The coastal buoy for Corsica enters its final phase of realization after its launch and begins its sea trials.
Author: SocietE des Etablissements Merré
While VSP Ophrys continues its operational evaluation phase by the French Navy, the MERRE shipyard began construction of the next 7 ships in January 2023.
The MERRE shipyard will design and build the new boat for the French Office for Biodiversity and its Martinique Marine Natural Park
At the end of September, the MERRE shipyard won the tender for the construction of a 12m speedboat for the Martinique Marine Natural Park.
After leaving Brest on September 1st, OPHRYS, the first of the new VSP class (Vedettes de Soutien à la Plongée) of the frenc Navy has sailed into Toulon Harbour in the early morning on September9th.
The Merré shipyard has successfully launched its future hydrographic ship for Dunkirk’s port.
MERRE (Nort/Erdre) and CIB (Brest) shipyards, both 100% subsidiaries of BMA Group, have been awarded the study and realization of a new 24m coastal buoy laying vessel for Corsica.
The future hydrographic boat for the port of Dunkirk (15m), named Albatros, has been flipped to allow the finalization of the interior boilermaking and the installation of the superstructures.
Merré shipyard has begun the production of the new hydrographic vessel, called “Albatros”, for the Grand Port Maritime of Dunkirk
Aluminium hull of the first Diving Support Vessel for French Navy has left Merre shipyard. Positionned on a trailer on June 22nd , she left our workshop in Nort-sur-Erdre to be delivered two days later at CIB shipyard in Brest to continue construction with superstructure installation.
Merré Shipyard will start the construciton of a new hydrographic vessel for Dunkirk Port Authorities