The ‘STX Bluebird’ car carrier was delivered in 2008, and features a machinery installation that incorporates a Wärtsilä 7RT-flex50 main engine with an output of 11,060 kW at 124 rpm. The ship is also equipped with a Wärtsilä fixed pitch propeller with 4 blades of 5650 mm diameter.
The ‘Superstar’, built in 2008, is equipped with two Wärtsilä 12V46 main engines and three Wärtsilä Vaasa 6R32LNE auxiliary engines.
Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA, the global rolling cargo operator, will retrofit their vessel MV Tarago with a Hamworthy Hybrid Exhaust Gas Cleaning System.
During trials in 2004, ‘The world is not enough’ achieved a top speed of 69 knots. The yacht has a three-shaftline solution, consisting of two Wärtsilä LJ77E steering and reversible wing jets, and a centre Wärtsilä LJ84E booster jet. The waterjets are weight-optimized to achieve the best power/weight ratio.
The ‘Tong Xu’ is a large trailer suction hopper dredger delivered in 2008. The vessel is equipped with a complete Wärtsilä package with two 12V38 engines, two gearboxes, two controllable pitch propellers, two transverse thrusters and propulsion controls.
Delivered in 2007, the ‘Tonnerre BPC’ is the second ship of the Mistral Class, the French Navy's first all-electric warships. The power-generation system consists of three Wärtsilä 16V32 and one Wärtsilä 18V200 generating sets, together providing 20.8 MW power for propulsion and services. (photo courtesy of Dominique Pipet)
Delivered in 2010, the 56,000 dwt bulk carrier ‘TTM Phoenix’ features a machinery installation incorporating a Wärtsilä 6RT-flex50 main engine with an output of 9720 kW at 123 rpm. The vessel is also equipped with Wärtsilä Sterntube Seals and Bearings.
Delivered in 2010, Hallin Marine’s Ullswater is a 78 m DP2 Subsea Operations Vessel equipped with a 15 man saturation diving system and a 50 tonne offshore crane for subsea work. The vessel, a Wärtsilä Ship Design, is to perform diving support, subsea construction work, crane lifting and ROV operations.
The “USNS Lewis and Clark”, commissioned in 2006, is the first vessel of fourteen vessels of the new T-AKE Class. For each vessel Wärtsilä supplies the 6500 mm diameter fixed pitch propeller and the shafting systems.
The ‘USS Independence’ (LCS 2) entered service in 2010. The vessel design is based on that of a high-speed trimaran. Wärtsilä supplies two LJ150E waterjets for the wing propulsion lines, and two LJ160E waterjets for the centre propulsion lines. (photo courtesy of AUSTAL)