The new breed of workboats addresses the needs of crew, fish and the environment, according to shipyard Nauplius Workboats. It has used progressive design to build 3514 Utility Vessel Camilla Eslea, the world’s largest delicing vessel to date. Bridging demands of all...
Nauplius Workboats in Groningen, the Netherlands, launched the Thermolicer Camilla Eslea on Monday. It is currently the largest such vessel in the world and the launch was streamed live through the shipyard’s website. The 35 x 14-metre aquaculture delicing...
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