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Marine

Wärtsilä is a world leader in marine technology. With an extensive portfolio of innovative and integrated products and solutions, Wärtsilä delivers efficiency, reliability, flexibility, and environmental sustainability to enhance the business of its customers. As our industry enters a new era of innovation and unprecedented efficiency, Wärtsilä is using high levels of connectivity and digitalisation to bring value and optimisation to all marine applications. In so doing, it is leading the industry’s transformation towards a smart marine ecosystem.

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  • Wärtsilä powered Incat catamarans have a grip on coveted Hales Trophy
    For thirty years, the Hales Trophy for the fastest Atlantic crossing by a commercial passenger vessel has been held by catamarans built by Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania. In fact, three successive world records for the ‘Blue Riband’ crossing have been won by Incat catamarans, and all have been powered by Wärtsilä waterjets.

    Wärtsilä powered Incat catamarans have a grip on coveted Hales Trophy

  • Carnival Pride
    The performance upgrade on the Carnival Pride cruise ship improved the total economy of the vessel.

    Carnival Pride

  • Carnival Corporation
    12-year guaranteed asset performance agreement for the fleet of 79 cruise vessels

    Carnival Corporation

  • Training for RCCL
    Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCCL) implemented a series of scrubber training packages for the world’s largest cruise vessel, ‘Harmony of the Seas’. The comprehensive packages improve the crew’s knowledge level and helps them to utilise the new emission abatement technique more efficiently.

    Training for RCCL

  • Harvey Gulf
    Wärtsilä powered Harvey Gulf OSVs awarded Workboat of the Year 2015 title. Wärtsilä has supplied a fully integrated LNG system for six LNG offshore vessels owned by Louisiana-based Harvey Gulf.

    Harvey Gulf

  • Royal Caribbean Cruises
    Temperature control improves fuel economy in cruise vessels.

    Royal Caribbean Cruises

  • El Coquí and Taíno
    El Coquí and Taíno will be the very first LNG powered, American flagged, container RoRo ships. They will operate between Jacksonville, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico on a weekly rotational basis.

    El Coquí and Taíno

  • Cabo de Hornos
    Delivered in 2013, Cabo de Hornos is an advanced and versatile oceanographic and fisheries research vessel owned by the Chilean Navy.

    Cabo de Hornos

  • Petrojarl Cidade de Rio Das Ostras FPSO
    The Petrojarl Cidade de Rio das Ostras was converted into a floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel in 2007. This former tanker is now capable of processing up to 15,000 barrels a day. Currently, it is producing oil from the Siri reservoir, some 85 kilometres off the Brazilian coast.

    Petrojarl Cidade de Rio Das Ostras FPSO

  • P-63 FPSO
    The P-63, the first FPSO to utilize gas engines to produce more than 100 MWe of power, is one of the new units coming on stream in 2013 helping to increase oil production for Petrobras.

    P-63 FPSO

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