Rolls-Royce carried out a recent automation upgrade project for Remøy Shipping, on the platform supply vessel Rem Stadt, which was built in 1996.
Island Crown - the UT 776 CD PSV is latest vessel to come from a fruitful relationship between Island Offshore and Rolls-Royce.
An award-winning Rolls-Royce design of sophisticated supply ship is breaking new operational ground in the North Sea after meeting tough stability rules.
Our award-winning Environship has entered service in Norwegian waters and is proving its worth both to customer and environment.
Kamewa propellers supplied by Rolls-Royce are a central component in vessels built to a new design methodology pioneered by Dutch shipbuilder, Daman Naval Shipbuilding.
The world’s first LNG-only cargo vessel, operating in Norwegian waters, is powered by a latest-generation Bergen C26:33 gas engine.
A milestone in green tug development has been reached with Buksér og Berging ordering Rolls-Royce gas propulsion systems for two powerful LNG-fuelled escort tugs.
A new generation of wellboats has been designed and developed by Rolls-Royce in close cooperation with Sølvtrans, the world’s largest operator transporting live fish.
The contract to supply power and propulsion systems for the two latest vessels in the U.S. Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) programme was recently secured by Rolls-Royce.
With hundreds of wind turbines appearing around the coasts of many European countries, a whole new industry has emerged