Delivered in 2004, the VS 4403 PSV ‘Viking Energy’, designed by Wärtsilä ship Design and built by Kleven Verft AS in Norway, is the world's first LNG-powered supply vessel. The vessel has a diesel-electric propulsion plant with four Wärtsilä 6L32DF dual-fuel engines.
Wärtsilä has delivered propulsion machinery for the new M/S Viking Grace passenger ferry built for Viking Line by STX Finland at the shipyard in Turku. The vessel entered service in January 2013.
Delivered in 2009, the ‘Viking Lady’ is potentially the world’s most environmentally friendly ship. The Wärtsilä Ship Design of the 92 m platform supply vessel embodies a number of groundbreaking, energy efficient, and emissions reducing technologies.
The new Wärtsilä VS 489 Gas PSV design features outstanding energy efficiency. Wärtsilä scope of supply includes Low Loss Concept for Electric Propulsion, the Wärtsilä 34DF main engines, and the recently introduced Wärtsilä 20DF engine. (photo : Harald Valderhaug)
Delivered in 2010, the ‘Voyager’ is a pelagic trawler designed by Wärtsilä Ship Design. It is fitted with a complete Wärtsilä propulsion solution, comprising a 16-cylinder Wärtsilä 32 engine driving a reduction gear and a controllable pitch propeller. Wärtsilä also provided the control system for the installation.
For the Wladyslaw Orkan, delivered in 2003, and her three sister ships, Wärtsilä supplied each ship with a Wärtsilä 7RT-flex60C main engine and three Wärtsilä 6L20 auxiliary engines.
The ‘W TUG 60’ is the Wärtsilä Ship Design solution for a harbour tug of 60 tonnes bollard pull with a speed of approx. 12 knots and an overall length of 29.50 m. (Note: possible adaptation within a range of 50 BP to 65 BP)
The ‘W TUG 80’ is the Wärtsilä Ship Design solution for an escort tug of 80 tonnes bollard pull with a speed of approx. 14 knots and an overall length of 35.00 m. (Note: possible adaptation within a range of 70 BP to 100 BP)
The first dual-fuel, IMO Tier III compliant yacht: Fincantieri Yachts developed the naval architecture while Wärtsilä was fully responsible for the propulsion system. Stefano Pastrovich joined the project to provide his exciting interpretation as exterior and interior designer.