Vuot Song Shipyard has been established in 2000, in Vietnam. Since then, Vuot Song has completed the construction of several boats such as tugboats, barges, fishing boats, speed boats, cruise boats and yachts. Vuot Song is now among the top renowned shipyard in Asia and the biggest shipyard in New Caledonia and Pacific Islands.
At Vuot Song, we believe boats have a soul revealing from day to day through the dream of their owners, the hands of our artisans, the creativity and imagination of our architects and designers. With our diversity and knowledge in the shipbuilding industry, Vuot Song is a reliable supplier and experienced company.
Today, we are proud of our perseverance, proud of the boats leaving the shipyard, proud of our client’s pleasure sailing on these vessels and imbued with our will to always excel and most of all to keep doing this art that requires skills and styles. If there is one reason why our company reached this capacity, it will be passion. Without our passion for boats and navigation, Vuot Song would not be at this stage of recognition.
Vuot Song employs 600 workers and 400 subcontracted workers all year long and received in 2007 the ISO 9002 certification. Vuot Song works under the control of Vietnamese VIRES, Bureau VERITAS and French Maritime affairs. The shipyard has at its disposal a 61.450m2 construction area and 105.036m2 land area with a 181m dry dock, 2 cranes of 300T and 50T, a 180m slipway, a CNC plasma cutting and steel products pre treatment line and primer shop, a vertical turret and bending 3 roller machine.
2 new tugboats, number 8 and 9 of the series of 16m, 600HP has been started early 2016 under the supervision of BV and French Maritime Affairs.
6 barges will start construction in April 2015 and be delivered in October 2015 to the shipowner Cotransmine, subsidiary of SMSP in New Caledonia. The 6 barges will have a loading capacity of 300T, a length of 27m and will be classified Bureau Veritas.
The Kinde and Bogota are the sixth and seventh 16m 600 HP mono-engine tugboats of the series built under the supervision of the BV and Maritime Affairs, at Vuot Song Shipyard
The Boss (two engines) and the Marthe, Ghyslaine & Ouinne 2 (single engine) will be started end of 2013 and exported to New Caledonia in 2014 .
Vuot Song will be exhibiting at the 2014 Vietfish at the SECC in district 7.