Multi Maritime AS has acquired Polarny Maritime D&E AS

Multi Maritime AS in Førde, is the leading ship design company…

Naming ceremony "Hornstind"

New ferry design order

Torghatten Trafikkselskap AS has signed a contract with Fiskerstrand…

Meet us at NorShipping

We will be pleased to see you at MULTI MARITIME's booth A1 -…

Steel production for the Bastø Fosen ferries has commenced

A steel cutting ceremony was held at Sefine Shipyard the 28th of April.

Fjord1 orders two ferries of MM design

Fjord1 has ordered two ferries of Multi Maritime design.

Major ferry design contract

Three 140 m long car and passenger ferries for Bastø Fosen.

Stril Server delivered to Simon Møkster

Naming ceremony held at Simek 3rd of June, 2014.

Hull launching

Egil Ulvan Rederi's new fish feed carrier has been launched at Ada shipyard in Turkey.

New concept launced

Multi purpose offshore design MM 95 MSV

New ferry order

2 ferries for Boreal Transport Nord AS.

Naming ceremony for 4 ferries

Historic event at Fiskerstrand Verft, 4 ferries for Boreal Transport Nord named in 20 minutes.

The first of the four Boreal ferries launched

See a video of the launching.

Egil Ulvan Rederi orders two fish feed carriers of MM-design

The vessels will be built by Fiskerstrand BLRT and planned delivery is Q2 and Q3 2014.

Multi Maritime designs fish feed vessels for Artic Shipping

The vessels will be built at Crist SA in Poland, and planned delivery is Q1 2014.

Multi Maritime delivers conversion design for LNG tanker

Fiskerstrand Verft AS converts a car ferry to LNG tanker for AGA Gas AB.

Multi Maritime and Fjord1 launch a new green ferry concept

"Plug-in" LNG hybrid with a significantly reduced environmental footprint.

Simon Møkster AS orders a subsea vessel of Multi Maritime design

The vessel with design notation "MM 85 MSV" will be built at Simek in Flekkefjord, Norway.

Boreal orders 3 car ferries of Multi Maritime design

50 PCU and 250 passengers

"Boknafjord" christened at Fiskerstrand Verft

Norwegian minister of Transport Magnhild Meltveit Kleppa christened FBLRT's new building 09.