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Clipperton launched at Nauta Shipyard
The Nauta Shipyard in Poland has launched a new fishing vessel, partly outfitted for completion at Karstensens SkibsvÃ¦rft in Skagen. This is Nautaâ€™s sixth launch this year at its Newbuilding Division.
Clipperton is a 63 metre by 13 metre beam pelagic trawler, ordered by Swedish company B-C Pelagic AB from Karstensens Skibsvaerft AS. This is the twelfth partly-outfitted newbuild for the Danish yard, which has been co-operating with Nauta for a number of years. There are currently five vessels under construction at Nauta for Karstensens, which has a healthy orderbook of newbuilds for customers in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and the UK.
Since the opening of Nautaâ€™s newbuilding division in Gdańsk in September 2013, the yard has already signed contracts for building 22 fishing vessels.
Other important areas of activity for the shipyardâ€™s newbuilding division activity are construction of research units as well as service offshore vessels, plus Nauta has also recently signed a key contract for a special purpose signal intelligence vessel for the Swedish Navy.
WorldFishingToday - 18-11-2017