VIDEO: Wärtsilä Takes Fishing to Another Level

Video: Wärtsilä Ship Brings Fishing to Another Level

Based on close to 40 years of experience and their designers’ extensive knowledge, Wärtsilä has developed a new generation of fishing vessels, more fuel efficient than ever.


Harvest (VS6108 PS/TR), delivered in 2014, is one of those designs, where the combination of CFD-optimized hull lines, an efficient propulsion solution and 2-speed gear ensure reduced fuel consumption and lower operating costs.

Fishing vessels operate in remote areas and along hostile coastlines, and require reliable installations.

Wärtsilä has developed a wide range of solutions for these demanding conditions, including integrated mechanical propulsion system products, and propulsion packages.

To ensure maximum efficiency, reliability, and environmental performance throughout the entire lifecycle of the installation, Wärtsilä’s solutions are customized to meet specific ship design and operational requirements.

And although the company cannot guarantee that your luck with fishing will change, the new VS6108 will definitely provide you with an upper hand.

World Maritime News Staff, August 13, 2014



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