Season's Greetings!!!

24th Dec 2019

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Orders intake

15th Nov 2019

Although the reports show a year-on-year significant decline in newbuilding orders to Far Eastern shipyards, in the last months SeaQuest has been able to secure a promising series of new contracts:

  • Plan Approval & Supervision of 2 x 157k DWT Crude Oil Tankers at NewTimes shipyard, China (2019 - 2021)
  • Supervision of 3 x 300k DWT Crude Oil Tankers (VLCC) at DSME, S.Korea (2019 - 2021)
  • Contract Negotiation, Makers Selection, Plan Approval & Supervision of 2 x 113k DWT Crude Oil Tankers at HHI, S.Korea (2019 - 2021)
  • Contract Negotiation, Makers Selection & Plan Approval of 3 x 115k DWT Product Carriers at HSHI, S.Korea (2019 - 2020)
  • Supervision of 2 x 50k DWT Product Carriers at HMD, S.Korea (2019 - 2020)
  • Technical Negotiations, Makers Selection & Plan Approval of 2 x 30k m3 LNG Carriers in a yard t.b.a. (2019 - 2020) 
  • Site Supervisor of EGCS Retrofit on 31 x 400k DWT bulk carriers at Yiu Lian Dockyards, China (2019 - 2020)

The fact that SeaQuest provides consistent and competitive newbuilding project management services is well known among ship owners and investors.


New Zealand's Newest Navy Ship Christened in South Korea

6th Nov 2019

The Royal New Zealand Navy’s largest-ever ship, Aotearoa, has been christened at a ceremony at the Hyundai Shipyard in Ulsan.

After having completed the plan approval process, since January 2018 SeaQuest is carry on the construction supervision of the new sustainment vessel.

Aotearoa is the Maori name for New Zealand, literally meaning "land of the long white cloud", and its delivery is scheduled in the first quarter of 2020.

At 173 m long, she is the largest ship the Royal New Zealand Navy has ever had in the fleet, endeavor to provide global sustainment to New Zealand and coalition maritime, land and air units. Manned with a core crew of 64 plus 11 flight crew, Aotearoa will be able to carry and operate an RNZAF NH90 helicopter. It boasts state-of-the-art design and capability features, including ice-strengthening and “winterization” to facilitate operations in Antarctica’s extreme weather conditions.

The ship will operate as a fleet tanker and a supply ship. She will be able to carry 12 containers of supplies and will have the ability to produce 100 tonnes of freshwater each day – critical when providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief. The 26,000 tonne ship will also provide marine diesel and aviation fuel along with limited food and ammunition stored in 20 ft containers.


Maritime CEO Forum - Monaco

22nd Oct 2019

SeaQuest has sponsored the "Maritime CEO Forum" debut in Monaco at the famous Yacht Club de Monaco on 22 October 2019.

The event is designed as the anti-shipping conference, with three panels packed full of shipowner CEOs. No presentations, no slides, no selling, just the top people in the industry discussing pressing issues.

A perfect opportunity to circulate SeaQuest brand in an unconventional, high quality, fresh and enjoyable event.

Maritime CEO Forum is an invitation-only event made possible by the sponsors such as SeaQuest, limited in size to ensure all attendees, which included an outstanding number of shipowning companies' top managers, can make the most of the day, enjoy the stunning views, and relax afterwards with a champagne at The Observatory on level 5 of the yacht club.