The Falkor (too) oceanographic vessel built and modified by Freire Shipyard for the Schmidt Ocean Institute will receive scientists from National Geographic.
Falkor (too) will receive explorers from the National Geographic Society after partnering with Schmidt Ocean Institute
The sponsorship of the RV Belgica, built by Freire Shipyard, was held in Ghent, Belgium, with Princess Elizabeth of Belgium, the godmother of the ship.
Today we close our participation in Navalia with the visit of the president of the Xunta, Alfonso Rueda and its economic vice-president, Francisco Conde.
Jesús Freire honored, at the 1st Conference on Technological Innovation of the Sociedad para el Estudio de los Recursos Marítimos (SOERMAR).
10 years ago the launch of the RRS Discovery was celebrated touching the waters of Vigo for the first time. It was considered the world's most modern research.
The Freire Shipyard facilities received today the students of the Master and the 4th year of Naval Engineering from the Escuela Politécnica Superior de Ferrol, in a visit organized with the support of the Official College of Naval Engineers.
The advisory council of the American private non-profit foundation dedicated to oceanographic research and the exploration of the marine environment, Schmidt Ocean Institute, yesterday visited the oceanographic research vessel Falkor (too) and met with the directors of Freire Shipyard in Vigo.
On Monday, February 28, a new oceanographic research vessel was launched in Vigo. This vessel C/FREIRE-730 will help to develop and preserve Abu Dhabi's natural resources and economy.
Last Sunday 28th February the official sea trials of our C/FREIRE-723 successfully concluded.
Launching of Oceanographic vessel “Belgica” for the Belgian Government