GONDAN Initiates Construction Of Cutting-Edge Unmanned Vessel


  • GONDAN Initiates Construction of Cutting-Edge Unmanned Vessel for Underwater Maintenance and Inspection.
  • They revolutionize subsea operations by slashing CO2 emissions.
  • Equipped with the latest underwater inspection technology.

GONDAN Shipbuilders embarks on the construction of an advanced remotely operated vessel (USV) in partnership with USV A/S, a collaboration between DeepOcean, Solstad, and Østensjø Rederi, reports GONDAN.

Environmental Focus

The project aims to revolutionize subsea operations by slashing CO2 emissions by over 90% compared to traditional methods.

State-of-the-Art Design

Crafted by Salt Ship Design, the vessel will boast a hybrid diesel-electric propulsion system, enabling remote operation and autonomy for up to 30 days at sea.

Cutting-Edge Technology

Equipped with the latest underwater inspection technology, including remotely operated vehicles capable of diving to depths of 1,500 meters.

Commitment to Innovation and Sustainability

GONDAN Shipbuilders underscores its dedication to innovation and sustainability in shipbuilding by involving shipowner representatives in the steel-cutting ceremony.

Setting New Standards

Scheduled for operation in 2025, the vessel aims to establish new benchmarks for efficiency and environmental protection in maritime operations.

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Source: GONDAN