Max. Length: 380.0m | Max. Width: 70.0m | Max. Draft: 7.3m
The yard encompasses about 19.7 hectares of land including the present facility near the Gdynia city centre and newly acquired area of former Stocznia Gdynia S.A. It has one 380 – metre – by – 70 – metre dry dock and four floating docks with lifting capacity ranging from 1,200 to 12,000 tonnes and has about 2,900 lineal metres of berthing with all the cranes required. It is fully equipped to carry out most advanced ship repairs and conversions to the ship owners requirements and demands. High quality of our work is certified with Quality System ISO 9001:2008, approved by ABS Quality Evaluation and PRS. In addition Nauta meets the requirements of: ISO 14001:2004, PN-N-18001-2004 and AQAP 2110:2009. Thanks to our technical potential, high quality, experience and knowledge of our personnel, modern technologies and newly acquired production facility we have become one of the biggest and most competitive shiprepair yards in the Baltic region. Our ship repair competitiveness and efficiency is not only in terms of quality, but also in terms of service prices and delivery times. The expanded production facility, with its excellent location, makes it an ideal place for the ship repairs of large and very large vessels. Over 85 years of activity Nauta Shiprepair Yard has designed and built over 500 vessels. Nauta Shiprepair Yard has carried out complicated conversions and lengthening/shortening projects irrespective of the line of the cut. Up to now over 100 of such technically most sophisticated operations have been performed. Among the others they include conversion of container vessels into car carriers, conversion of deep water tugboats and fishing trawlers into offshore vessels. Apart from the civilian production, Nauta Shiprepair Yard provides services in the area of repair, modifications and building of the naval vessels for the Polish and foreign navies, including, but not limited to the works on board submarines. Having obtained all necessary certificates the total level of the services for the Polish navy has been constantly growing. The gained experience in repairs of naval vessels, low labour costs and certified quality makes the yard and ideal place for repairs of naval vessels for other NATO countries.
|Address||ul. Waszyngtona 1, 81-342 Gdynia, Poland|
|Type||Name||Length [m]||Width [m]||Draft [m]||Lifting capacity [t]||Max crane SWL [t]||Crane capacity|
|Graving dock||Dry Dock 1|
|Graving dock||Dry Dock 2|
|Floating dock||Dock 1|
|Floating dock||Dock 2|
|Floating dock||Dock 3|
|Floating dock||Dock 4|
Dry Dock with Norwegian Tanker Capsizes at Polish Shipyard
A floating dry dock housing the Norwegian tanker Hordafor V capsized at the Nauta Shipyard in Gdynia, Poland, April 27, 2017. Photo source: PortalMorski.pl A floating dry dock holding a Norwegian tanker capsized Thursday afternoon at the Nauta Shipyard in ... * For more details please register
April 27, 2017
Nauta Yard launches Voyager
At the end of 2012 Nauta transferred most of its production facilities to the area which previously belonged to Gdynia Shipyard. The acquisition of additional space has created enormous growth opportunities for Nauta Shipyard. * For more details please register
February 22, 2017
The new SOV for Statoil floated out in Poland.
The SOV for servicing Statoil in Dudgeon Wind Farm in the English sector is well underway. Nauta Shipyard in Gdansk, Poland, launched ESVAGT''s latest newbuilding in late January, and it is now on tow to Havyard Ship Technology in Leirvik, Norway ... * For more details please register
June 16, 2016
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