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REMONTOWA Shipbuilding S.A.




REMONTOWA SHIPBUILDING S.A. specializes in building of advanced vessels such as:
•    Offshore  Support Vessels:
    -    Cable Laying Vessels
    -    Rescue Vessels
    -    Inspection, Maintenance Vessels
    -    Construction Vessels
    -    Walk to work & SOV for OWF
•    Navy Ships
•    Car – Passenger Ferries
•    Multipurpose Vessels
•    Cargo Vessels
•    Fishing Vessels

Ships and boats built by REMONTOWA  SHIPBUILDING S.A. sail under the flags of: Algeria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Great Britain,  Italy, Gibraltar, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Singapore and Vanuatu.

News from Poland

PGE continues cooperation with the consortium of the Gdynia Maritime University and MEWO S.A.

In cooperation with the consortium of Gdynia Maritime University and MEWO S.A., PGE will prepare... read more

Ørsted Offshore Vice President on cooperation with PGE: local industry has been an important decision-making element

Ørsted will be PGE’s partner in two offshore wind farm projects in the Baltic Sea. read more

PGE and Ørsted sign an agreement to work on two OWF projects

The cooperation concerns the construction, operation and development of the Baltica 3 and... read more

Northland Power Inc. selected PKN Orlen’s strategic partner for offshore wind farm project

The partnership will cover the preparation, construction and opreation of the offshore wind... read more

World news

Vestas introduces a 15 MW offshore wind turbine

The V236-15.0 MW model will be the largest turbine offered by the manufacturer so far. read more

First turbine installed at Kriegers Flak

It is the 1st out of 72 turbines at the largest offshore wind farm project in the Baltic Sea. read more

Polenergia and Equinor complete the UXO seabed survey

The seabed survey aimed to check the presence of unexploaded ornance in the Baltic II and Baltic... read more

Ulstein reveals a new hydrogen hybrid design for an offshore wind installation vessel

In 75% of the time he jack-up will be able to operate in zero emission mode. read more

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