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Survey ROV support vessel Geo Ranger

Shipyard Royal Niestern Sander has built a new shallow-water survey ROV support vessel with the crew and the survey equipment in mind. It is equipped with smart on-board technology, comprising various different sensors and a plug-and-play system for additional, project-specific customer equipment. With its focus on improved workability, durability and flexibility, the Geo Ranger may well set a new standard for survey vessels.

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Royal Niestern Sander builds first fully electric Dutch utility vessel

Shipyard Royal Niestern Sander has delivered the first Dutch fully electric utility vessel to the Province of Groningen. The new green vessel, the PW 18, was christened in March 2019 by Fleur Gräper-van Koolwijk, Executive Councillor for the Province of Groningen. We spoke to the shipyard’s Managing Director Jan Doorduin and Fleur Gräper-van Koolwijk about this sustainable ship.

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A leader in its segment in terms of sustainability

Royal Niestern Sander developed and built a next-generation open top ice classed general cargo vessel. This type of vessel, dubbed ‘Easymax’, has a load capacity of 14,300 tonnes and a hold capacity of 625,000 cubic feet. The combination of that large load capacity and extremely low fuel consumption makes this type of vessel a leader in its segment in terms of sustainability.

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A complicated arctic conversion

The ‘Arctica1’ and ‘Arctica 2’ were to be converted for use in extreme winter temperatures and conditions. Thanks to the shipyard’s extensive knowledge in the area of ice-strengthened ships – as was previously apparent from the series construction of ice-strengthened dry cargo ships and the specialist icebreakers – Niestern Sander was successful in winning this particular conversion project.

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Extensive refit for Arctic Sunrise

Over an intense nine-month period, Royal Niestern Sander Shipyard firmly took on the Arctic Sunrise in a refit project. During the extensive overhaul, nearly all of the accommodation and work areas of this Greenpeace vessel were renewed, granting the vessel at least another 15 years of service.

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Award winning walk to work vessel

Royal Niestern Sander developed a Walk to Work Service Operation Vessel (SOV) specialized for maintaining offshore wind farms and oil & gas installations. The unique ship design completely focusses on workability, comfort and safety and was awarded Ship of the Year.

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Royal Niestern Sander

190
skilled
employees
100+
years of
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850+
new build
vessels
300.000
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