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Prysmian orders new ship for EUR 170 million

It will require a big bottle of champagne to inaugurate the new ship, when Italy's Prysmian deploys its new, huge cable-laying vessel two years from now.

Prysmian's fleet of current cable-laying vessels will soon be joined by a big brother. | Photo: Prysmian

Italy's Prysmian could have ordered 90 brand-new Sea Ray L550 Fly yachts with 850 HK engines, lengths of 17 meters and three bedrooms in tasteful beige leather, listed at DKK 14.4 million (EUR 1.93 million) each.

Instead, the global cable manufacturer has decided to spend a minimum of EUR 170 million ordering what will be the world's most advanced cable-laying ship.

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