Archive for the Oceania Marine Tag

Oceania Interiors Signs Contract to Provide Lightweight Interiors for Fast Patrol Vessels

  Oceania Interiors has started the design stage for the manufacture of the first 2 of 10 fast patrol vessels for a South East Asian maritime police force. The 17.6 metre craft will be built by Gading Marine Engineering in Malaysia to a design by New Zealand naval architects LOMOcean. The patrol vessels are 17.6m LOA, 4.6m beam, powered by 2 x Man
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Damen Axe Bow – New Heli Deck

The Heli Deck is ready for fitting to the Damen Axe Bow currently at North Shipyard Oceania Marine for a 3 month refit. The deck is being assembled in refit Shed A located at the shipyard.  

30M High Speed Passenger Ferry – Refit and Re-power

One of the owners of EVO, Oceania Marine, is undertaking the full refit and re-power of the 30M High Speed Ferry ‘Adventurer’. The project is being carried out in the huge modern construction shed, Shed A, located within North Shipyard owned by Oceania Marine. The owners of the vessel have chosen to re-power with two Cummins V12 QSK38 engines rated
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Energy Vessels Offshore Limited gains access to specialist fabrication and construction facilities at South Shipyard, Port Whangarei

EVO Announcement 1st June 2013

Oceania Marine Rebuild, Transforms 21M Fast Passenger Ferry

Oceania Marine, one of the owners of Energy Vessels Offshore Limited (EVO), has just completed the design and rebuild of fast ferry ‘Tiger Cat’. The project involved a complete strip-out and 2.25 metre hull extensions to the catamaran hulls. This work, plus repowering with larger engines, transformed the vessel from a 15 knot semi-displacement plodder into a 24 knot flyer.  The
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