in China, and ended at a final assembly in Grovfjord, Norway. As with its predecessor, the FV Sofie, Meybell sports a 500HP Scania DI13 engine, delivered by Nogva Motorfabrikk AS.

The powerful crane on deck was delivered by Damgaard Fishing. All remaining deck equipment, including winches, capstans, and triple blocks, was provided by Lorentzen Hydraulics.

MF Gildeskål

Ship Owner: Torghatten Nord
Delived: 2001

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Information coming.

MF Fykan

Ship Owner: Torghatten Nord
Delived: 2001

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Information coming.

MF Julsund

Ship Owner: Fjord 1 ASA
Delivery: 2004

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On December 31st, 2004, the MF Julsund, Aker Aukra AS’ 111th  build, was delivered to its final destination at Møre og Romsdal Fylkesbåtar AS. The ferry is the newest addition to the Aukra-Hollingsholm service. It measures in at approximately 84 meters from bow to stern and can fit a maximum of 87 cars, a 100% increase in service capacity.

In previous years, the service has not been able to fit all the cars wishing to board, much to the dismay of the local population. The Julsund features revolutionary technology, including high-tech propelling that allows for unmatched maneuverability. Below deck lies four powerful Volvo Penta diesel engines, each with a maximum efficiency of 404kW. The ferry will begin service effective immediately.  

MS Nyksund

Ship Owner: NSK Shipping AS
Delivery: 2017

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On October 6th, 2017, MS Nyksund, NSK Shipping’s third completed build, was delivered from the Turkish shipyard Tersan. As with its somewhat smaller predecessor, the MS Høydal, Nyksund features state-of-the-art, gas-powered technology, and is fully equipped with 2160kW Rolls Royce engines. Featuring a large mechanic crane with a 50-ton capacity, the vessel is set to supply fish farming facilities with bulk orders of fish feed. The production of MS Nyksund represents a continuation in BioMar’s shift towards environmentally friendly cargo vessels, as well as a broader desire for sustainable aquaculture. Thanks to the increased total load capacity of the Nyksund, 200 m3/t, transportation of fish feed will become more cost-efficient and environmentally friendly.

The vessel holds a crew of 7, and offers amenities such as an on-board gym, sauna, and lounge area. 

MS Helene H

Ship Owner: Seaworks AS
Delivery: 2013

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Information coming.

FV Sofie

Ship Owner: Sofie Svolvær AS
Delivery: 2018

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On February 2nd, 2018, FV Sofie was delivered to its harbor in Svolvær, Norway. The 13-meter long fishing boat, purchased by Brødrene Karlsen, is built solely on round edges, and does not feature the traditional hard chine commonly found on boats of similar size and function.

The ship manufacturer behind Sofie, Grovfjord Båtbyggeri, chose not to outsource any aspects of the build, and instead tailored both the interior and exterior at their on-premise location to fit the needs of their client. As a result, the boat features craftsmanship at the highest level, from solid oak doors, to comfortable and space-efficient lounging areas.

Under the hood lies a powerful Scania DI13 engine with a 500HP performance limit. Sofie is the manufacturer’s first from-scratch build since 1980, as its primary focus has been restoration and reparation work.

MF Rebbenesøy

Ship Owner: Torghatten Nord
Delived: 2011

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On September 24th, 2011, the MF Rebbenesøy was delivered from its construction site in Gdansk, Poland, to its final destination in Karlsøy, Norway, where it will be operating on local and regional ferry services. Rebbenesøy is the Polish shipyard’s first of two ferry builds and is also the first new build to enter the region’s ferry service since 2002.

Powered by two Volvo D16 engines, the ferry holds a maximum of 48 passenger and 16 cars. As an ode to the local communities and in a somewhat unconventional twist, the name was chosen through a local naming competition. The ferry is scheduled to run for a minimum term of 10 years. Rebbenesøy joins Torghatten’s fleet of 48 ferries and will most certainly become a trusted partner for locals commuting to and from the region’s industrial areas.  

MF Vengsøy

Ship Owner: Torghatten Nord
Delived: 2011

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On November 3rd, 2011, the MF Vengsøy, Remontowa Shipyard’s 611th build, was delivered to its final destination in Tromsø, Norway. Featuring a characteristic round bow and stern, panoramic windows, and comfortable seating, the ferry is sure to be a crowd-pleaser during the tourist-heavy summer months. Under the deck lies a powerful 900kW Caterpillar C32 engine. The Vengsøy replaces its predecessor, the Karlsøy, and will cover Torghatten Nord’s Belvik-Vengsøy service located just outside Tromsø. This build is one of four ferries scheduled to be delivered from Remontowa shipyard and is part of Torghatten’s recent efforts to renew its fleet. “May fortune and luck be with you and your crew”, said former mayor Britt Skinstad Nordlund during the christening of the new ferry.

Harøy

Ship Owner: Fjord 1 ASA
Delivery: 2006

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On February 22nd, 2006, the MF Harøy was delivered from Aker Yards AS to its final destination at Møre og Romsdal Fylkesbåtar AS. This is the shipyard’s 117th build. The ferry measures 67 meters from bow to stern and has a maximum capacity of 146 passengers plus 36 cars.

As the area in which the ferry operates frequently experiences rough seas, the Harøy has been equipped with a fortified stern that can withstand high waves and other exposed weather conditions. Powering the ferry is four Volvo Penta diesel engines, each with a maximum efficiency of 404kW.

On deck we find state-of-the-art safety equipment, including Flexi-Foam fire extinguishers, four emergency rafts, and a Man-Over-Board rescue boat. With the MF Harøy, Møre og Romsdal Fylkesbåtar AS increases its capacity by 50% on the Brattvåg-Dryna-Fjortoft-Harøy service.

MF Dryna

Ship Owner: Fjord 1 ASA
Delivery: 2005

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On December 17th, 2005, the MF Dryna, Aker Aukra AS1 116th build, was delivered to Fjord1 in Møre og Romsdal, Norway. The ferry measures in at approximately 68 meters in length from bow to stern, 14 meters in width, and holds a total of 146 passenger and 35 cars.

Dryna replaces its predecessor, the Smøla, on the Brattvåg-Dryna-Fjørtoft-Harøya service, and subsequently increases the service capacity by nearly 50%. With a sturdy construction and fortified stern, Dryna is sure to be a reliable commuter ferry in all weather conditions.

Under the hood lies 4 Volvo Penta diesel engines, each with an approximate efficiency of 550hp. On deck sits four high-tech Brude Safety evacuation systems, as well as a Man-Over-Board rescue vessel. The ferry will begin service effective immediately.