Neptune Marine together with C-Job Naval Architects has successfully designed and delivered a 200m³ Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD), the EuroHopper 200.
Representing a new design for the yard’s portfolio, the vessel’s engineering package was a collaborative effort between the two companies.
“After receiving an initial 3D design from Neptune, we started with the naval architecture, various arrangement drawings – layout of the deck and engine room, for example – and engineering and production drawings for the steel construction of this TSHD,” said C-Job’s Lead Naval Architect for the project Marc van der Zwaluw. “We coordinated our scope with the yard’s own engineering input that included HVAC, electrical and piping work.”
Commenting on the relationship with Neptune Marine, Mark added that C-Job has completed a number of projects for Neptune over the years.“This includes a shallow draft tug, a seagoing supply vessel as well as the EuroHopper 200, which has been specifically designed for maintenance dredging in ports and coastal waters. We are looking forward to working with them again in the future.”
Neptune has been offering versatile maritime solutions, for over 40 years. The company designs, builds, repairs, converts and mobilizes vessels for the maritime industry including offshore, renewables, marine infrastructure and aquaculture.