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After outfitting multiple projects for Esvagt at Havyard (Norway), Cemre (Turkey) and Zamakona (Spain), we are doing a full circle and are once again back at New Havyard Ship Technology. Providing quality interior accommodation for their three Esvagt projects – Build 146, 148 & 149 – in the scope of 10months. The launch of 146 can be seen on the following link. 

Congratulations to Rev Ocean and Vard Brattvåg on the nomination – Ship of The Year 2020 – REV Ocean – and the quest for “One Healthy Ocean”.
We are excited to be part of such an important Project and to deliver top quality interior Accommodation – to match the Nomination. Our aim is to provide the best possible surroundings for both scientists and non-scientists alike. Read more about the nominees and cast Your vote here.

MS Stormhav delivered and ready for action. Congrats to Stormhav AS and Stadyard and thank you for selecting Maritime Montering to be Your supplier of quality ship interior accommodation. For photos go to Our facbook page.

After delivering Sisimuit & Avataq in 2019, we are excited to get started on Nataarnaq – the third vessel to Royal Greenland – build at Murueta Shipyard, Spain. We are happy to have been selected to provide interior Accommodation for the project, and we look forward to deliver yet another high quality ship interior. For a Virtual tour of the Sisimuit click here.

 

We are happy to announce that we will be delivering complete turnkey accommodation for the worlds largest Diamond Recovery Vessel. The project will be done In close cooperation with Damen Shipyards Group and our sister company Maritime Interior Romania, who has put a lot of hard work into making this happen. Read more about it here.

Introducing Gunnar Langva – our latest newbuild at Westcon Ølen. Read more about it here.

 

For those of you in desperate need of some light summer reading – a Ronja Storm feature article – one of many Maritime Montering projects at Havyard Shipyard in Leirvik, Norway. Read more about it here.

Rav off to a great start. Read all about the Maritime Montering project – in this feature article. Read more about it here.