Cruise & Ferry Review - Spring/Summer 2023

119 Fosen Yard Rissa, Norway Fosen Yard’s Rissa shipyard has a dry dock that is 215 metres long and 40 metres wide with three cranes, with a 7.5-, 8- and 75-ton lift capacity. There are two outfitting quays, including one which is 160 metres long with a depth of five metres, and another that is 200 metres long with a depth of 9.5 metres. The shipyard focuses on conversion projects and has an in-house design and engineering team that can handle machinery, piping and electrical work. Vard Søviknes, Norway Vard shipyard is located on the west coast of Norway. There is one dry dock with a length and width of 120 and 23 metres, with one crane that has a lift capacity of 30 tons. There are also three quays, with lengths ranging from 75 to 150 metres, and depths between eight and 10 metres. Other facilities include piping and carpentry workshops and a 2,000-square-metre outfitting hall with two cranes that can lift 10 tons. Lisnave Setúbal, Portugal Lisnave shipyard is located in the river Sado estuary. It has six dry docks, three of them are 280 metres long and the other three range from 350 to 450 metres in length. There are also 20 dockside Astilleros Canarios Las Palmas, Canary Islands Gibdock Gibraltar Navantia Cadiz, Spain Palumbo Shipyards Paola, Malta Fincantieri Palermo, Italy Palumbo Shipyards Messina, Italy Viktor Lenac Rijeka, Croatia San Giorgio Del Porto Genoa, Italy BLRT Grupp Turku, Finland Vard Søviknes, Norway Fosen Yard Rissa, Norway Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam Amsterdam, The Netherlands Cammell Laird Liverpool, UK Harland & Wolff Belfast, Northern Ireland A & P Group Falmouth, UK Damen Shiprepair Brest Brest, France Astilleros de Santander Santander, Spain WestSea Viana Shipyard Viana do Castelo, Portugal Lisnave Setúbal, Portugal Navalrocha Shipyard Lisbon, Portugal Emden Dockyard Emden, Germany Chantier Naval de Marseille Marseille, France