Dutch shipyard Niestern Sander may not be able to deliver the ice-breaking walk-to-work (W2W) vessel Nabil to its Russian client due to EU sanctions imposed as a result of the war in Ukraine, reports local Dutch news channel RTV Noord. The Nabil is one of the largest...
Shipyard Royal Niestern Sander has launched yard number 862. It is the world’s first ice-breaking walk-to-work vessel. Once completed, the icebreaker will operate in the harsh weather conditions on the east coast of Sakhalin, Russia, for the oil and gas industry....
Royal Niestern Sander has laid the keel for a shallow draft ice breaking walk-to-work (W2W) vessel. The ship is specially designed and optimised for year-round operations in the challenging conditions on the east coast of Sakhalin in temperatures ranging from -30...
Together, shipyard Royal Niestern Sander and Wagenborg Offshore will realise a world first by building a shallow draft ice-breaking Walk-to-Work vessel. After delivery in December 2021, Mercury Sakhalin will operate the vessel on the east coast of Sakhalin for the oil...
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