Scotland’s Macduff Shipyards Limited has recently signed over its latest new build, ‘Lily Mae’, to Scottish Sea Farms Limited, Shetland Division.
New build ‘MV Helen Mary’ was delivered to Inverlussa Marine Services during May 2015. Built at Macduff Shipyards in Scotland, this 28 metre, triple screw, shallow draft, multi-role support vessel has been designed with a focus on the offshore renewable energy sector and other general support duties, including survey support, supply, dive support, standby, mattress laying, general towage, non-standard cargo, small anchor handling.
Macduff Shipyards has just completed its latest vessel called the ‘SSF/MD 1’, the first of four 150t tonne automated feed barges being built for Scottish Sea Farms Limited.
The latest general purpose harbour tug designed by Macduff Ship Design and built by Macduff Shipyards has been launched, powered by WaterMota supplied engines.
In the past few weeks six new tugs have been completed, all to designs by Macduff Ship Design Ltd.
Sea Herald, a new all purpose £1m workboat built by Macduff Shipyards has commenced operations with Aberdeen Harbour Board for whom it will carry out a variety of tasks from debris removal and bed levelling work to hydrographic surveys and occasional pilot duties.
The Scottish Government has pledged funds towards the estimated £1.5m upgrade of MV Shapinsay, the ferry serving the Orkney islands route from Kirkwall to Shapinsay.
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Macduff Shipyards Limited have recently completed their most prestigious order to date with the handing over of the Fisheries Research Vessel (FRV) ' Alba Na Mara' . The 27m steel vessel was built for the Fisheries Research Services, an agency of the Scottish Executive, to replace FRV " Clupea" .
The new steel pilot launch, Sea Shepherd , built by Macduff Shipyards Ltd hasrecently completed trials and been delivered to Aberdeen, built to the order of Aberdeen Harbour Board .