Norwegian Breeze Ship Design has acquired Varshyp Design Ltd in Varna, Bulgaria. The engineering company has in-house, first class skills within all fields required for ship design, marine engineering and marine consultancy – making it a strong addition to the Breeze Ship Design team.
Breeze Ship Design, together with the Norwegian energy major Equinor, will develop a ship design concept for a CO2 carrier for direct offshore injection. The main key design drivers are safe loading, transport, and offshore injection of CO2 with as low emissions as possible.
Breeze Ship Design is proud and humbled to support with the re-build ships design of Eidesvik’s offshore supply vessel Viking Energy to run on an ammonia fuel cell system.
Breeze Ship Design is committed by our Vision and Strategy to accelerate sustainable solutions in naval architecture. It’s our common responsibility to take part in the world’s needed change towards renewable energy solutions in shipping, and to identify untapped potential together with clients and partners. Currently we are engaged in several projects for the development of low- or zero emission vessels within the fishery, wind & energy, and coastal- and deep-sea shipping sectors.
Reinert Nordtveit will join the naval architecture company Breeze Ship Design as their new Chief Operating Officer (COO) starting from 1st of January 2022.
Two more colleagues have joined Breeze Ship Design from 1st of September and we are very happy to welcome them onboard!
Breeze Ship Design has signed two design contracts with Eidesvik for hybrid conversion of the platform supply vessels ‘Viking Lady’and ‘Viking Prince’.
As we continue to grow with both project developments and increasing order book, we are happy to announce that Roger Johnsen have joined Breeze Ship Design from 01.08.2021 as Head of Structural Design.