The Norwegian dealer for Shipsonic, Naustor Technology (https://www.naustor.com/), has struck an agreement for testing of our systems with the well know Norwegian Cruise company Hurtigruten (https://global.hurtigruten.com/). We will be testing our ultrasonic anti-fouling systems on the hulls of 3 different Hurtigruten cruise ships. 1) The Polarlys has been equipped with 2×100 Watt, 28 kHz ultrasonic[…]
Ridas Yachts from Estonia is building a new 115 feet ketch, called Zaca. They will install a Shipsonic HDS40-100. This is a system with 4 transducers of 100 Watt each. The system will be used to protect the hull against fouling.
The vessel The Fangst is a 14 meter Norwegian fishing boat. It is active in the North Sea and the Barents Sea. The ultrasonic system The Fangst has been equipped with 2 control-units HDS20. That makes 4 transducers all together. The transducers are evenly spread, glued[…]
Fast yacht even faster The captain of the Ange has just installed a Shipsonic ultrasonic anti-fouling system. The Ange is a competitive regatta yacht, a Beneteau First 40.7, based in Toulon. The system comprises 2 transducers Professional marine standards Shipsonic specializes in heavier systems for sea going[…]