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Whilst the history of Assens Shipyard A/S stretches back an impressive 160 years in its own right, the shipbuilding heritage of Assens harbour, Denmark, goes much deeper – back 1700 years to the time of the Vikings

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Situated in the south of Sweden, an hours drive from Malmö and Copenhagen, ScanMarine was formed in the 1980s by members of several Swedish shipyards

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Brødrene Aa is a ship construction yard situated in the coastal village of Hyen, in the west Norwegian municipality of Gloppen

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“When the company first began operations, its primary work was the building of fishing vessels for businesses in the North Sea,” states Carl Erik Kristensen, newbuild department manager of Hvide Sande Skib & Baadebyggeri (HSSB)

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Santierul Naval Constanta (SNC) is one of east Europe’s largest marine vessel construction and maintenance yards, with two dry docks and 3500 metres of berth space for the repair of ships up to eight metres in draft

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For more than 80 years Schiffswerft Diedrich has built and repaired ships in the Ems-Mündung region of north-western Germany

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The shipbuilding heritage of the town of Monnickendam, Netherlands, home to Hakvoort Shipyard, extends back over 400 years

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Working on inland waterway vessels since 1967, De Gerlien-van Tiem shipyard is a family-owned business specialising in the fields of ship repairs, bow thrusters, steering rods and shipbuilding

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Swede Ship Marine is a privately owned shipbuilding group consisting of three affiliated shipyards across the west coast of Sweden – Djupvik Shipyard, Swede Ship Composite and Swede Ship Yachtservice

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Experts in modern shipbuilding, Vaagland Båtbyggeri AS is a family owned company first founded in 1927 and based on Vågland close to Halsa, in Norway

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