Available in 2015, it is a multipurpose vessel built by Merré shipyard for a new owner.
Two SEEM 20-1430AL pilot boats have been launched. They will be ship to Arzew within a month by cargo transport.
Expected delivery in 2015, two SEEM 14-1000ST tugs construction has started within Merré shipyard workshops on behalf of a new owner based in Algeria.
A complex handling operation was carried out by Merré shipyard with the hulls flipping of the two aluminium SEEM 20-1430AL pilot boats.
Currently at Merré shipyard, the construction of two SEEM 20-1430AL pilot boats are nearly completion.
CGN company (Compagnie Générale de Navigation on Lake Geneva) is deploying “Ville de Genève” passenger ship back into service at the beginning of July 2014 after several months of renovation and transformation.
Four shipments left Merré shipyard at the beginning of March. The shipyard has built in his workshops the new superstructures of “Ville de Genève” passenger ship for CGN owner on Lake Geneva and is currently assembling it on the vessel.
“Vevey” launchin ceremony took place on November 16, 2013, after a deep refit, which was strongly managed by the Merré shipyard, specificaly by rebuilding the wheelhouse and propulsion system.
Merré shipyard delivered this week the propulsion system of “Vevey” passenger ship in Lausanne. This delivery constitutes an important step in the refit project of “Vevey” passenger ship, built in 1905, one of the flagship of CGN owner.
New team in command of Merré shipyard