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SEFİNE Shipyard proudly announces that NB27 – LMG designed 150 PCU DE Car and Passenger Ferry named “TIIU” , the second vessel built for Port of Tallinn, Estonia has been successfully delivered on 6th of March 2017 and the on 11th of March 2017 she set sail to Estonia. Soon she’ll start her service for Rohuküla-Heltermaa route.

SEFİNE Shipyard proudly announces that NB28 – Multi Maritime designed 200 PCU DE Car and Passenger Ferry named “BASTØ IV” built for BASTØ FOSEN , Norway has been successfully delivered on 7th of December 2016 and she set sail to Norway. Soon she’ll start her service on Moss-Horten route.

SEFİNE Shipyard proudly announces that NB26 – LMG designed 150 PCU DE Car and Passenger Ferry named “LEIGER” building for Port of Tallinn, Estonia has been successfully delivered to Port of Tallin on 4th of November 2016 and the day after she set sail to Estonia. Soon she’ll start her service for Rohuküla-Heltermaa route.

Caronte&Tourist S.p.A and Sefine Shipyard have signed contract for the construction of one new double ended passenger ferry for the routes across the strait of Messina, Italy. The vessel will be designed by LMG Marin, Norway with whom Sefine Shipyard has already finalized four (4) double ended ferry projects so far. The 133,6 meters long vessel will accommodate up to 1500 passengers in the summer and 900 passengers in the winter, with 290/226 passenger car carrying capacity. The vessel will operate on dual fuel generator sets for electric propulsion and she will be capable of sailing on pure LNG mode with 150 m3 LNG tank capacity. The ferry is mainly intended to operate on a Class D route but it may also operate seasonally on Class B routes. The vessel will be delivered in the 4th quarter of 2018.

SEFİNE Shipyard proudly announces that NB27 – LMG designed 150 PCU DE Car and Passenger Ferry named “TIIU” building for Port of Tallinn, Estonia has been successfully launched into the floating dock on 29th of April 2016 and she begun to sail successfully on the same day. She is planned to be delivered in second half of 2016 and to be put into service for Rohuküla-Heltermaa route.

NB27 is the second of the two under-construction double ended Car and Passenger Ferry for Port of Tallinn. The first vessel NB26 named “LEIGER” was launched on 29th of February 2016. NB26 and NB27 are 114 meter in length overall and 19,2 meter in breadth moulded with maximum 700 passenger and 150 car units, 12 trailers capacity and equipped in compliance with DNV classed, ICE-1A. Steel cuttings for NB26 and NB27 were held in April 2015 and are planned to be delivered in second half of 2016.

SEFİNE Shipyard proudly announces that NB26 – LMG designed 150 PCU DE Car and Passenger Ferry named “Leiger” building for Port of Tallinn, Estonia has been successfully launched into the floating dock on 29th of February 2016 and she begun to sail successfully on 1st of March 2016. She is planned to be delivered in second half of 2016 and to be put into service for Rohuküla-Heltermaa route.

NB26 is the first of the two under-construction double ended Car and Passenger Ferry for Port of Tallinn. NB26 and NB27 are 114 meter in length overall and 19,2 meter in breadth moulded with maximum 700 passenger and 150 car units, 12 trailers capacity and equipped in compliance with DNV classed, ICE-1A. Steel cuttings for NB26 and NB27 were held in April 2015 and are planned to be delivered in second half of 2016.

First ballast water treatment retrofit system is made by Sefine Shipyard in Türkiye with 500cbm/hour capacity.

Port of Tallinn has signed contracts on the construction of four new passenger ferries for the routes between mainland Estonia and large western islands, with Polish Remontowa Shipbuilding and Turkish Sefine Shipyard to build two ferries each. The ferries will be built in shipyards located in Gdansk, Poland and Altinova/Yalova, Turkey. The 114 meters long vessels will accommodate 150 passenger cars or 10 road trains and have passenger places equipped with safety devices for 600 passengers.

The new ferries are designed by Norwegian LMG Marin, Port of Tallinn said. «The signed contracts give confidence to all the Estonian people that starting from fall 2016 a quality connection between the large islands and mainland with new ferries that meet present-day requirements is ensured,» chairman of the supervisory board of the state-owned port operator Remo Holsmer said.