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Voyager launched at Nauta Yard

One of the most powerful pelagic fishing vessels in the world, with a 120 tonne bollard pull, was launched yesterday at the Nauta yard in Gd√°nsk for the Voyager Fishing Company based in Northern Ireland.



Designed by Salt Ship Design and due to be completed by Karstensens Skibsv√¶rft in Skagen, the new Voyager was launched yesterday at the newbuilding division of the Nauta Shiprepair Yard in Gdańsk.



Voyager has an overall length of 86.40 metres and a beam of 17.80 metres, with a tank capacity of 3200 cubic metres. According to the yard, a vessel such as this requires to have plenty of available power to cope with the challenging conditions of the North Atlantic, while its fishing capacity will be boosted by a propulsion package that incorporates a propeller running at low revolutions for quiet operation.



Karstensens have already ordered seventeen fishing vessels part-built at the Nauta yard



There are currently ten fishing vessels, including one to be fully completed, are being built at the Nauta Shiprepair Yard’s newbuilding division, and most of these are due to be completed in Skagen by Karstensens. Seven of these vessels are scheduled to be delivered to their owners this year, with three more due in the first half of next year.








WorldFishingToday - 22-02-2017



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