Besiktas Shipyard
  • Izmit Bay Bridge / 15.02.2014

    The bridge will be located at the eastern end of the Sea of Marmara, close to İzmit and approximately 50km from Istanbul

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  • In House Workshops are Expanding / 10.02.2014

    In house 10 workshops are located on a total of 50.000 square meter land in Beşiktaş Shipyard.

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  • Turkish yards reel in Scandinavian owners / 20.12.2013

    Despite what looked like a meltdown of the Turkish shipbuilding industry when the shipping.

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  • Live Fish Carrier / 16.12.2013

    We are pleased to announce that Besiktas Shipyard has signed 1 + 1 live fish carrier newbuilding contracts with Norwegian shipping company Intership.

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  • What's in a name? Two Turkish Workhorses from Robert Allan Ltd. / 26.11.2013

    As the fleet of tugs worldwide continues to expand, the choice of original names becomes ever more limited, so it is delightful to contemplate the

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  • Besiktas receives the Outstanding Safety Achievement Award 2012... / 05.11.2013

    "The Besiktas Group has managed a complex transition, in a challenging trading geography, while consistently delivering safe operations consistent with the highest standards."

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  • Cargo Tank Installation for Gas Carrier / 24.10.2013

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  • Delivery of Besiktas GH / 03.08.2013

    M/T Besiktas GH, 9000 cbm LPG/LEG Tanker, designed by MES Italy, vessel is owned by Galata Gas Shipping which is a joint venture of Besiktas Shipping of Turkey and Gas & Heat of Italy.

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  • Besiktas Shipyard as a Reliable Service Location for PCC, Ro-Pax and Ro-Ro Vessels / 15.08.2013

    Besiktas Shipyard keeps on breaking the routine with its growing reputation and quality provided during the projects in the new shipyard area. Apart from regular dry docking services, there have been many complicated conversion, modification and damage recovering projects within year 2013.

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  • Buoyant Besiktas expands with acquisition of neighboring yard / 03.05.2013

    The Turkish shipyard has bought up the adjacent VBG facility and will gradually shift its newbuilding activities to the newly acquired plant

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  • STX Changxing Rose at Besiktas / 18.03.2013

    STX Changxing Rose, a 2010 built, 60.396 GT vehicles carrier owned by Korea's STX Marine Service Co. underwent a fire during voyage on loading condition in garage decks.

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  • 3rd Panamax Dock / 12.02.2013

    Besiktas Shipyard increased the docking capacity with a new panamax size floating dock. New dock is able to accommodate vessels up to 92.000 DWT.

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  • Transporter / 11.02.2013

    Besiktas Shipyard’s Self-Propelled Platform Hydraulic Transporter, with a lifting capacity of 200 tons, is in operation.

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  • Lefter / 08.02.2013

    Besiktas Shipyard’s floating crane, “Lefter”, is in operation with its 100 tons of lifting capacity. Apart from the strong crane support on our berths, we now have a great lifting ability from sea side.

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  • Besiktas breaks into Scandinavian offshore market / 05.12.2012

    The Turkish yard sees three years of effort crowned with two prestigious orders signed in one week.

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  • PGS fixes new quartet / 13.11.2012

    PF THOR has ordered four new seismic support vessels on the back of long-term charters from Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS)...

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  • The pride of northern Norway / 08.11.2012

    Ytterstad fishing company, located in the northern part of Norway, has acquired a new flagship from the Besiktas Shipyard in Istanbul, Turkey.

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  • Besiktas picked to build Palmali PSV trio / 21.09.2012

    Turkey’s Besiktas Shipyard has won a contract worth $120m to build three ice-class platform-supply vessels (PSV) for Palmali Shipping.

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  • New Floating Dock / 11.09.2012

    In addition to Yard’s two docks, another Panamax size floating dock will be in operation by the end of 2012, with an additional pier.

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  • Building Up Momentum / 04.06.2012

    Besiktas Shipyard is a young Turkish shipbuilding and repair yard established by maritime services company Besiktas Group.

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  • Power 2012: Top 50 Owners And Operators (2 To 50) / June 2012

    Owners and Operators 47: Yavuz Kalkavan, Besiktas Group, Turkey (new entry)

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  • Italian player goes to Besiktas after Gdansk delay / 29.02.2012

    Italy’s Gas and Heat has contracted Besiktas Shipyard in Turkey to complete a 9,000-cbm ethylene carrier that was earlier set to be completed by Poland’s Gdansk Shipyard.

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  • Besiktas secures Palmali barge deal / 15.02.2012

    Turkey’s Besiktas Shipyard has clinched a deal to build a platform-construction barge for Palmali Shipping, which has in turn chartered the vessel to Russian major Lukoil.

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  • Besiktas launches four tankers for Palmali Group / 25.11.2011

    Yalova-based Besiktas Shipyard launched the third tanker of Armada series ordered by Palmali Group.

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  • Leiv Eiriksson Rig Undergoes Weight Control in Turkey by Inocean Engineers / 09.05.2011

    Leiv Eiriksson lies in anchorage on the outskirts of Istanbul, just a stone’s throw from the Besiktas Shipyard dry dock. Three engineers from Inocean are on board, working systematically on the rig, measuring the weight and placement of all the equipment. The weight control is part of the 10-year class certification procedures for Leiv Eiriksson, one of the world’s most modern semi-sub drilling rigs.

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  • Rig repair job a big boost for Besiktas / 17.03.2011

    Besiktas Shipyard in Turkey has snagged a prestigious 60-day repair contract for one of the largest semisubmersible drilling rigs in the world, the Leiv Eiriksson (built 2001).

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  • Ten for Turks / 28.10.2009

    Turkey’s Palmali group has signed up for ten new 7,050-dwt tankers at the domestic Besiktas Gemi Insaa Anonim Sirketi shipyard.

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  • Turks Win Quartet / 30.03.2009

    Turkish shipyard Besiktas Gemi Insaa Sanayi has sealed a EUR 60m ($79m) deal for four LPG ships.

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