Stretched Dutch Design Targets Extra-Long Freight

A new stage in shipbuilding production at the riverside town of Leer: side launching of Symphony Atlantic.

Source: Ferus Smit

A stretched version of the proven Ecobox multi-purpose cargo vessel series is set to make its debut with Dutch operator Symphony Shipping. The 12,500dwt Symphony Atlantic combines greater scope for long-length freight and project cargoes with increased fuel efficiency through the integration of an Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) waste heat ...

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