After completion of the widening by 10 meters and alterations, the barge “BoDo Connector” was undocked and delivered to the company Bohlen & Doyen
After one year of development and engineering the construction started with steel cutting. The shipyard director, Mrs. Natallia Dean, initiated the construction of the Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger, ordered by the Wasserstraßen- und Schifffahrtsverwaltung des Bundes (WSV).
In the coming months various repair and maintenance works are carried out on the passenger ship "Reeperbahn". In the morning the ferry was lifted out of the water with the special transport rack and driven over the shipyard to the construction site.
On a snowy day the 1.100 t block for the second LNG cruise ship was delivered to the customer Meyer Werft. Again two stabilizers were installed.
The barge “BoDo Connector” of the company Bohlen & Doyen was burnt apart in the middle over the entire length of approx. 67 meters. The sections, built by Pella Sietas, widen the barge by 10 meters to a total width of 32 meters.
The extension section for the ferry “Peter Pan”, manufactured on behalf of the GDD (German Dry Docks), was deliverd in the morning hours of 2 January 2018 for transport to Bremerhaven
As scheduled the first block for the second LNG cruise ship was delivered to the customer Meyer Werft
After successful operation of the prototype MS “Elbphilharmonie”, which was constructed and built by Pella Sietas, the shipyard received the new order for the second passenger ferry of Hadag Type 2020
Pella Sietas is commissioned by Hadag to carry out extensive repairs and overhauls at the passenger ferries “Reeperbahn” and “Tollerort”.
“Reeperbahn” is expected on the January 8th 2018 at the shipyard and “Tollerort” will follow on the 2nd of May 2018
The third block for the Meyer Werft was loaded to be transported to Papenburg during the evening high tide. Two stabilizers were installed inside. This block is currently the heaviest so far delivered building unit weighs approx. 1,100 tons and demonstrates our growing expertise in dealing with heavy constructions
In parallel with the first block, the second block was also manufactured. It contains parts of the machine room. It was loaded on a pontoon in the early morning hours
The first block for a LNG cruise ship was loaded from the quay on a pontoon to be shipped to the customer Meyer Werft
The new harbor ferry delivered in April to HADAG was christened by the clarinetist Laura Jaeger and received the name “Elbphilharmonie”. On the following tour through the port of Hamburg the event was celebrated on board with guest invited by the new owner.
The prototype of the new HADAG type 2020 was delivered after 10 months of planning and construction
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The last of the total of six blocks is loaded to be delivered to the Meyer Shipyard. Production of further new Meyer-blocks has already commenced
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