Asenav

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Asenav
Founded 1973
Headquarters Chile, Valdivia
Key people
Eberhard Kossmann
Products shipbuilding
Slogan N/A
Website Asenav.cl
View of the hangars of Asenav in Calle-Calle River

Asenav is a Chilean ship building company, based in Santiago with their main shipyards located in southern Chile in the middle of the city of Valdivia, some 15 km from the Bay of Corral at the Pacific coast. The company was established in 1973 by the German immigrant Eberhard Kossmann.

Ships built by Asenav:

  • Ferries
    • Fueguino (1999)
    • Alonso de Ercilla (2001)
    • Patagonia (2006)
    • Cruz del Sur II (2006)
    • Crux Australis (2008)
    • Don Jaime (2012)
  • Tug boats
    • Pulli (1991)
    • Pirehuico (1996)
    • Chan Chan (2000)
    • Riñihue (2002)
    • Svitzer Bedford (2005)
    • Skyring (2007)
    • Loncura (2008)
    • Punta Pereira (2012)
  • Tourism ships
    • Patagonia Express (1991)
    • Luciano Beta (1994)
    • Mystique Princess (1996)
    • Mare Australis (2002)
    • Atmosphere (2006)
    • Stella Australis (2010)
  • Fishing vessels
    • Tritón (1993)
    • Pehuenco (1994)
    • Corsario I (1997)
    • Christian í Grótinum (1997)
    • El Cazador (1997)
    • Murman II (1998)
  • Offshore ships
    • Skandi Stord (1998)
    • Maersk Dispatcher (2005)
    • Maersk Nomad (2009)
    • Maersk Nexus (2010)
  • Well boats
    • Don Antonio C (2003)
    • Patagón IV (2003)
    • Patagón V (2004)
    • Patagón VI (2007)
    • Patagón VII (2012)

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