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2018.04.24
World Maritime Day 2018
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2017.09.29
The Shipyard Gryfia has signed a contract to build icebreakers for Regional Water Management Board in Gdańsk
Today, Maritime Ship Repair Yard “Gryfia” J.S.C. officially signed a contract to construct four icebreakers for the Regional Water Management Board in Gda┼äsk. The construction of the icebreakers will be subsidized in 85 % from resources of the Cohesion Fund as part of Operational Programme „Infrastructure and Environment” 2014-2020. The deadline for the order to be carried out has been fixed for the IVth quarter of 2021. The ships will be built at the shipyard of Szczecin. Supervision of the construction will be exercised by Polish Register of Ships. It is...
Today, Maritime Ship Repair Yard “Gryfia” J.S.C. officially signed a contract to construct four icebreakers for the Regional Water Management Board in Gda┼äsk. The construction of the icebreakers will be subsidized in 85 % from resources of the Cohesion Fund as part of Operational Programme „Infrastructure and Environment” 2014-2020. The deadline for the order to be carried out has been fixed for the IVth quarter of 2021. The ships will be built at the shipyard of Szczecin. Supervision of the construction will be exercised by Polish Register of Ships. It is another series of icebreakers that MSR Gryfia will build. In 2014, similar two ships, Stanis┼éaw and Andrzej were handed over to the Regional Water Management Board in Szczecin. At present the Regional Water Management Board in Gda┼äsk have at its disposal five icebreakers – Foka, ┼╗bik, Tygrys, Orka and Rekin, whose age ranges from 24 do 31 years. Building the four new ships constitutes part of the programme to renew a flotilla of icebreakers across Poland.  
2017.09.04
Installation of ballast systems
Maritime Ship Repair Yard Gryfia J.S.C. has finished installing systems for cleaning ballast water. These are the first orders that the shipyard has received from the regular client – KESS Company, an owner of a fleet of car carriers. The first of the ships, Main Highway, was equipped with a system at the shipyard last July, the second, Neckar Highway, underwent the operation to install a system last August. Both the ships are almost 100 m in length and 19,6 m in width. Thanks to low draught, they are adapted to using smaller ports. The necessity to install the systems results...
Maritime Ship Repair Yard Gryfia J.S.C. has finished installing systems for cleaning ballast water. These are the first orders that the shipyard has received from the regular client – KESS Company, an owner of a fleet of car carriers. The first of the ships, Main Highway, was equipped with a system at the shipyard last July, the second, Neckar Highway, underwent the operation to install a system last August. Both the ships are almost 100 m in length and 19,6 m in width. Thanks to low draught, they are adapted to using smaller ports. The necessity to install the systems results from the convention on controlling and dealing with ballast waters. This means that all maritime ships will be obliged to dispose of ballast waters by means of using special systems, leaving ship-owners no option but to have equipment installed aboard their ships in order to comply with requirements of the convention as soon as it enters into force.
2017.07.05
Ferry Cracovia in dry-dock of shipyard MSR Gryfia
On the 2nd of June at Maritime Ship Repair Yard J.S.C. “Gryfia”, repair work started on ferry “Cracovia” (formerly “Drujba”) that was purchased by Polish Baltic Shipping J.S.C. from a Bulgarian ship-owner. The ship-owner has had his ships repaired in Szczecin for many years. The ferry is 180 m long and 24,3 m in width. After being repaired, “Cracovia” will be able to take about 124 passenger cars and 64 trucks as well as 650 passengers on board. She will sail en route from ┼Üwinouj┼Ťcie to Ystad. “Cracovia” will be the third...
On the 2nd of June at Maritime Ship Repair Yard J.S.C. “Gryfia”, repair work started on ferry “Cracovia” (formerly “Drujba”) that was purchased by Polish Baltic Shipping J.S.C. from a Bulgarian ship-owner. The ship-owner has had his ships repaired in Szczecin for many years. The ferry is 180 m long and 24,3 m in width. After being repaired, “Cracovia” will be able to take about 124 passenger cars and 64 trucks as well as 650 passengers on board. She will sail en route from ┼Üwinouj┼Ťcie to Ystad. “Cracovia” will be the third ferry of Polish Baltic Shipping J.S.C. She will be the third ferry to sail the route and will join ferries “Mazovia” and “Baltivia” that are now in use. Purchase of the ferry constitutes an element of a more extensive strategy carried out by Polish Baltic Shipping J.S.C. that consists in expanding the fleet. The biggest investment that is carried out within the framework of the strategy is the construction of a brand new ship, the contractor of which is Maritime Ship Repair Yard J.S.C. “Gryfia”. Work indicated by the classifier (Polish Register of Ships) and that related to social spaces for travellers is now being done on ferry “Cracovia”. Like ferry Mazovia, “Cracovia” will be characterised by special graphics on her bow. The ferry is now lying in dry-dock no.5, which belongs to Maritime Ship Repair Yard J.S.C. “Gryfia” in Szczecin.
2017.07.04
Puck and Isa, next bulk carriers to undergo repairs at shipyard ÔÇťGryfiaÔÇŁ
Two ships belonging to a Szczecin-based ship-owner, Polish Steamship Company, are moored alongside the berth of shipyard “Gryfia” in Szczecin. Puck and Isa are bulk carriers that will undergo dock repair in the shipyard’s biggest dry-dock no.5. The year 2017 will see the repair, in the shipyard’s dry-docks, a total of 10 ships owned by the Szczecin-based ship-owner.  
Two ships belonging to a Szczecin-based ship-owner, Polish Steamship Company, are moored alongside the berth of shipyard “Gryfia” in Szczecin. Puck and Isa are bulk carriers that will undergo dock repair in the shipyard’s biggest dry-dock no.5. The year 2017 will see the repair, in the shipyard’s dry-docks, a total of 10 ships owned by the Szczecin-based ship-owner.  
2017.07.04
Aragonith
Unibaltic is a Szczecin-based ship-owner that has a fleet of 10 ships, including 8 chemical tankers. Chemical tanker “Aragonith” is now undergoing dock repair in dry-dock no.3 of Maritime Ship Repair Yard J.S.C. “Gryfia”. Unibaltic Company has entrusted us with repairing their ships for years, which shows that we enjoy their trust and cooperation between our companies is excellent. The last time we performed repair for Unibaltic was in June 2016 on ship Thopas. The main area of activity of the company is transportation of fluid and bulk products by sea between...
Unibaltic is a Szczecin-based ship-owner that has a fleet of 10 ships, including 8 chemical tankers. Chemical tanker “Aragonith” is now undergoing dock repair in dry-dock no.3 of Maritime Ship Repair Yard J.S.C. “Gryfia”. Unibaltic Company has entrusted us with repairing their ships for years, which shows that we enjoy their trust and cooperation between our companies is excellent. The last time we performed repair for Unibaltic was in June 2016 on ship Thopas. The main area of activity of the company is transportation of fluid and bulk products by sea between European ports.
2017.07.03
Ice-breakers readied for 2018 winter
After the action to break the river ice that took place this winter, the hulls of the icebreakers underwent a temporary survey this June. Five ships owned by Regional Water Management Board in Szczecin were inspected. The customer required that the scope of work to be done on 5 icebreakers should be carried out within 30 days from the date of signing the contract. Thanks to dimensions of the ships, it was possible to place them in dry-dock at the same time. The scope of work included the following: inspecting the shell plating, surveying the rudder blade and screw propeller as well as...
After the action to break the river ice that took place this winter, the hulls of the icebreakers underwent a temporary survey this June. Five ships owned by Regional Water Management Board in Szczecin were inspected. The customer required that the scope of work to be done on 5 icebreakers should be carried out within 30 days from the date of signing the contract. Thanks to dimensions of the ships, it was possible to place them in dry-dock at the same time. The scope of work included the following: inspecting the shell plating, surveying the rudder blade and screw propeller as well as the stern tube seal, taking measurements of clearances in bearings of the rudder system and of wear-down of the tail shaft in addition to filling in missing paint on the shell plating.
2017.06.26
Maritime Ship Repair Yard has laid the keel for a ferry for Polish Baltic Shipping Company
On the 23rd of June 2017, on “Wulkan Nowy” slipway at the Industrial Part of Szczecin, ceremony of laying the keel for a passenger and car ferry (ro-pax) took place. The ferry, which is to be delivered to the Polish Baltic Shipping Company, will be constructed in Szczecin by Maritime Ship Repair Yard J.S.C. “Gryfia”. The official beginning of building of the passenger and car ferry for Polish Baltic Shipping Company was marked by the ceremony of laying the keel on “Wulkan Nowy” slipway on the premises of Industrial Part of Szczecin marked. It is...
On the 23rd of June 2017, on “Wulkan Nowy” slipway at the Industrial Part of Szczecin, ceremony of laying the keel for a passenger and car ferry (ro-pax) took place. The ferry, which is to be delivered to the Polish Baltic Shipping Company, will be constructed in Szczecin by Maritime Ship Repair Yard J.S.C. “Gryfia”. The official beginning of building of the passenger and car ferry for Polish Baltic Shipping Company was marked by the ceremony of laying the keel on “Wulkan Nowy” slipway on the premises of Industrial Part of Szczecin marked. It is Maritime Ship Repair Yard J.S.C. “Gryfia” that is responsible for constructing the ferry, which bears number B 145-I/01. The ferry will be 202,4 m long and 30,8 m wide. With the design draught of 6,3 m, she will be able to reach a speed of 18 knots. The new ferry will be capable of accommodating the crew of 70 and 400 passengers aboard. Thanks to applied solutions, she will be a modern ferry that will meet high environmental standards. The Ro-Pax will be equipped with an internal combustion and electric propulsion and the main fuel used by her will be liquid natural gas (LNG). It will be possible for the ferry to be refuelled at the LNG terminal in ┼Üwinouj┼Ťcie and of the port of Ystad. The main designers of the ferry are Messrs Piotr ┼╗elazek and Marek Nowak from Westcon Design office. A few reputed Polish design offices are expected to take part in later stages of the project. In keeping with the accepted schedule, the Shipyard will begin constructing sections the end of 2017, the beginning of 2018. Next, in June of 2018, work will begin on the slipway. The ferry is scheduled to be launched in 2019 and re-delivered to the ship-owner in 2020. Chairman of Maritime Ship Repair Yard J.S.C. “Gryfia”, Mr Marek Ró┼╝alski, stressed symbolic meaning of laying the keel. This beautiful, maritime tradition constitutes a very important moment in the process of building ships – the day of laying the keel is a milestone in the process of building a ship and from then on a classification society is entrusted with overseeing construction. Building the ferry for the Polish Baltic Shipping Company is one of key elements of the government’s Responsible Development Plan (Plan To Responsibly Develop), the aim of which is to move Polish shipyards in the direction of constructing larger, highly specialised ships, while enhancing competitiveness of ferry operators at home.
2017.05.26
Nor-Shipping 2017
Nor - Shipping 2017 ! You will find us in hall D06-21. We invite and look forward to seeing you !
Nor - Shipping 2017 ! You will find us in hall D06-21. We invite and look forward to seeing you !
2017.05.12
The engine room of the third ferry of ÔÇťKarsib├│rÔÇŁtype to undergo repairs at MSR GRYFIA
The engine room of the third ferry of “Karsibór” type will be repaired at Maritime Ship Repair Yard “Gryfia” J.S.C. Yesterday (that is on 11.05.2017 ), a contract between the ship-owner, ┼╗egluga ┼Üwinoujska, and Maritime Ship Repair Yard „Gryfia” J.S.C. was formally signed. The main purpose of the ferry’s repair is to install new drives that will be modern, more trouble-free and will generate savings on fuel. In the previous years, Shipyard Gryfia performed similar repairs to ferry “Karsibór I” ( 2015 ) and...
The engine room of the third ferry of “Karsibór” type will be repaired at Maritime Ship Repair Yard “Gryfia” J.S.C. Yesterday (that is on 11.05.2017 ), a contract between the ship-owner, ┼╗egluga ┼Üwinoujska, and Maritime Ship Repair Yard „Gryfia” J.S.C. was formally signed. The main purpose of the ferry’s repair is to install new drives that will be modern, more trouble-free and will generate savings on fuel. In the previous years, Shipyard Gryfia performed similar repairs to ferry “Karsibór I” ( 2015 ) and “Karsibór II” (2012 /2013), respectively. The ferry will arrive for the repairs after the summer season. The deadline for the work to be finished is February next year.
2017.04.05
Putting in a tender to repair ferry ÔÇťKarsib├│r IIIÔÇŁ
Maritime Ship Repair Yard „Gryfia” J.S.C. has submitted an open tender to repair the engine room on board car and passenger ferry “Karsibór III”. The tender was invited by the town of ┼Üwinouj┼Ťcie. The repair is planned to last from the end of the year 2016 to the beginning of the year 2017. The main purpose of the ferry’s repair is to install new drives that will be modern, more trouble-free and will generate savings on fuel. In the previous years, Shipyard Gryfia performed similar repairs to ferry “Karsibór I”.
Maritime Ship Repair Yard „Gryfia” J.S.C. has submitted an open tender to repair the engine room on board car and passenger ferry “Karsibór III”. The tender was invited by the town of ┼Üwinouj┼Ťcie. The repair is planned to last from the end of the year 2016 to the beginning of the year 2017. The main purpose of the ferry’s repair is to install new drives that will be modern, more trouble-free and will generate savings on fuel. In the previous years, Shipyard Gryfia performed similar repairs to ferry “Karsibór I”.
2017.03.27
MSR Gryfia has put forward the most advantageous contract to deliver icebreakers for Regional Water Management Board in Gdansk
Maritime Ship Repair Yard “Gryfia” J.S.C. has won the contract to build four new icebreakers for Regional Water Management Board in Gdansk. The offer by the shipyard was acknowledged as the most advantageous as a result of performing examination and estimation of offers as part of an open tender. The process of examination and estimation was done by the Client. Two shipyards, MSR Gryfia S.A. and REMONTOWA Shipbuilding S.A., will be bidding for the contract. The building of the icebreakers will be financed from the funds of the Subsidy Programme “Infrastructure and...
Maritime Ship Repair Yard “Gryfia” J.S.C. has won the contract to build four new icebreakers for Regional Water Management Board in Gdansk. The offer by the shipyard was acknowledged as the most advantageous as a result of performing examination and estimation of offers as part of an open tender. The process of examination and estimation was done by the Client. Two shipyards, MSR Gryfia S.A. and REMONTOWA Shipbuilding S.A., will be bidding for the contract. The building of the icebreakers will be financed from the funds of the Subsidy Programme “Infrastructure and Environment 2014-2020”. The deadline for completion of the order, as set by the Client, is in the fourth quarter of 2021. The contract is for one first-line icebreaker and three second-line icebreakers to be constructed. A first-line icebreaker will be used for breaking up thick ice cover and cutting out a straight ice-free route for other ships whereas the task of second-line icebreakers will be to pulverise the already broken up ice and to widen the straight ice-free route cut out by the first-line icebreakers as well as to cut out an ice-free route where the first-line icebreakers cannot gain access. All the ships will be adapted to function as tugboats and rescue ships. The icebreakers will be adapted to perform the above-mentioned functions thanks to a connection aimed at providing a hose to the installation of a ship being extinguished. Thanks to the ability to install an oil spill containment boom aboard, they will be able to fight oil spills. Each of the icebreakers is to be equipped with living quarters and a social room for the crew of six. The ships will be built at the shipyard in Szczecin. It is another series of icebreakers that will be built by MSR Gryfia. In 2014, two similar icebreakers, namely, first-line icebreaker Stanis┼éaw and second-line icebreaker Andrzej were built and handed over to Regional Water Management Board in Szczecin. At the moment, Regional Water Management Board in Gdansk has five icebreakers at its disposal – Tygrys, Orka, Foka, ┼╗bik and Rekin, which are from 24 to 31 years old. The building of the four new icebreakers is part of the programme to renew the flotilla of icebreakers across Poland.  
2017.03.24
Another CSL at MSR Gryfia
Self-unloading ship Tertnes, which belongs to the international group CSL Group Inc., will go into dry-dock no.1. She is a ship that is equipped with a system of belt conveyors just like the ship CSL Elbe, which underwent repairs at Gryfia Shipyard at the end of January and the beginning of February of this year. Ships of this type are mainly used to carry dry bulk cargo such as sand, minerals, coal, fertilizers, aggregate, and such like. The scope of the repair includes the following: steel repairs, maintenance of the hull and cargo hold, repair of the self-unloading system, survey of the...
Self-unloading ship Tertnes, which belongs to the international group CSL Group Inc., will go into dry-dock no.1. She is a ship that is equipped with a system of belt conveyors just like the ship CSL Elbe, which underwent repairs at Gryfia Shipyard at the end of January and the beginning of February of this year. Ships of this type are mainly used to carry dry bulk cargo such as sand, minerals, coal, fertilizers, aggregate, and such like. The scope of the repair includes the following: steel repairs, maintenance of the hull and cargo hold, repair of the self-unloading system, survey of the hull fittings and repair of the installation, survey of the propulsion and rudder systems as well as other work. In 2016, two ships belonging to CSL Group CSL Clyde and CSL Rhine, respectively, were repaired in the dry-docks of MSR Gryfia. One ship, CSL Trimnes, had been repaired a year earlier. The continued cooperation between the shipyard and the recognised international ship-owner testifies to our high standard of service. CSL Group Inc. (Canada Steamship Lines), having its seat in Montreal, is the world’s biggest ship-owner and operator of self-unloading ships. Its branch offices are located in both the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia. In Europe, the branch office of ship-owner, CSL Europe, deals mainly with markets in the neighbourhood of the North Sea and western part of the Mediterranean.
2017.03.24
March dominated by ships of Polish Steamship Company
Repair work on three bulk carriers belonging to the Polish Steamship Company will start in March at MSR Gryfia. “Iryda”, “Isolda” and “Szczecin” will undergo a survey in dry-dock no. 5 in Szczecin. The scope of ordered repair work includes the ship’s hull and virtually all systems and installations of the ship. Each ship is scheduled to stay at the shipyard for 18 days on average. Orders to repair the ships result from an agreement reached between Polish Steamship Company and Maritime Ship Repair Yard “Gryfia”. A total of 10 ships...
Repair work on three bulk carriers belonging to the Polish Steamship Company will start in March at MSR Gryfia. “Iryda”, “Isolda” and “Szczecin” will undergo a survey in dry-dock no. 5 in Szczecin. The scope of ordered repair work includes the ship’s hull and virtually all systems and installations of the ship. Each ship is scheduled to stay at the shipyard for 18 days on average. Orders to repair the ships result from an agreement reached between Polish Steamship Company and Maritime Ship Repair Yard “Gryfia”. A total of 10 ships owned by Szczecin-based ship-owner will be repaired in the dry-docks of the shipyard in the year 2017. At the beginning of the year, ships “Koszalin” and “Olza” underwent repairs.
2017.03.23
Historical ÔÇťPolarstarÔÇŁ in dry-dock of MSR Gryfia
The ship “Polarstar” is one of the most precious monuments of Norway. The ship was built in Glasgow in 1948 and was originally used for catching seal. The ship’s hull is steel and partly riveted whereas decks are made of wood. In the years that followed, “Polarstar” was also used for carrying cargoes beyond the Arctic Circle during the winter. She took part in scientific expeditions, too. The ship is now undergoing rebuilding. Most of the repair work is being supervised by a Norwegian restorer and NMD. At Gryfia shipyard, the ship will undergo standard...
The ship “Polarstar” is one of the most precious monuments of Norway. The ship was built in Glasgow in 1948 and was originally used for catching seal. The ship’s hull is steel and partly riveted whereas decks are made of wood. In the years that followed, “Polarstar” was also used for carrying cargoes beyond the Arctic Circle during the winter. She took part in scientific expeditions, too. The ship is now undergoing rebuilding. Most of the repair work is being supervised by a Norwegian restorer and NMD. At Gryfia shipyard, the ship will undergo standard dry-dock repair and dock work. The work will last for about two weeks.
2017.03.15
ÔÇťAmulethÔÇŁ, another of Unibaltic family in dry-dock of the shipyard
Unibaltic is a Szczecin-based ship-owner. The fleet of the ship-owner consists of 11 ships, including eight chemical carriers (Amonith, Amaranth, Ametysth, Agath, Azuryth, Amazonith, Aragonith, Apatyth), which have been joined by another one “Amuleth”. She is both the newest and youngest ship of the ship-owner. So far, the ship has borne the name of “Fortunate” and sailed under the flag of a Turkish ship-owner. “Amuleth” has gone into dry-dock no.5, where the underwater hull and equipment are being surveyed. In the future, the ship will probably be...
Unibaltic is a Szczecin-based ship-owner. The fleet of the ship-owner consists of 11 ships, including eight chemical carriers (Amonith, Amaranth, Ametysth, Agath, Azuryth, Amazonith, Aragonith, Apatyth), which have been joined by another one “Amuleth”. She is both the newest and youngest ship of the ship-owner. So far, the ship has borne the name of “Fortunate” and sailed under the flag of a Turkish ship-owner. “Amuleth” has gone into dry-dock no.5, where the underwater hull and equipment are being surveyed. In the future, the ship will probably be repainted in the ship-owner’s traditional colours. In 2016, three ships belonging to Unibaltic, namely, ”Agath”, “Amaranth” and “Azuryth” were repaired in dry-docks of MSR Gryfia.