Inland and Maritime passenger transport

Passenger transport, tourism cruises, dinner-cruises, crew transfer...

Special projects

Aluminium welded assemblies, platforms, structures & superstructures, dry docks, floating lodges...

Commercial workboat applications

Marine & inland waterway works, hose & line handling, rescue, research & survey support..

Home Press Review

Maritime Journal - October 2014

"A new waterways passenger boat"

 

France's Alumarine Shipyard has now begun the construction of a new waterways passenger boat. [...] The vessel will be particularly innovative and environmentally friendly thanks to a diesel/electric hybrid propulsion system. [...]

This new generation boat is designed for towns and represents a modern and ecological way to develop transport and tourism on their waterways.

 

 

 

Read more...
 

Shetland News - August 2014

"Yell firm gets new mussel harvesting boat"

 

"A new purpose-built mussel harvesting vessel arrived in Lerwick Harbour on Thursday.

Built by Alumarine Shipyard in Nantes [France], the Service-Cat 14 aluminium boat – named "Reliance" – measures 14 metres long and 6.5 metres wide..."

 

 

 

Read more...
 

Le Marin - février 2014

"Le chantier dans le giron de Grand Large Yachting"

 

"Alumarine Shipyard veut recentrer son activité sur le marché professionnel et se focaliser sur les catamarans pour la plaisance.

 

Déjà partenaire du groupe Grand Large Yachting, Alumarine Shipyard a été racheté fin octobre. Stéphan Constance, le président du groupe, a un discours optimiste. [...] Avec Alumarine, "il y a un modèle intermédiaire qui garde la bonne pratique industrielle et la souplesse terrain de l'artisanal..."

 

Read more...
 

Significant Small Ships of 2013

"Calais Majest'in: Futuristic tram-inspired design for French city shuttle boat"

 

"Urban passenger shuttle boats are undergoing significant transformations in design, the most notable being a push for the boat to blend in with its surroundings.

 

For instance, some designers have raised the point that a number of city dwellers have little interest in marine technical features and would prefer a waterborne, short-hop solution that is styled more in the aesthetics of cars, trams / trains or buses. In terms of these vessels' potential appearances, the shuttle boat Calais Majest'in, which was delivered in May 2013, provides an interesting glimpse of how design trand may evolve...

 

Read more...
 

Les Echos - Mai 2013

"Le bateau-bus futuriste débarque à Calais"

"La navette fluviale créée par Alumarine Shipyard présente une ligne très futuriste, inspirée du design des projets de train ou de tramway les plus modernes.

Les navettes fluviales reviennent dans les villes européennes pour réduire l’encombrement urbain. C’est un nouveau marché mais aussi un champ d’innovation pour Alumarine Shipyard, chantier naval situé à Couëron, près de Nantes...

 

Read more...
 


Page 6 of 8