Designed by Wärtsilä Ship Design and delivered in 2010, the 'Posh Pahlawan' is a 50 m Multi- Purpose Offshore Support Vessel. The operational profile of this vessel includes anchor handling, tanker handling and berthing, towing barges and rigs, maintenance and pollution control, supply duties, and fire fighting capabilities.
The ‘Pourquoi Pas ?’ was launched in 2005. The propulsion system is designed to eliminate underwater radiated noise whilst operating at certain speeds. The two Fixed Pitch Propellers are driven by four Wärtsilä 8L20 double elastically mounted generating sets producing 5,8 MW.
When taken into service in 2006, the 154,000 m3 LNG carrier "Provalys" was the largest LNG carrier in existence. The ‘Provalys’ is propelled by dual-fuel engines and electric propulsion. The heart of the system is four dual-fuel engines; three 12-cylinder and one 6-cylinder Wärtsilä 50DF, giving a combined output of 39.9 MW.
The patrol vessels operated by the Chilean Navy’s Coast Guard Service since 2008 are each equipped with two 12-cylinder Wärtsilä 26 main engines. Each engine drives a controllable-pitch propeller through a single-input Wärtsilä reduction gearbox. Wärtsilä also supplies the sterntube seals and the control systems for the engines and propellers. (photo courtesy of Chilean Navy)
Delivered in 2008, the ‘Quantus’ has been designed by Wärtsilä Ship Design and is fitted with a complete Wärtsilä propulsion solution, comprising a 12-cylinder Wärtsilä 32 engine driving a reduction gear and a controllable pitch propeller. Wärtsilä also provided the control system for the installation.
At the time of her construction in 2003 by Chantiers de l'Atlantique, the ‘Queen Mary II’ was the longest, widest and tallest passenger ship ever built, as well as the largest. To power this enormous vessel, four Wärtsilä 46 EnviroEngines with a total output of 67.2 MW were chosen.
The 'Reynaert' entered service in 2007. The major part of the pumping power is delivered by the three Wärtsilä 6L26 engines. The ship is also equipped with two Wärtsilä controllable pitch propellers, one Wärtsilä transverse thruster and Wärtsilä propulsion controls.
Delivered in 2007, the ‘RRS James Cook’ is fitted with a propulsion system designed to eliminate underwater radiated noise whilst operating at 11 knots. The two fixed pitch propellers are driven by four Wärtsilä 9L20 double elastically mounted generating sets producing 7,0 MW.
The Subahi Class cutters are operated by the Kuwaiti Coast Guard since 2004. Each vessel is equipped with two Wärtsilä waterjets LJ65E. (photo courtesy of OCEA)
The luxury yacht ‘SAMAR’ was launched in 2006. The ship is powered by a diesel-electric propulsion system consisting of three Wärtsilä diesel generators and two drive motors with twin Wärtsilä fixed-pitch propellers.