Norwegian offshore salmon farming company Nordlaks has taken delivery of the second live fish carrier in a series built by Turkey’s Tersan Shipyard.
As with earlier sister Bjørg Pauline, Harald Martin has a length of 84 metres, a beam of 19 metres, and a fish transport capacity of 4,300 cubic metres. Its hybrid propulsion system consists of LNG-powered engines and a Corvus Energy battery pack.
The new wellboat will soon depart Tersan’s facilities in Yalova. It is scheduled to arrive in Vesterålen in November.
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