Home' Work Boat World : August 2010 Contents NUMBER 5
Thailand's Ranong Port: Offshore industry base
An "Oldie" but a "Goodie"
--- Converting 'White Holly': from buoy tender to research vessel
Thailand's "Sir Francis Drake"
--- Part Two of a feature profile of Wicharn Sirichai-Ekawat
--- A new tuna seiner from Vietnam's South East Asia Shipyard
--- An SLS Heavy Industries-built, Masson-propelled tug for Singapore
--- The first of two new mobile pilot stations for the German Bight
osv/oil spill response vessels
--- Yuexin delivers a 67-metre, 100-tonne bollard pull AHTS
--- Solstad Offshore takes delivery of an Ulstein Verft-completed AHTS
--- A 20-metre wind farm service vessel from Global Marine Design and Alicat Workboats
--- A 108-metre Bergen Group Fosen-built Clean Design seismic vessel
--- A Damen MPV 5212 oil spill recovery vessel for Vietnam
--- Final of four Ulstein SX124 seismic vessels from Barreras
focus on Malaysia
Focus on Malaysia
'JM Bayu' and 'JM Sepoi'
--- Malaysian AHTS vessels for Jasa Merin from Muhibbah Marine Engineering
--- Advanced emergency recovery and response standby vessel for the Caspian Sea
--- A Malaysian-designed and built landing craft from Far East Shipyard for Australia
'Tanjung Dahan 1' and 'Tanjung Dahan 2'
--- Two new AHTS vessels from Malaysia's Grade One Marine Shipyard
--- A 55-tonne bollard-pull AHTS from Sapor Shipbuilding Industries
--- Sealink Engineering and Slipway launches an advanced AHTS
--- A new, 55-tonne bollard pull anchor-handling tug from Malaysia's Shin Yang Shipyard
--- A 58m OSV from Sarawak Slipways for Tegas Navigation
SMM 2010 preview
Our general news is followed by a look at Thailand's Ranong
Port, part two of our profile of Wicharn Sirichai-Ekkawat and
the conversion story of the 'White Holly', then three full
reviews of interesting new vessels
Main picture: 'Caspian Protector' was built in Malaysia by Berjaya Dockyard for offshore
rescue and recovery operations in the Caspian Sea (56).
Smaller pictures (left to right): 'Manapany' is an impressive new tuna seiner built in Vietnam
by South East Asia Shipyard (SEAS) -- a subsidiary of French builder Chantiers Piriou (22);
This 60.4-metre-long and 24.6-metre-wide vessel, 'Elbe', is the first of two similar vessels for
German pilots from Abeking & Rasmussen (26).
Turn here for a sneak peak at SMM 2010, taking place
next month, then turn to our gear section, events calendar,
book reviews industry column, Aft Lines
Malaysia Boleh! We examine this increasingly prominent
and clever work boat nation, with commentary, news and
full reviews of ten new vessels, all made in Malaysia
Our special survey of the OSV sector begins with news and
representations from some of the industry's most important
contributors, then reviews of six newly built OSVs
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