Albion Marine Solutions offers vessel design services from initial concept through contractual design documentation to a final production working drawings and procurement support.

Our naval architects have gained experience working aboard ships and in shipyards. We partner with owners to design vessels that are ideally suited to a specific purpose by applying engineering solutions.

Our team has experience in design, optimization, conversion, repowering and various retrofit passenger’s vessels, ferries, tugs, tankers, FSO, FPSO, FSRU, barges, tankers, bulk carriers, LNG and specialized vessels. We provide a unique combination of seagoing and shipbuilding practical experience in the commercial marine industry with innovative design capabilities to produce highly efficient solutions for our clients.

We support clients through shipyard qualification and selection, bid review, contract negotiations and new build construction management.

Our naval architectural services include: 

  • Concept, Preliminary, Contract and Functional Design
  • Design Study Reports and Feasibility Studies
  • Repower Design Studies and Engineering
  • Vessel Conversion Studies and Engineering
  • Tonnage Support
  • Hull Development, Definition, and Fairing
  • Structural Design and Advanced Analysis, including FEA and CFD
  • Model Development

Ship Design

We have an experienced, professional staff of Naval Architects capable to face innovative design challenges. Our team has the experience, capabilities and capacity for any project. Albion Marine Solutions scope of services ranges from concept studies through design documentation, to production working drawings and procurement support.

Sample Projects

To reduce the environmental impact and carbon footprint Albion Marine has developed an innovative and state of the art Hybrid Patrol Vessel. The vessel design uses proven hybrid technology that guarantees perfect interaction between both diesel and diesel-electric with optimum power delivery. This design meets Transport Canada standards and of the member societies of International Association of Classification Societies (IACS). The primary purpose of the vessel would be to support the Harbour Master activity that includes conducting on-water compliance monitoring, port procedures education and enforcement, vessel escorts, removal of navigational hazards, and to assist in marine oil-spill response. In addition, the vessel could be used for scientific monitoring and sampling, conducting port tours and operating as a remote emergency operations centre.

Albion Marine has also developed an aluminum Oil Recovery Barge. Our team has designed a non-powered aluminum barges of varied sizes for increased storage capacity of recovered oil in calm waters that would be deployed in response to a marine pollution incident. All constructions and equipment complies with the Canadian Coast Guard Agency Standards and other regulations. 

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