In preparation for its 80th birthday celebrations next year Danish Naval Architect firm Knud E. Hansen has announced its new company logo. The new design – picturing the superstructure of a modern cruise ship within the lines of a traditional Viking longship – combines the company’s modern perspective on the world of ship design with its rich maritime heritage.
Knud E. Hansen designs many different kinds of custom vessels including dredges.
Knud E. Hansen was founded in 1937 by a Danish Naval Architect of the same name focused on custom designs. More recently Knud E. Hansen has expanded its portfolio to encompass a broader range of vessels which now includes container ships tankers offshore support vessels and wind turbine installation vessels. Furthermore the company’s passion for efficient internal arrangements has made it a key player in the field of RoPax RoRo and ConRo ships. Currently the company is once again involved in a number of cruise vessel projects.
Knud E. Hansen employs more than 80 naval architects and marine engineers in Denmark UK USA Greece Australia and the Faroe Islands.