AVA Yachts Launches Kando 110 In Antalya
Kando, the first of the Kando series of contemporary explorer yachts from AvA Yachts has been launched in the Antalya Free Zone on Friday July 19th 2019.Kando is constructed with a high-grade steel hull and aluminium superstructure and is characterized by class-beating volume of 320 GT and a range of well over 6,000 nautical miles.Designed, styled, and engineered by AvA Yachts’ in-house team, she features four decks with an accommodation layout offering five double guest cabins including a full beam…
NBA Star's Kando 110 #2 Keel-Laid
Construction of hull No 2 of AvA Yachts’ Kando series is now well underway.The keel was laid in early January 2019 and construction of the steel hull is advancing.The Chairman and Founder of AvA Yachts, Atilla Kucukdiker commented “We are all working hard and looking forward to producing a premium-quality product that will be proudly displayed at the 2020 Cannes Yachting Festival. Construction is well underway and Kando #2 will be testimony to the skilled workforce that AvA Yachts and Antalya has to offer.”Kando #2 is a full displacement steel and aluminium yacht with a bulbous bow.
ARKUP 75 floating home to debut at Miami Yacht Show
ARKUP is an innovation in marine luxury combining attributes of yachts, floating houses and waterfront villas. Poised to become a pioneer in a new coastal market of floating communities, this rectangular, bi-level, floating luxury home is self-sufficient, sustainable and environmentally friendly with next-to-no footprint.The prototype resembles a chic, Miami-Beach condo, abounding with natural light, abundant space and luxurious appointments. Immersed in tasteful, muted, monochromatic tones…
AvA Yachts' Kando to Debut in Cannes
AVA Yachts is premiering the superyacht Kando the first of its full displacement yacht series of the same name at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.Kando a 110 model is a 34m superyacht constructed with a high grade steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Kando features four decks and boats an interior volume of 340 gt.Equipped with Volvo-Penta commercial marine engines, a full set of Furuno navigation electronics, Sleipner bow and stern thrusters and fin stabilizers…
John Deere Rolls Out Trio of Marine Engines
John Deere Power Systems has expanded its lineup with three new marine engines available for order from early 2018. The new 4.5L PowerTech 4045SFM85 offers high power to weight ratio for repowering and new vessel construction, and is ideal for planing and semi-displacement hulls, the manufacturer said. It has two ratings for light-duty commercial vessels, high-speed governmental applications and high-speed pleasure craft, which includes an M4 rating with 205 kW (275 hp) at 2,600 rpm and M5 rating with 235 kW (315 hp) at 2,800 rpm. The 4045SFM85 propulsion engine ratings will meet U.S.
Ecochlor BWTS Receives USCG Type Approval
Ecochlor's patented BWTS has received USCG Type Approval. The Ecochlor BWTS uses a two-step process that includes filtration and treatment with chlorine dioxide (ClO2). It is completely effective on all aquatic invasive species regardless of water turbidity, salinity or temperature. “The Ecochlor BWTS works just as effectively as it did when first installed in a ship in 2004 without any fundamental changes," said Tom Perlich, President and Founder. "Since that first system was sold…
WAAMpeller: World First Class-Approved 3D Printed Ship’s Propeller
A consortium of organizations are working toward a landmark achievement in the maritime sectors: creating the world's first class-approved 3D-printed ship's propeller. As many sectors of the shipbuilding industry suffer due to overcapacity, it is this type of innovative leap that will -- if successful -- separate the next generation of leaders in the sector. In the effort a cooperative consortium of Damen Shipyards Group, RAMLAB, Promarin, Autodesk and Bureau Veritas aim to develop the world’s first class approved 3D printed ship’s propeller, dubbed WAAMpeller.
FCI Debuts Compact, High Output Watermaker
Space is a precious commodity on any vessel, even a large one. Making its debut at the Miami International Boat Show, FCI Watermakers' new Atlas+APC is compact, yet produces 1,400-3,600 gallons of potable water per day and is fully automatic in its operation. Suited for the large yacht or commercial vessel, the watermaker is engineered and built for extended run times. The Atlas+APC is manufactured in the U.S. to commercial standards for reliability. Its robust stainless steel drive components are sized for extended run times and to quickly make ample amounts of water.
Vesconite: Fast Turnaround on Rudder Bearings
Workboats, ships and megayachts rely on large and extra-large rudder bearings. Having a vessel in dry dock for days or weeks while waiting for an oversized bearing is costly and frustrating, said Vesconite, whose machined Vesconite and Vesconite Superclad replacements—up to 10' in diameter with practically any wall thickness—are available for immediate shipment from a global network of dedicated dealers, and with fast turnaround times for custom sizes. Vesconite is an advanced…
Polar Expedition Vessel to be Built in Croatia
Bureau Veritas (BV) is to class a new concept luxury expedition cruise vessel to be built for Australia’s Scenic group. The 165m vessel will be built at Croatia’s Uljanik shipyard for delivery in summer 2018. It will have lower berth accommodation for 228 passengers and 172 crew and will meet the requirements of the newly adopted Polar Code allowing operation for a certain period of the year in Polar waters. Particular attention has been paid to safety, meeting the Safe Return to Port criteria, and to comfort for the whole accommodation, based on BV Comfort Class criteria.
New Water Rules Impact Super Yachts
The introduction of new wastewater treatment technologies and regulations will have an impact on the operation of super yachts with more than 12 passengers, especially those embarking on expedition type cruises, according to ACO Marine managing director Mark Beavis. The amendment changes current rules governing the performance of onboard water treatment plant. From 1 January 2016, the nitrogen content of the discharged effluent must be less than 20mg/l while phosphorous content cannot exceed 1mg/l.
AER to Highlight Hella LED Products
AER Supply, an international distributor of marine products, is showcasing a full range of LED lighting products for the commercial marine industry at the 2013 WorkBoat Show. AER was recently named as a distributor for the Hella line of commercial marine LED lighting solutions. The range of products includes navigation lights, interior lights and lamps, exterior floodlights, chart-table lamps, light bars and flashing signal lights, all based on LED technology. They are certified to the international quality standard ISO 9001:2008 by Bureau Veritas.
FURUNO Accredited Another Training Center
VERITAS Maritime Training Center in Manila has joined the FURUNO NavSkills network of training centers. Since December 2012, VERITAS MTC has provided FURUNO type specific ECDIS training to navigators under the FURUNO NavSkills training contract. Under the NavSkills agreement VERITAS MTC will accommodate a total of six training workstations: Four ECDIS FEA-2107 workstations and two next generation, state-of-the-art FMD-3200 workstations with three training instructors certified by FURUNO to conduct FURUNO type specific ECDIS training. VERITAS MTC is a part of Epsilon Hellas (Overseas) Ltd. and was established in January 2012.
Class Clash: DNV, GL to Merge
The ever changing face of ship classification has received perhaps its biggest makeover yet, with the announcement this morning (December 20, 2012) that Norway’s Det Norke Veritas (DNV) and Germany’s Germanischer Lloyd (GL) have signed a deal to merge. While the deal is termed a merger, considering that the DNV Foundation will hold 63.5 %, and GL’s owner Mayfair SE will hold 36.5%, and the fact that the new company, to be called DNV GL Group with a combined turnover of approximately $3.3 billion…
Severn Trent De Nora Secures New Order for its Mariner Omnipure
Electrolytic disinfection technology to be used on luxury yacht. Severn Trent De Nora has announced that the Mariner Omnipure marine sewage treatment system M5508 model will be used on the FY17, a new luxury superyacht to be constructed by Fitzroy Yachts of New Zealand for delivery in 2014. The FY17 is a fast cruising sloop that measures 37.5m in overall length. The order was secured through HMA-POGC of Australia, a supplier of industrial equipment to the water and waste, oil, gas and other industries.