The ‘SAS Amatola’, commissioned in 2006, is the first of four South African Valour class frigates. These vessels have a ‘Waterjet and a Refined Propeller’ or WARP® propulsion solution with three shaft lines. (photo courtesy of Blohm+Voss GmbH)
The ‘SCHIFFKO CV 1300’, a Multipurpose / Container vessel with fully cellular cargo holds, reinforced for carrying heavy loads, has more than 1300 TEU container capacity and up to 419 reefer plugs. This Wärtsilä Ship Design vessel is 155.00 m in length with a 11,600 gross tonnage and a service speed of 19.80 knots.
The ‘SCHIFFKO CV 400’ is a container vessel with fully cellular cargo holds, and has more than 400 TEU of container capacity. This Wärtsilä Ship Design vessel is 102.00 m in length with a 3620 gross tonnage and a service speed of 14.50 knots.
The ‘SCHIFFKO CV 7300’, a Post-Panamax Container vessel with fully cellular cargo holds, has more than 7300 TEU container capacity and up to 1300 reefer plugs. This Wärtsilä Ship Design vessel is 325.40 m in length with a 77,500 gross tonnage and a service speed of 25.50 knots.
The vessel is the first of a series of 10, and was delivered in 2000. The ‘Schippersgracht’ is powered by a 6-cylinder Wärtsilä 64 engine giving an output of 12,060 kW at 333 rpm.
The ‘Siem Pearl’ became operational in August 2009, and is the first of 10 anchor handling vessels (AHTS) delivered to Siem Offshore. The ‘Siem Pearl’ also features Wärtsilä’s Low Loss Concept, a diesel electrical power distribution system that increases fuel efficiency.
The ‘Spearhead’ is the first Joint High Speed Vessel (JHSV), and is designed to reach 43 knots without payload. (photo courtesy of AUSTAL)
Delivered in 2009, the ‘Valiant’ is a 90 BP escort tug powered by two Wärtsilä 8L26 engines, and is well suited for missions such as offshore terminal assistance and coastal towing.
Wärtsilä supplied six 16-cylinder Wärtsilä 32 diesel engines and ancillary equipment including fuel and lubricating oil filters, coolers and pumps to ‘Stena Drill MAX’, among the most powerful drilling ships in the world. The first of four vessels was delivered to Stena Drilling in 2007 and was the result of co-operation between Samsung and Wärtsilä.
Sten Idun is a 16400 dwt Chemical Tanker with a Wärtsilä equipment package of engines, gear and propulsors. Sten Idun vas commissioned 2003 and features a PTI booster and takes me home mode.