Vessels

Fosen Yard has signed a contract with Torghatten-Nord

Published: 7. December 2022

Fosen Yard has signed a contract with Torghatten-Nord for the electrification of MF Barøy.

Torghatten Nord’s car ferry B/F Malangen

Published: 18. November 2022

Torghatten Nord’s car ferry B/F Malangen arrived Fosen Yard’s facility in Rissa on 28.09.22 to undertake a comprehensive upgrade, where the primary task is to convert the power plant to a battery hybrid solution.

15m Work Boats for the Aquaculture Industry

Published: 10. November 2022

Fosen Design & Solutions have designed a 15m work boat for the aquaculture industry and Fosen Yard in Rissa started cutting the steel for the first of a series on 21 September. For this production we utilize one of the production halls that only served as storage area and thus, a great way for us to make better use of this facility.

Frøy Challenger, converted from a platform supply vessel to a delousing vessel

Published: 29. September 2021

Frøy Challenger was converted from a platform supply vessel to a delousing vessel in the period April 2021 to September 2021.

Maritimt.com / Grip Antarctic

Published: 18. March 2021

On 26 January 2021 Grip Antarctic was delivered from Fosen Yard to Aquaship, Kristiansund. The original design is by Atlantconsult Marine.

tekfisk.no

Published: 15. February 2021

The two live fish carriers have been lengthened by altogether 32 meters at Fosen Yard – see link to tekfisk.no

FSG 774 safely arrived

Published: 2. November 2020

The RoPax vessel Honfleur (FSG 774 / FY 93) has safely arrived at Fosen Yard to complete outfitting and commissioning there.

New contract to Fosen Yard

Published: 26. October 2020

We are delighted to announce that the Norwegian shipowner Siem Group has awarded Fosen Yard AS in Rissa the assignment to complete a larger and modern passenger ferry.

“Color Hybrid” is Ship of the year

Published: 4. June 2019

Skipsrevyen’s Ship of the year 2019 goes to “Color Hybrid”. The prize is awarded during NOR-Shipping by secretary in the Environmental Department Sveinung Rotevatn