Consulting and technical assistance for shipowners, ports and maritime players.

+33 9 84 04 82 84

310 rue Paradis, 13008 Marseille

info@alwenashipping.com

HAWAIKINUI 2

PRESENTATION OF THE PROJECT

With a length of 87m and Bureau Veritas classification, the new ro-ro vessel HAWAIKINUI 2 will carry around 2,000 tonnes of cargo at 12 knots.

 

Autonomous for commercial operations thanks to a high-capacity loading crane, and with a significantly greater carrying capacity than the current “Hawaikinui”, the new flagship of the SNP fleet will offer better service to business and private customers on the “Iles sous le Vent” route.

 

Passengers have not been forgotten, with a comfortable lounge, sanitary facilities and a dedicated dining area for 12 passengers in the ship’s accommodation.

Category

New Building

CLIENT : SNP

START OF PROJECT : 04-2019
END OF PROJECT : 03-2025

MAIN CARACTERISTICS
OF THE SHIP

VESSEL TYPE : RoRo
LENGTH OVERALL : 86.98 m
MOULDED BREADTH :15.80 m
DRAUGHT (SCANTLING) : 4.5 m
CAPACITY : 2 000 DWT
MATERIAL : Steel
PROPULSION : 1 x CPP shaft line
SERVICE SPEED : 12 knots

OUR MISSIONS

Consideration of the shipowner's operational needs

Project management on behalf of the customer

Review of the technical specification drawn up by the shipyard

Assistance in shipyard selection process

Validation of detail and production drawings (ongoing)

Site supervision (to come)

Steps of the project

04/2019
Understanding the customer's needs and selecting the shipyard

Organization of shipyard visits and review of specifications proposed as part of the shipbuilding process.

 

03/2022
Signing the shipbuilding contract

Shipowner SNP signs shipbuilding contract with Royal Bodewes shipyard.

 

02/2023
Steel cutting

Beginning of shipbuilding HAWAIKINUI 2 with cutting of first steel plate.

 

Any questions about this project ?

We're here to help.
Contact us for any information you may require.

Similar projects

Ferrymar-Alwena-Shipping-04
Ferrymar
New Building of a 6600 DWT RoRo
c125
Vaitere
Design and engineering of a 90m ROPAX for French Polynesia
default
Roonui II
1000-ton deadweight barge