Ship design & newbuilding

Stricter regulations on emissions create the need for inventive solutions and new types of ships. We have been frontrunners for more than two decades, often meeting the IMO regulations already before they enter into force.

Designing vessels for the future today

Our Design teams have close working relationships with customers and with other teams within Wallenius Marine. Insights from daily operations and digital real time monitoring statistics are taken into consideration when designing new types of vessels. Our aim is to support attentive shipowners to reach the goals set by IMO.

Over a decade ago, we realized the potential of, and need for, emission free shipping. We contributed to the developement of Orcelle – the world’s first emission free car carrierToday, we continue the journey towards truly sustainable and emission free shipping.

Just recently the HERO vessel m/v TITUS set sail. She is one of four vessels of our newest RoRo design, estimated to run on 15% less fuel consumption as compared to benchmark level.

Our in-house strategic competences stretch far. Among other competences we offer:

  • Total Ship Systems Engineering
  • Project management
  • Machinery design
  • Hydrodynamic design
  • Structural design
  • Ro-Ro cargo systems
  • Electrical systems
  • Environment
  • On site building supervision

Ship Design

Newbuilding Management

  • Ship acquisition
  • Project management
  • Site supervision
  • Commissioning

Technical consultancy

  • Conversions
  • Energy efficiency
  • Cargo handling inquiries

Services within Ship Design & Newbuilding

Wallenius Marine Ship Design Lloyds Register

Ship Design

We provide unparalleled knowledge and service throughout the process of designing and letting build a modern ship that meets the standards of tomorrow.

Newbuilding

We take on any newbuilding, re-building, elongation or refurbishment challenges with a vessel lifecycle perspective from start to end.

70

Vessels designed & built since mid-90s

12

Elongations of existing vessels in usage

Onboard IT infrastructure