DNV GL - Maritime news
May 27, 2016 | Maritime | NEWSTrim optimization – Saving fuel on offshore supply vesselsA joint development project (JDP) between DNV GL, Statoil and Farstad Shipping has demonstrated that offshore supply vessels (OSV) can save up to 21.000 Euros on their annual fuel bill, by running the vessel at optimal trim. The project partners carried out a comparative study in the North Sea to document potential energy savings created by using DNV GL’s trim optimization tool ECO Assistant on a platform supply vessel (PSV).
May 24, 2016 | Maritime | NEWSHarmony of the Seas joins DNV GL fleetDNV GL has welcomed Royal Caribbean’s new vessel Harmony of the Seas into class. With 227,000 GT and a length of 361 metres, Harmony of the Seas is the largest cruise ship ever to set sail. After her delivery at STX Europe shipyard in Saint Nazaire, France, the DNV GL-classed vessel sailed to Southampton last week and will set sail to Northern Europe on a series of short getaways before embarking on her maiden cruise on 29 May, arriving in Barcelona on 5 June.
May 20, 2016 | Maritime | NEWSDNV GL and M.A.C. Solutions partner for fleet performance managementDNV GL and M.A.C. Solutions have signed a partnership agreement to cooperate in fleet performance management services. DNV GL will incorporate information from M.A.C.‘s onboard data collection system “SDBnet” into its ECO Insight solution, which will provide advanced fleet performance analytics based on M.A.C. onboard data.