Here at Jobi Værft, we handle all functions related to a newbuilding, from idea to delivery.
The yard has its own design studio which, in collaboration with the shipping company, reviews wishes and budgets, after which a design is developed on which the hull is to be built. Below is the hull of HM 95 August in a 3D drawing.
Here at the shipyard, we have a collaboration with a subcontractor on the steel work, which builds the hull based on drawings and instructions. During the construction, Jobi Værft's technicians and design studio supervises the build, so that there is control over quality and progress, and this also provides opportunities for minor changes along the way. When the steel work is done, it is sent for painting. The ship is sandblasted, metallised and painted based on the prepared design. After painting the hull and loose parts, all loose parts are mounted, after which the hull is launched and towed to Strandby. The pictures below are from the construction of HG 281 Elin and the launch in Poland.
Simultaneously with the construction of the hull, the design studio, are in collaboration with technicians and the shipping company, designing how the contents of e.g. the working deck must be arranged in detail. This is done using detailed 3D drawings. As can be seen in the pictures below, the event is carefully planned before the actual work begins on the ship.
When the ship arrives at the shipyard, the work of equipping the ship begins. Here at the yard, we do pretty much everything when it comes to the equipment, among other things, we do the engine installation, hydraulic installation, ventilation, machine installation, pipe installation and we have skilled subcontractors who help with e.g. The accommodation and electrical installations, some prefer a specific supplier, and we of course comply with these wishes. During the equipping, there will be several different things that must be decided by the shipping company, these decisions are made at construction meetings, where there is also talk of progress and challenges.
The pictures on the right are from the equipment of FN 462 Jeanne and FN 338 Sonjan.
Once the ship's driveline as well as essential equipment have been installed, it's time for test sailing. During the test sailing, it is checked that all the systems work as they should, and it is also here that you are allowed to experience the ship under its own power for the first time.
From the arrival of the hull to Strandby and to delivery, approx. six months passes by of equipping the ship, however, there may have been some changes or additions to the original order along the way that may extend the period.
When the ship is finished, it is time for celebrations, and the shipyard holds a big christening party with the shipping company, where all partners, family, friends or just curious people are welcome.
The pictures on the left are from the christening of FN 338 Sonjan.
If you yourself are thinking about a new building, you are more than welcome to contact us with questions or queries. We are always available.
You can contact the yard directly on tel: 9644 4496 or you can find a specific person by pressing here