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New Order : # 433 ’Aine’​

17.06.2015​

Joseph Doherty from Ireland has placed an order for the newbuilding of a 56,20 m pelagic trawler with Karstensens Skibsværft. New Aine is scheduled for delivery in September 2017. The hull will be build at Nauta Shipyard, Gdansk, og is expected to arrive in Skagen in January 2017. Aine will be newbuilding no. 433 and is sistership to NB # 424.​

Main dimensions:

Length overall: 56,20 m

Breadth moulded: 12,50 m​

Depth shelter deck: 7,80 m​

See pictures and more details about AINE here: /en/newbuildings/vessels-on-order/newbuilding-433-aine.html​

#425 ASTRID delivered

20.07.2014​

Karstensens Newbuilding no. 425 ASTRID was delivered for owners 19.07.2014. The delivery was celebrated Saturday at the harbour in Skagen but sailed Sunday morning to Sweden to be presented to the home port of the owners.

See Photos and details about Astrid here: Nybygning 425 - Astrid

New Order: No. 430 ’BEINUR’

28.05.2014​

Owners Beinur has placed an order for a 78,00 m Purser / Trawler with Karstensens Skibsværft.

The vessel will be a top modern pelagic purser / trawler containing all the newest equipment and machinery. The vessel is a result of an extensive and close cooperation between owners and yard.

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Fishing Company Beinur had its beginnings in Fishing Company Expo, which Virgar Tindskard entered into in 1975. Same owners operated the renowned Expo for many years. This ship was built as Vestminningur II in 1967, also with Virgar Tindskard a bord. Tindskard family took over ownership in 1998 and bought the first Beinur in 2001, and excisting Beinur in 2006. Excisting vessel was bought as Christina S, and will continue to fish the company’s quotas until new vessel will be ready.

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Today the fishing company is run by Fridalv Tindskard, together with his brother Runi, his sister Elin and Gunnar Nolsø. Though Virgar Tindskard is still partner in the company. Fridalv Tindskard and gunnar nolsø will continue as skippers at the new vessel.

Karstensen Skibsværft is delighted with this new contract, which only emphasizes the yards position as the prime builder of larger pelagic fishing vessels. Like other pelagic newbuildings currently under construction at Karstensens Skibsværft new Beinur is also in-house designed. Karstensens Skibsværft has for the time being orders for no less than 6 pelagic vessels to be delivered throughout the next 2 years. Karstensens Skibsværft offers a complete concept, where all solutions are optimized and tailormade to customer specifications and requirements. Karstensens is independent of all suppliers, which makes such an optimization very flexible.

Owners and yard have a well-established and long-standing relationship.

Eg. The delivery of newbuilding Beinur will be marking a 20 year anniversary of a big conversion Karstensens did on the old Expo! Design of new Beinur is result of a very close cooperation between Owners and yard. New Beinur will be a top-modern purser/trawler, where an extensive focus has been set on optimizing working, safety and comfort for the crew. The ship will be outfitted with all the newest machinery and equipment, and suppliers have been chosen carefully to match specification and requirements.

New BEINUR is scheduled for delivery in July 2016. Price indication: DKK 215 m / EUR 29 m.

Main dimensions:

Length overall 78,00 m

Breadth moulded 15,50 m

Depth shelter deck 9,20 m

Other Equipment:

Winch system Ibercisa

Propeller plant 1 x 950 kW

Nedsænkbar kombi-thruster 1 x 800 kW

RSW-plant 2 x 1100 kW

Vacuum pump 4 x 66 kW / 2 x 4200 l tank

For more information about this vessel, please refer to: /en/newbuildings/vessels-on-order/newbuilding-430-beinur.html

New Order: No. 429 ‘RUTH’

20.12.2013

Owners Ruth A/S has placed an order for a 87,80 m Purser / Trawler with Karstensen Shipyard.

The vessel will be a top modern pelagic purser / trawler containing all the newest equipment and machinery. The vessel is a result of an extensive and close cooperation between owners and yard. Advisors and bank relations of both yard and owners have also contributed advantageous to an effective decision process.

To the best knowledge of both owners and yard new Ruth will be the first vessel of its kind equipped for fishing 2 trawls / twin-rig. Accordingly the vessel will be equipped with 3 trawl winches, 4 net drums and 2 fish pump positions at the stern. Like the other vessels, currently under construction at Karstensen Shipyard, also newbuilding will be in-house designed.

Fishing company Ruth Ltd was established in 1988 by Gullak Madsen with 2 partners, by means of the purchase of Arica I (now Dona Maria/Chile). This vessel was renamed "Ruth", and present vessel is number 4 with same name. Current skippers. Ole Nattestad and Mikkjael Godtfred on existing "Ruth" will also take command of the new vessel.

Owners and yard have a well-established and long-standing relationship. It has been of high importance to the owners, to have full influence throughout the design process, in order for the vessel to be customized to fit the requirements of the owners, focusing on innovative solutions creating a safe and comfortable working environment onboard. Both owners and yard are looking forward to get started with the building process. The concept of Ruth is considered to be both economically and technically very attractive.

With regards to choice of suppliers, owners has focussed on innovation, quality and reliability. There new vessel will include a large number of danish supplies, many of which are actually very local in the Jutland area. The main engine will be a (german-built, but danish handled) MAN 8L32/44 CR delivering 4800 kW. This will, as a matter of fact, be the first MAN common-rail main engine ordered for the danish fishing fleet. Auxiliary engines will be of type Cummins, supplied by local company Østergaard. Johnson Controls (danish subsidiary: Sabroe) will supply RSW-plant and Iras will supply vacuum unloading system.

Karstensen Shipyard is delighted with this new contract, which only emphasizes the yards position as the prime builder of larger pelagic fishing vessels. During last 2 years Karstensen Shipyard has delivered 9 pelagic fishing vessels (Gollenes, Paula, Leinebjørn, Havsnurp, Cattleya, Rogne, Asbjørn Selsbane and Herøyhav): With new Ruth the order book comprises 6 vessels (of which 5 are pelagic fishing vessels) be delivered during the next 2 years.

New Ruth is scheduled for delivery in March 2016. Price indication: DKK 250 m / 34m EUR.

Main dimensions:

Length overall

87,80 m

Length between pp

80,80 m

Breadth moulded

16,60 m

Depth main deck

9,60 m

Depth shelter deck

6,80 m

For more information about this vessel please refer to: /en/newbuildings/vessels-on-order/newbuilding-429-ruth.html

New order: Newbuilding no. 424 – Western Viking

11.12.2013

Karstensens Skibsværft has signed a contract with FD Premier Fishing, Frank Doherty, in Donegal, Ireland for the building of a 56,20 meter long pelagic trawler. The vessel will be named Western Viking, newbuilding no. 424, and is the third vessel built for this owner by Karstensens Skibsværft.

Frank Doherty is a well-known and long established owner in the Irish pelagic fleet, and Karstensen Skibsværft is honored to have been trusted to build another Western Viking to Frank Doherty.

The new vessel will have an overall length of 56,20 a beam of 12,50 m and depth to shelter deck of 7,80 metre and is scheduled for delivery in September 2016.

Main dimensions of vessel:

Length overall

56,20 m

Breadth moulded

12,50 m

Depth shelter deck

7,80 m

Technical data:

Winches

​Karmöy

Cranes

​Karmöy

Propeller Plants

Man

RSW-plant

Johnson Controls (York)

Vacuum pump

Iras  

For further details regarding this vessel refer to: Newbuilding 424 - Western Viking

Newbuilding No. 426 "HAUGAGUT"

02.07.2013

The Norwegian owners Haugagut AS has ordered a 69,95 m purser / pelagic trawler at Karstensens Skibsværft A/S

Karstensens Skibsværft is delighted with this new contract, which will be the first vessel to be delivered for the Austevoll area.

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The vessel is to be delivered in April 2015 For further details regarding this vessel refer to: Newbuilding 426 - Haugagut

New order - # 427 Kvannøy​

Nyholmen AS (Birger Dahl) has ordered a 77,25 Purser / trawler at Karstensens Skibsværft. The vessel is scheduled for delivery in June 2015.

The new "Kvannøy" will have an overall length of 77,25 m, a beam of 15,20 m and depth to shelter deck of 9,20 m. The vessel will be a top modern purser / trawler. The design is result of owners and shipyard close mutual cooperation and reflects focus on innovative solutions securing efficiency, comfort, safety and reliability. New Kvannøy is the owner’s third new built vessel since 2000.

Nyholmen AS is a subsidiary company of Hansen Dahl Fishery, who was established in 1991 by Dag Hansen and Birger H. Dahl. Today company is owned and run by the Dahl family, where Birger H. Dahl runs the administration and Birger Dahl Junior is taking care of the operation of the vessels, hereby as skipper on Kvannøy. Nyholmen is working combined trawl- and purse net fisheries, with trawling mainly focused on blue whiting west of Ireland. Other species being targeted are mainly herring and mackerel, which are caught in the purse net. The new vessel will be operating according to same principles.

Karstensens Skibsværft is delighted with this new contract. During the last years Karstensens Skibsværft has delivered 7 pelagic vessels (Christina E, Gollenes, Paula, Leinebjørn, Havsnurp, Cattleya and Rogne) and will, with this contract for building new Kvannøy, confirm the position as market leaders in this region by having 5 fishing vessels for delivery during the next 2 years.

Have a look at details and 3D photos here: Newbuilding 427 - Kvannøy

Newbuilding # 421 ”Asbjørn Selsbane” delivered

23.09.2013​

Tuesday 19. September 2013, newbuilding nr. 421 "Asbjørn Selsbane", was handed over to owner Andreas Hansen. 


Saturday morning ship and crew left Skagen. First stop on her way home will be at Ålesund, where the processing machinery will be tested at Optimar. Hereafter the ship will go home to Tromsø.

The namening ceremony will take place at Sommarøya on 28th September

Karstensens Skibværft wishes "Asbjørn Selsbane" a safe journey back home

# 420 “CATTLEYA” delivered

12.02.2013

​Tuesday 12. February 2013, newbuilding nr. 420 "Cattleya", a 69.90 pelagic trawler was handed over to Flemming Pedersen, Esberg, Denmark from Karstensen Shipyard.

For Photos and specifications have a look at:

# 419 "HAVSNURP"  

26.09.2012

Newbuilding no. 419 "Havsnurp" was handed over Havsnurp AS​(Kjell Inge Hole & Karstein Stølen) on 13th September 2012

#425 "ASTRID"  

03.07.2012

The Johansson family of Roro (Sweden) / Skagen (Denmark) has ordrered a 69,95 m purser / pelagic trawler. The new vessel will be a hull sister to #423.

The hull is expected to Skagenin May 2013 and the vessel is to be deliveres in October 2013.

Link: /nybygning/skibe-i-ordre/nybygning-425-astrid.html

#418 "LEINEBJØRN"

12.06.2012

Newbuilding no. 418 "Leinebjørn" was handed over Kurt & Andreas Leine on 12th June 2012

#416 "SANNA"

14.03.2012

Newbuilding no. 416 "Sanna" was handed over to Goverment of Greenland (Greenland Institute og Natural Resources) on 14th March 2012.

For further details on the vessel, please refere to: /dk/nybygning/diverse-fiskefartoejer/nybygning-416-sanna.html

Article from Sermitsiaq: http://sermitsiaq.ag/node/123510

#417 "PAULA"    

01.02.2011

Thursday 1 December 2011, newbuilding 417 ”Paula” was handed over to owner Michael (Mick) Doyle, Killybegs, Irland from Karstensen Shipyard. The vessel was launched ny Mrs Paula Doyle (who is also a director in Doyle Fishing Co Ltd) at an informal ceremony on Saturday 3 December 2011. During the last week, the crew has been busy getting all the fishing gear rigged onboard, and ”Paula” is expected head directly for the fishing grounds already Monday 5 December.

The hull for ”Paula” was built in Gdansk, Poland, and arrived in Skagen mid-July, and now, after only 4½ months outfitting-time, she is all ready for fishing.

The owners are working a traditional pelagic trawl fishing, with mackerel and horse mackerel being main species of target. The new vessel will be operating according to same principles.

​“Paula”s predecessor was built in 1994, and sold to Norway in the spring of 2011. Coincidentally, this vessel was, under its new name “Rottingoy” in Skagen to discharge, at the same day, as new “Paula” was launched ! The new vessel has an overall length of 62,60 m, a beam of 12,80 m and depth to shelter deck of 7,80 m. The vessel is a sistership to Karstensen build 415 “Gollenes”, which was delivered to Norwegian owners in September 2011.

Mick Doyle is well-known and long established owner/skipper in the Irish pelagic fleet. Mr Doyle took delivery of his first new-built vessel (“Venture”) in 1971. This vessel followed predecessors ”Primula” and ”Marie Avril”. Skipper Doyles fourth command and second newbuilding was “Paula” in 1980, followed by another “Paula” in 1994. Mr Doyle retired from sea some years ago, leaving the helm in the capable hands of Tom Doyle (not related), who will also be in command of the new vessel. Onboard is also Mr Doyles son, Michael, who is currently training for his skippers ticket.

The yard is grateful for the trust Mick Doyle has shown by placing this order with us. The cooperation with Owners, skipper and crew has been

With this, latest delivery, half of the pelagic fleet in Killybegs has been built with Karstensen Shipyard...

#415 "GOLLENES"    

28.09.2011

Saturday 24 September 2011 newbuilding 415 from Karstensen Shipyard was named ”Gollenes”. Godmother at the namening ceremony was Maria Kvalsvik, daughter of skipper Frode Kvalsvik, who is the one half of the owning company, Kvalsvik & Ose.

Now only the final touches is missing, before ”Gollenes” can set sail for Norway. Expected time of departure is Wednesday 28 September. The vessel will then sail to its homeport of Fosnvaag for a presentation. Hereafter she will continue to Egersund for taking onboard fishing gear.

Link: http://www.karstensens.dk/en/newbuildings/vessels-on-order/newbuilding-415-gollenes.html

#415 ”GOLLENES” – LAUNCHED IN POLAND 18 MARCH 2011    

18.03.2011

The hull for Karstensen Shipyards newbuilding 415 ”Gollenes” was sucessfully side-launched from the slipway at Northern Shipyard in Gdansk, Poland, Friday 18 March, at 11.00 am.

Now only the last jobbies, such as lifting down machinery and other main equipment, as well as mounting of (pre-fabricated) superstructure, wheelhouse and masts, remains. The hull is expetced to be ready for towage towards Skagen on 1 April 2011.

”Gollenes” is ordered by norwegian owners Asbjørn Ose and Frode Kvalsvik from Fosnavåg.

Link: http://www.karstensens.dk/en/newbuildings/vessels-on-order/newbuilding-415-gollenes.html

NEWBUILDING NO. 418 "LEINEBJØRN"

21.09.2011

Owners Leinebjørn AS has ordered a new 67,50 m Purser / Trawler at Karstensen Shipyard. The vessel is scheduled for delivery 15 May 2012.

Ownership consists of brothers Andreas and Kurt Leine, who took over the family run business in 1997, and had the present “Leinebjørn” built in 2001. The owners are working a combined trawl- and purse net fisheries, with trawling mainly focused on blue whiting west​of Ireland. Other species being targeted are mainly herring and mackerel, which are caught in the purse net. The new vessel will be operating according to same principles.

It can be noted, that the Leine-family has owned a “Leinebjørn” since 1901, so it is two long-established companies, that will be working together on this new project, as Karstensen Shipyard was founded in 1917, and is still in the ownership of the Karstensen-family.

The new vessel will have an overall length of 67,50 m, a beam of 13,50 m and depth to shelter deck of 8,80 m.

Main engine will be a Caterpillar C280-12, at 3000 kW, similar to Caterpillar engine on existing “Leinebjørn”. Gearbox and propeller plant (ø4000 mm) will be supplied by Scana Volda. Auxiliary engines will also be supplied by Caterpillar.

Deck machinery; winches and cranes will be supplied by Karmøy Winch.

RSW-cooling machinery (2 x 945 kW) and unloading system, together with control system will be supplied by MMC.

Karstensen Shipyard are delighted with this new contract, which only emphasizes the yards position in building of larger fishing vessels in Scandinavia. The quality of the Karstensen-vessels are noted and appreciated by not only costumers but also sub-contractors. In addition the yard offers a service and attention , which historical seen results in long-standing continuous relationships with the costumers.

Link: http://www.karstensens.dk/en/newbuildings/vessels-on-order/newbuilding-418-leinebjoern.html

NEWBUILDING NO. 417 "PAULA"    

20.09.2011

Owners Doyle Fishing Company Ltd has ordered a new 62,60 m Pelagic Trawler at Karstensen Shipyard. The vessel is scheduled for delivery 1 November 2011.

Ownership consists of the Doyle family of Killybegs, Ireland, headed by Michael (Mick) Doyle. The vessel is named after Mrs Doyle, who is also a director in the company.

Mick Doyle is well-known and long established owner/skipper in the Irish pelagic fleet. Mr Doyle took delivery of his first new-built vessel (“Venture”) in 1971. This vessel followed predecessors ”Primula” and ”Marie Avril”. Skipper Doyles fourth command and second newbuilding was “Paula” in 1980, followed by another “Paula” in 1994. Mr Doyle retired from sea several years ago, leaving the helm in the capable hands of Tom Doyle (not related), who will also be in command of the new vessel. Onboard is also Mr Doyles son, Michael, who is currently training for his skippers ticket.

The owners are working a traditional pelagic trawl fishing, with mackerel and horse mackerel being main species of target. The new vessel will be operating according to same principles.

The new vessel will have an overall length of 62,60 m, a beam of 12,80 m and depth to shelter deck of 7,80 m. The vessel will be very similar in design to yard number 415 “Gollenes”.

Main engine will be a Caterpillar C280-12, at 3000 kW, similar to Caterpillar engine on existing “Paula”. Gearbox and propeller plant (ø3800 mm) will be supplied by Scana Volda. Auxiliary engines will also be supplied by Caterpillar.

Deck machinery; winches and cranes will be supplied by Karmøy Winch.

Karstensen Shipyard are delighted with this new contract. The yard has a long standing connection with Irish owners, having built a total of 8 pelagic vessels to the Killybegs fleet. In addition another 2 Karstensen built vessels has been purchased second-hand, and are now Irish registered. All of the above mentioned deliveries are now also regular costumers in the shipyard for maintenance jobs. Obviously this has been noted by Mr Doyle who draw the conclusion that “it cant be all bad what they are doing in Skagen, since the vessels keeps going back ”…

Link:http://www.karstensens.dk/en/newbuildings/vessels-on-order/newbuilding-417-paula.html

NEWBUILDING NO. 410 "VOYAGER"  

09.08.2010

Newbuilding no. 410 was handed over to Arnold and Ruburt Mc Cullough, Voyager Fishing Company Ltd., Kilkeel, Northern Ireland on 9th August 2010.

For further details on the vessel, please refere to: /en/newbuildings/pelagic-trawlers/newbuilding-410-voyager.html

​REBUILDING/LENGTHENING OF "OCEAN LAURA"

14.07.2010

Per Lund-Hansen and Kristian Barslund Jensen, owners of ”Ocean Laura” have awarded Karstensen Shipyard with a contract to lengthen and rebuild the 24m trawler R 231 ”Ocean Laura”.

It is with great pleasure, we can announce, that Karstensen Shipyard has secured another lengthening/re-building assignment. This time it will be ”Ocean Laura” of Nexo (on the baltic island of Bornholm) who is going to be lengthened by 6m. In addition a whaleback is to be fitted, and existing wheelhouse will be raised in order to increase accommodation facilities. The vessels catch handling system will also be modified, all in a plan to improve working environment onboard and to put additional focus on the fish handling and its quality.

The order was awarded to Karstensen Shipyard in tough competition with amongst others, foreign yards.

The rebuilding is scheduled to take place in October – December 2010.

Link: http://www.karstensens.dk/en/repairs-conv/ongoing-projects/rebuilding-lengthening-of-ocean-laura-2010.html

REBUILDING/LENGTHENING OF "BORKUMRIFT"

04.05.2010

HM 128 ”Borkumrif” arrived at the yard on Tuesday 4 May 2010, to commence a major conversion- The conversion includes: Lengthening by 6,0 m, fitting of new, 3-bladed propeller with adjoining rudder nozzle, raising and moving of wheelhouse, partly renewal of accommodation area, shifting existing trawl winches in order to arrange a much large trawl handling deck, delivery and fitting of 2 new net drums, complete replacing of gallow arrangement etc.

The job is scheduled for completion 29 July 2010.

”Borkumrif” was delivered as KS-newbuilding 383 to Dan & Flemming Nielsen in April 2001.

http://www.karstensens.dk/en/repairs-conv/ongoing-projects/rebuilding-lengthening-of-borkumrif-2010.html

NEWBUILDING 192 "TRONDUR I GØTU"

22.03.2010

Newbuilding no. 192 was handed over to Faroese Owner P/F Hvamm, Gøtu, Faroe Islands on 22th March 2010.

For further details on the vessel, please refere to: /dk/nybygning/pelagiske-fiskefartoejer/nybygning-192-trondur-i-goetu.html

NEW WEBSITE

01.11.2009

The yard has a new website

​NEWBUILDING 192

17.08.2009

The hull for the new "Trondur i Göte" arrived from Poland August 17th and the shipyard has now started the outfitting work.

NEWBUILDING 406

03.05.2009

​Newbuilding 406 ”Tobis” returns to harbor after having completed a successful technical trail in the waters of Skagen. Speed and maneuvering-/turning capabilities was thoroughly tested with very good results. The low noise level (50-55 db(A)) was obvious to all participants.

For further details on the vessel, please refere to: Newbuilding 406 - Tobis

DELIVERY OF NEWBUILDING 408  

12.12.2008

Newbuilding no. 408 was handed over to Danish Owner Gitte Henning A/S, Owner Mr. Henning Kjeldsen, Thyborøn on 12th December 2008.

The new vessel replaces the owners previous "Gitte Henning", which was built in 2000.

For further details on the vessel, please refere to: Newbuilding 408 - Gitte Henning

DELIVERY OF NEWBUILDING 404 AND 405

03.07.2008

Newbuildings 404 ”Harvester” and 405 ”Ocean Harvest” left Skagen Harbour on Thursday 3 July. The 2 vessels headed straight for the fishing grounds, and are expected to be landing in their homeport of Peterhead on Friday 11 July.

Onboard, for this shake-down trip is amongst others Robert Stephen Son, father of the 2 skipper/owners John and Brian Stephen. Also onboard is John George Buchan from Lunar Fishing Co.

For further details on the 2 vessels, please refere to: Newbuilding 404 - Harvester  Newbuilding 405 - Ocean Harvest

LAUNCHING OF NEWBUILDINGS 404 AND 405

26.06.2008

Friday 26 June 2008 Zoë Stephen and Zara Stephen respectively named newbuilding 404 “Harvester” and 405 ”Ocean Harvest” in Skagen Harbour.

The godmothers are respectively daughters of brothers John and Brian Stephen, Peterhead, Scotland, who are skipper and part-owners of the 2 new vessels.

At the launching, Lunar Fishing was also represented . Lunar Fishing is the other party behind the newly formed company Lunar Harvest, which will own and operate the 2 vessels.

The vessels are expected to be finally handed over on 1 July 2008.

NEWBUILDING 408 "GITTE HENNING"  

03.06.2008

The hull for the new "Gitte Henning" arrived from Poland June 2nd and the shipyard has now started the outfitting work.

Newbuilding 408 - Gitte Henning

NEWBUILDINGS 404 AND 405 ON FISHING TRIALS

30.05.2008

Friday 30 May 2008 fishing trials was completed with newbuildings 404 (”Harvester”) and #405 (”Ocean Harvest”). The vessels are built as pair-trawlers, thus both vessels had to go fishing trials at same time. The trials was carried out in the waters north of Skagen.

Both vessels have previously been on technical trials, where the very low noise- and vibration level made good impressions. The vessels are fitted with a complete autotrawl system from Scantrol, which amongst

others includes ispool spooling system on main winches. Skippers and owners were all pleased with the vessels performances during the trials, and are looking forward to take over the vessels in beginning of July.

For additional technical information about the 2 vessels, please see “Vessels on order”.

Newbuilding 404 - Harvester

Newbuilding 405 - Ocean Harvest

NORTH SEA CONVERTED

16.05.2008

S 255 ”North Sea” was handed back to Owners on 16 May 2008, after 4½ months conversion and rebuilding.

“North Sea” has been rebuilt with a new transome stern, new winches and net drums, new hydraulic system, new cabins, mess room and galley and finally also new catch handling system. The stern arrangement has been developed and designed in close co-operation with Owners, and will make the vessel capable of efficient twin-rig trawling.

The new accommodation has been fitted with noise damping features, resulting in a noise level The catch handling area has been totally renewed, in close cooperation with KM-Service. This company have delivered a new developed automatic shrimp-cooker and a cooling spiral, all for the benefit of improved quality of the shrimps.

Yards wished to pay thank the Owners, Leif Steffensen, Karl-Arne Nielsen og Thomas Samuelsen for a joyful and pleasant cooperation during the rebuilding !

NEWBUILDING 403

05.11.2007

Newbuilding no. 403 was handed over to Danish Owner Skagerak Fiskeeksport A/S, Man. Director Mr. Iver Espersen, Hirtshals on 5th November 2007.

The new vessel replaces the owners previous "Strømegg", which was built in 1975.

Mr. Páll Joensen will be skippering the "Strømegg". He has been skippering the old vessel since 1986.

Newbuilding 403 - Strømegg

NEWBUILDING 411 and 412

15.10.2007

Jens and Erik V. Poulsen, Læsø has each ordered a 20m stern Trawler. The hulls are due in Skagen in August 2008 and final delivery of both vessels are scheduled for January 2009.

Propulsion system: MTU/Detroit diesel / Hundested gearbox and propeller. Winch systems will be supplied and installed by Thyborøn Skibs- og Motor.

The vessels will be near sisterships to Yard no. 407 "Opportunus IV" delivered in June 2007 to Peterhead, Scotland.

Main dimension: LxBxD = 19,95m x 7,30m x 5,55xNewbuilding 411 - Canopus
Newbuilding 412 - Carpe-Diem

NEWBUILDINGS 404 AND 405 ON FISHING TRIALS

30.05.2008

Jens and Erik V. Poulsen, Læsø has each ordered a 20m stern Trawler. The hulls are due in Skagen in August 2008 and final delivery of both vessels are scheduled for January 2009.

Propulsion system: MTU/Detroit diesel / Hundested gearbox and propeller. Winch systems will be supplied and installed by Thyborøn Skibs- og Motor.

The vessels will be near sisterships to Yard no. 407 "Opportunus IV" delivered in June 2007 to Peterhead, Scotland.

Main dimension: LxBxD = 19,95m x 7,30m x 5,55x

Newbuilding 411 - Canopus
Newbuilding 412 - Carpe-Diem

NEWBUILDING 192

15.05.2007

The Faroese company P/F Vardin has ordered an 81.6 m trawler from Karstensens Skibsvaerft A/S.

The main dimensions of the vessel will be:

Length overall: 81,60 m

Breadth moulded: 16,60 m

Depth shelter deck:10,00 m

The vessel will be equipped with a Wärtsila main engine as well as gear and propellers.

The hull will be built by Naval Shipyard, Gdynia, Poland, and is expected to arrive at Skagen in December 2008. The delivery of the finished vessel is to take place in August 2009.

Newbuilding 192 - TBN

NEWBUILDING 406

11.12.2006

Kjærsgaard Hirtshals A/S, represented by John og Niels Kjærsgaard, ordered a 39.95 m trawler from Karstensens Skibsvaerft A/S.

Its main dimensions will be:

Length overall

39.95 m

Breadth moulded

10.00 m

Depth shelter deck

6.40 m

The vessel will be equipped with an ABC main engine. The gear and propeller supplier has not yet been selected. The winch system will be supplied by Rapp Hydema with a Pentagon auto trawl system.

The hull will be built by Safe Engineering, Gdynia, Poland, and is expected to arrive at Skagen in the beginning of 2008. The delivery of the finished vessel is to take place in May 2008.

This vessel will be the first stern trawler of this size built for fishing in Denmark. Its design and arrangement has been prepared by Karstensens Skibsvaerft A/S in close cooperation with the owners and their consultants. This vessel is a further development of the stern trawler types previously delivered, which have been fishing very successfully in Scotland and Ireland.

Newbuilding 406 - Tobis

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New order: #444 Odd Lundberg
New order: #444 Odd Lundberg
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Strand Senior AS og Karstensens Skibsværft har indgået kontrakt om design og bygning af en 75 m kombineret notbåd / trawler!
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Ny ordre: # 447 TORLAND & # 448 TOR-ÖN
Ny ordre: # 447 TORLAND & # 448 TOR-ÖN
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