European Marine Engineering
Conference and Awards
25-26 April 2017, Amsterdam

European Marine Engineering <br />Conference and Awards<br />

Ship of the Year Award

To view the full award criteria please visit the Awards homepage

2017 shortlist:


Shturman Albanov

An innovative Arc7 Ice-breaking shuttle tanker designed to provide year-round transportation of oil from the Ob river estuary for the first time in history at temperatures down to -45°C and break ice up to 1.8 metres thick


Creole Spirit

The world’s first LNGC newbuilding specified with dual-fuel ME-GI low-speed engines, cutting fuel costs by 30 per cent vs steam propulsion. It is the first large vessel fitted with Wärtsilä’s combined inert gas generator and gas-combustion unit (GCU). It is designed to reduce boil-off gas.

Texels Eigen Stoomboot Onderneming (TESO)


This ferry operates in an environmentally sensitive area  and is fuelled by CNG in a dual-fuel arrangement. It has 700m2 of solar panels connected directly to its switchboard and batteries that are charged overnight.

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