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  HARTMAN MARINE SHIPBUILDING  


The company


Hartman Marine Shipbuilding is part of the Hartman Marine Group, a maritime service and construction company headquartered in the Netherlands but with global reach. The company was established in 2003, but its roots can be traced back to 1775. The group has three distinct divisions – the two others are Yacht building and oceangoing transport – each drawing on rich seams of nautical tradition and centuries of experience found on its island home of Urk.


 

Hartman Shipbuilding designs, engineers and builds a remarkable and innovative range of versatile general cargo vessels. All the ships are designed to comply with the latest regulations and to deliver the best quality.

The Hartman Trader 18 Deo Volente won the highly esteemed Dutch Ship of the Year award in 2007. The jury praised both the innovative concept of this vessel and its market-leading potential.


 

Hartman Shipbuilding designs, engineers and builds a remarkable and innovative range of versatile general cargo vessels. All the ships are designed to comply with the latest regulations and to deliver the best quality.

The Hartman Trader 18 Deo Volente won the highly esteemed Dutch Ship of the Year award in 2007. The jury praised both the innovative concept of this vessel and its market-leading potential.




Timeline



Designs

Trader 18 type vessel
Trader 18

Length: 105 meters
Width: 16 meters
Weight: 2981 GT
Lift capacity: 2 x 120 tonnes
Notation Open-top
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M2 type vessel
M2 Runner

Length: 95 meters
Width: 14 meters
Weight: 2989 GT
Capacity: 219.000 CUF
Notation Open-top
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R2 type vessel
R2 Carrier

Length: 95 meters
Width: 14 meters
Weight: 2690 GT
Capacity: 219.000 CUF
Notation: Roll-on Roll-off / Open top
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