Work continues full speed at Norse

The conversion projects of vessels called Azumi and Ex-Foula and the construction of EcoFive continue without slowing down.

Constructed by Namikata Shipbuilding in 1990, Azumi was laid up in recent months. The 74-meter-long Japanese-flagged Azumi, a fishing patrol/research vessel, is being converted into a pleasure yacht at Norse Shipyard.

Features of the Azumi

Vessel Type: Fishing Vessel

Flag: Japan

Gross Tonnage: 499 tons

DWT: 1515 tons

Length: 74 meters

Breadth: 11 meters

Year of Construction: 1990

Builder: Namikata Shipbuilding

The PVS called Ex Foula was laid up in November to be converted into a live fish carrier. The design of the 19-meter-long ship, which will have a capacity of 5000 cubic meters, belongs to Fosen Design.

Features of the Ex Foula

Length: 79.80 meters

Breadth: 19.70 meters

Depth: 12.05/10.45 meters

Type: Steel

Design: Fosen Design

Capacity: 5000 cubic meters

The steel cutting ceremony of the factory stern trawler called EcoFive was held in March this year. Designed by Netherlands-based Ulstein, the Norwegian-flagged ship is 74 meters long and 16 meters wide.

Features of the EcoFive

Vessel Type: Factory Stern Trawler

Length: 74.20 meters

Breadth: 16.80 meters

Depth: 6.80 meters

Draft: 6.50 meters

Flag: Norway

Design: Ulstein

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