Fred Olsen

Cruise Liner News – Fred Olsen Cruise Lines to sell BRAEMAR – November 2022.

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines (FOCL) announced the sale of one of the cruise liners, BRAEMAR since its is rationalizing its fleet to concentrate on modern tonnage. “While BRAEMAR’s smaller size brings many benefits, her size also brings constraints that are not aligned with where we now want to be as a business,” the company said in a …

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Valletta Cruise Port – Cruise liner BOLETTE first 2022 Scheduled Call – 19.02.2022

On Saturday 19th February, 2022 at 0805 hrs the 22 year old lady BOLETTE called again at Grand Harbour, Malta marking her first call for this year 3 months after her maiden call (13.11.2021) Like last November her last port of call was Cartagena, Spain and she proceeded to berth at Pinto 1 and 2 …

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Valletta Cruise Port – Cruise Liner BOREALIS maiden call – 08.11.2021

The second former Holland America Line cruise liner to call at Malta within 3 days was the 1997 built liner BOREALIS that passed Grand Harbour breakwaters at 0804 hrs coming from Alicante Spain during her maiden call on Monday 8th November in South Easterly weather. She’s the second ship to be named in the Fred …

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Delivery – HSC ARTEMIS to Malta – 21.12.2020

In Middle October 2020 Fred Olsen Express announced that the first high speed craft acquired and also the first ever to sail in the waters surrounding the Canary Islands, the BONANZA EXPRESS was sold to a new company named Ponte Ferries with address located in Gozo (c/o Magro Brothers ). BONANZA EXPRESS was built by …

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Cruise Liner News – Fred Olsen Cruise Line donates food from ship stores to Charity in Scotland – 17.06.2020

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines has donated more than £33,000 of food to causes in need in Scotland while her ships are laid up in Rosyth due to COVID-19 with the help of food distribution charity FareShare.  The donations with over 30 pallets worth of food, included cereals, biscuits, dried fruits, nuts and seeds, jams and …

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Offshore – Fred Olsen won contract to install Wind Turbines in Taiwan – 23.03.2020

Fred. Olsen Windcarrier’s jack-up vessel BRAVE TERN has won a contract to transport and install the MHI Vestas Offshore V174-9.5MW wind turbines on the Changfang and Xidao (CFXD) offshore wind farms in Taiwan. Fred. Olsen Windcarrier was awarded the contract by CSBC-DEME Wind Engineering.The CFXD project is divided into two phases across 2022 and 2023. …

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Valletta Cruise Port – Week 37 of 2018

Valletta Cruise Port plc (formerly VISET Malta plc) is a limited liability company which took over the cruise and ferry terminal operations following an international tender issued by the Government of Malta in 1996. Valletta Cruise Port was awarded the project and the formal agreement was signed on the 23rd of November 2001. Aerial Image of …

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Catania Port Movements – Monday 10th September 2018

The Port of Catania was first built in 1438. Repeatedly rebuilt over the centuries, today it is one of the most important ports in Sicily. With a total surface area of 615,000 m2 used for goods storage yards, Catania Port  is home to a variety of different activities: a tourist and commercial port (with national and …

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