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sound reception system by zenitel maritime & energy
What is a Sound Reception System?
Sound reception systems are electronic acoustical navigational aids that enable the ship’s crew to hear audio signals generated from outside an enclosed bridge. The sound reception system is installed as an aid for look-out as required by the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (COLREG), 1972 standards. Sound reception systems can also be installed on vessels lacking fully enclosed bridges.
Seafarers are key workers
Seafarers are Key Workers
Each year on June 25th, we celebrate Day of the Seafarer (DotS). This year Day of the Seafarer is celebrating its 10th anniversary since first being implemented by IMO in June 2010. At Zenitel, we encourage everyone inside the maritime community and beyond to help spread the word about the exceptional work our global seafarers are putting out during these unusual times.
Fjord1 new electric ferries, design and concept Havyard
Zero emissions ferries in Norway
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration plans to have all ferries run on pure electric propulsion by 2030. In Norway, this is called the Ferry (R)evolution. By 2022, there will be so many electric ferries operating in Norway that the annual emission cut will be equal to that of 150,000 cars.
Service offshore vessel
Worlds first Twin Hull SOV
Cemre Shipyard in Turkey has become well known for taking on innovative and demanding vessel concepts. DEME has concepted a new Twin Hull SOV (Service Operation Vessel) for Windfarm Operations together with Vuyk Engineering Rotterdam and Marin and the keel laying of the vessel already concluded at Cemre Shipyard in December last year.
fishing vessel
From Liaskjeret to global innovation
By the seashore on Liaskjeret. On the island of Sotra. The Lie family built its traditional fishery in the early 1800s. Today, the Lie family continues to operate fishing vessels under the umbrella of Liegruppen AS, which also works in property development and service and trade.