Project Updates

Olympic Boreas CSOV


Location: Norway

Vessel type: CSOV

Length: 89.6m

Width: 19.2m

Speed: 12.8 knots

The Olympic Boreas is a construction service operation vessel (CSOV) that will cater to the offshore wind industry. The vessel is based on the SX222 design by Ulstein Verft. Ulstein Verft is a branch of the Ulstein Group, a conglomerate of maritime firms based in Norway. The Olympic Boreas was launched from the dock hall at Ulstein Verft, Norway, in April 2024.

Luminara superyacht


Location: France

Vessel type: Luxury yacht

Length: 242m

Width: 29.1m

Speed: ​​​​​​​18 knots

The Luminara will be luxury cruise operator Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s third new-build superyacht. Constructed at Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Sant-Nazaire, France, she is scheduled to embark on her maiden voyage in July 2025. Luminara will be powered by four Wartsila 31 dual-fuel engines, using liquefied natural gas (LNG) as the primary fuel.

Neoliner Origin


Location: France
Project type: RoRo sailing cargo vessel

Length: 136m

Width: 24.2m

Speed: 12.9 knots

The Neoliner Origin is a sailing roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) cargo vessel being constructed by RMK Marine for Neoline, a maritime company based in France, to transport transoceanic freight. The vessel will operate on a transatlantic route connecting the ports of Saint-Nazaire and Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon in France, with Baltimore and Halifax in the US.