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Yet Another ‘World’s First’ For Solar Solve Marine

Tue, 28 March 2017

The contract for the ‘World’s First’ pair of LNG powered containers ships was signed in December 2012 between owners Tote Marine and builders GD Nassco of San Diego, USA.  Both of the vessels were delivered around 3 years later with no anti-glare roller sunshades installed at the navigation bridge windows. 

Tote Maritime took delivery of one of its new liquefied natural gas-fueled container ships – the 764-foot (233-meter) Perla Del Caribe in January 2016, two months ahead of schedule.

“The Perla Del Caribe and the Isla Bella exemplify world-leading, innovative technologies being used to build ocean-going ships that are cost-effective, friendly to the environment and offer a competitive edge,” said GD Nassco Vice President and General Manager, Kevin Graney in the delivery announcement.  “The Marlin-class containerships are the largest dry cargo ships powered by LNG, making them the cleanest cargo-carrying ships anywhere in the world.”

The ships have Korean-built MAN Diesel & Turbo-design 8L70ME-C8.2GI engines.

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Rolls-Royce power for special forces

Tue, 28 March 2017

Rolls-Royce has won a contract to supply engines and waterjets to power and propel two new high-speed vessels designed and built by Intermarine (Immsi Group) for the Italian Navy.

The construction of the two high-speed multi-purpose units (UNPAV) has recently begun at Intermarine’s Sarzana shipyard.

The vessels are more than 40 metres long, 8 metres wide and powered by three MTU 2000 series diesel engines connecting to three Kamewa S4 water jets.

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From boat to boardroom.

Tue, 28 March 2017

Seawork exhibitor Reygar has a new fleet monitoring system called BareFLEET, which has been designed using years of experience, hard won through robust monitoring systems in the marine renewables sector.

Back in 2001 Reygar director Chris Huxley-Reynard remembers standing at the foot of the ladder of the UK’s first commercial scale tidal turbine generator, a mile offshore, with 6kts of tide rushing past his feet and huge vortices being shed off its monopile structure. “It was an exciting and sobering experience getting on and off the turbine, you had the feeling Mother Nature didn’t want you there” says Chris. For 15 years he and his Reygar colleague Felix Francis, worked in the nascent tidal turbine industry, designing, building and operating free stream tidal generators first for Marine Current Turbines and Tidal Generation, and then later for Rolls-Royce and Siemens.

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Maritime Nation India 2017 - Dates Announced!

Thu, 23 March 2017

South Asia’s leading Exhibition and Conference for the Maritime and Logistics Ecosystem; to be held on 14-16 September, 2017

Venue: CIDCO International Exhibition and Convention Centre, Vashi, Navi Mumbai

Maritime Nation India 2017, a unique global platform for exhibitors to demonstrate their expertise and secure business opportunities in the Indian Maritime and logistics Sector, is back after its successful and well-received maiden event held last year.

With over 200 participating leading companies, eminent speakers, government representatives, academicians, and global experts, the event presents a huge opportunity to network, initiate, and forge partnerships. 

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Electric cranes for LNG ops

Mon, 13 March 2017

Liebherr is delivering efficient electric cranes to Puerto Rico which will be used to load and discharge containerised cargo aboard Crowley’s two new LNG powered Con-Ro ships.

These three new, ship-to-shore container cranes manufactured in Ireland by Liebherr and assembled in Cork Harbour, are scheduled for delivery to Crowley Puerto Rico Services’ Isla Grande Terminal in San Juan in late March.

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Aircraft carrier infrastructure handover

Mon, 13 March 2017

Netherlands-owned UK construction company VolkerStevin has delivered the Queen Elizabeth Class (QEC) Base Porting Infrastructure Project in Portsmouth Harbour on budget and two months ahead of schedule. The infrastructure was officially handed over to the naval base on Tuesday 7th March 2017.

VolkerStevin was appointed by UK MoD offshoot, the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) as the principal contractor on the project back in 2014 along with BAE Systems.

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Guidance Marine wins award for innovation

Mon, 13 March 2017

Guidance Marine picked up the Dynamic Positioning 2017 award at the Offshore Support Journal Annual Awards for its targetless sensor.

RangeGuard is the first sensor developed by Guidance Marine that does not use physical targets, it uses radar reflections from its surroundings to calculate precisely the vessel’s range to the nearest object in its field of view.

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Mainstay celebrates ferry delivery with ministerial visit

Tue, 28 February 2017

A Pembrokeshire-based designer, builder and maintainer of workboats was praised by the Welsh Government Economy Secretary for its commitment to local employment and apprenticeship scheme.

Ken Skates AM visited Mainstay Marine ahead of the firm finalising delivery details of a chain ferry for use on the Isle of Wight.

Also known as a floating bridge, the ferry will transport more than 1.5 million pedestrians and 400,000 vehicles per annum.

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Mainstay ferry project

Mon, 27 February 2017

A Pembrokeshire UK-based designer, builder and maintainer of workboats has been praised for its commitment to local employment and apprenticeship scheme.

Welsh Government Economy Secretary, Ken Skates, praised the project during a visit to Mainstay Marine ahead of the firm finalising delivery details for the chain ferry to the Isle of Wight.

Stewart Graves, managing director of Mainstay Marine, said: “The new ferry has been a fantastic project to work on, with many of our apprentices assisting with its construction.”

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Damen feels the commodities price pinch

Mon, 27 February 2017

Damen Shiprepair & Conversion has announced a reorganisation at three Dutch yards within its group. Staff members of Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam, Damen Shiprepair Van Brink and Damen Shiprepair Vlissingen were informed that the overall number of staff will be reduced by approximately 150 employees.

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Cammell Laird kite boat

Mon, 27 February 2017

Merseyside, UK shipyard and engineering company Cammell Laird has held a special ceremony to launch a unique kite boat designed to raise funds for charity Claire House Children’s Hospice.

The CL Challenger was designed by retired shipyard naval architect Bill Owen incorporating a kite as the main power source to propel the vessel. The eco-friendly vessel also generates electric power for radio, lights and GPS through batteries charged via solar panel.

It will now be used by a team of intrepid kite surfers for a range of sea-faring challenges to raise vital cash for the Bebington children’s charity.

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Rovco dives into international waters

Mon, 27 February 2017

UK-based ROV survey start-up company Rovco has taken its firsts steps into international waters and made significant progress towards growing its global footprint following the completion of two subsea survey contracts in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

The contract awards saw Rovco perform advanced subsea survey work in Fiji and Oman, utilising its state-of-the-art SubAtlantic Mojave, Seaeye Falcon and VideoRay Pro 4 ROVs.

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Fincantieri and Ferretti announce a cooperation agreement

Mon, 27 February 2017

Two major Italian maritime boatbuilders have announced that they have reached a cooperation agreement with the goal of developing commercial and industrial synergies between the two companies.

Fincantieri and Ferretti are both leaders in their respective markets and it is anticipated that the cooperation will lead to the sharing of expertise and marketing.

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Port of Cork wave buoy

Mon, 20 February 2017

Irish Metocean data networking company TechWorks Marine was awarded a contract to design and deploy an operational Wave Buoy for Port of Cork in late 2016, to be deployed at Roche’s Point on the approach to Cork Harbour.

As the Wave climate in Ireland takes its toll on equipment, a large platform was recommended in order to survive the heavy weather, and maximise visibility of the data buoy to the shipping activity using the harbour on a daily basis.

Central to this development is the TechWorks Marine TMBB-Data Acquisition and Transmission system, the versatile and configurable monitoring platform is designed around it.  The TMBB is a robust, reliable and scalable data acquisition system, which ensures the ongoing collection and transmission of quality assured data to enable clients to make informed decisions linked to their commercial activity.  Already operational, data is being transmitted in real-time every 20 minutes to the Port of Cork Operations station.  The inertial wave sensor used on the buoy is the SeaView Systems SVS-603.  The Mobilis Jet9000 buoy Hull was selected as the most robust and reliable platform for such long term operational deployment. Irish Metocean data networking company TechWorks Marine was awarded a contract to design and deploy an operational Wave Buoy for Port of Cork in late 2016, to be deployed at Roche’s Point on the approach to Cork Harbour.

As the Wave climate in Ireland takes its toll on equipment, a large platform was recommended in order to survive the heavy weather, and maximise visibility of the data buoy to the shipping activity using the harbour on a daily basis.

Central to this development is the TechWorks Marine TMBB-Data Acquisition and Transmission system, the versatile and configurable monitoring platform is designed around it.  The TMBB is a robust, reliable and scalable data acquisition system, which ensures the ongoing collection and transmission of quality assured data to enable clients to make informed decisions linked to their commercial activity.  Already operational, data is being transmitted in real-time every 20 minutes to the Port of Cork Operations station.  The inertial wave sensor used on the buoy is the SeaView Systems SVS-603.  The Mobilis Jet9000 buoy Hull was selected as the most robust and reliable platform for such long term operational deployment. 

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SL-75 Solar Marine Lantern

Mon, 20 February 2017

Australian AtoNs manufacturer Sealite has introduced the new SL-75 3-5NM Solar Marine Lantern with Bluetooth connectivity.

Sealite says that the SL-75 is the most innovative, compact 3-5NM solar marine lantern available in the market today, and incorporates GPS synchronisation, GSM monitoring and Bluetooth connectivity.  

Designed and manufactured in-house, the innovative SL-75 lantern has advanced control features and is built from impact resistant polycarbonate with 3 mounting options. The SL-75 boasts dual high performance solar modules tilted for maximum sunlight capture, delivering up to 40% more solar collection than a horizontal solar module. 

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New UK investments for Aderco

Mon, 13 February 2017

Aderco has opened a new operational base in the UK to serve the marine markets in the UK, US and Caribbean.

The new investment is in response to continued growing demand, the company will also serve as a reporting line for Aderco’s worldwide network of distributorships.

Peter Stevenson, from Aderco, said: “This is an exciting time for Aderco, whose proven fuel treatments deliver cost savings and efficiency gains that are in tune with today’s concerns and resonate with customers. Aderco has an outstanding commitment to innovation and we are continuously improving our solutions to enable the maritime industry to meet today and tomorrow’s challenges.”

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Safehaven XSV 17

Mon, 13 February 2017

Irish boatbuilder Safehaven Marine has launched the prototype of its latest new design: XSV 17 ‘Thunder Child’.

The XSV 17 is a development of Safehaven’s new Barracuda range of high speed, low RCS Interceptor / patrol craft for commercial, Search and Rescue and naval operations. The new design brings even greater capabilities incorporating greater speed, greater range, higher crew capacity and an even lower RCS (Radar Cross Section).

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SMS Aquaculture service vessel

Mon, 13 February 2017

Southampton Marine Services has launched its latest vessel, a 23m aquaculture service vessel, at its Ocean Quay shipyard in Southampton UK.

The Alyssa has been built for Scottish commercial diving and marine services company Leco Marine and will be the largest vessel in its fleet.

Designed by Argyll Maritime Design Services, the Alyssa will perform general fish farm work and is equipped with a net-cleaning and inspection system for the maintenance of fish-farm nets.

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Ireland to lead MaRINET2

Mon, 06 February 2017

An investment of €10.5 million in EU funding for marine renewable test facilities was recently announced in Dublin by University College Cork.

It is the second phase of funding in the transnational, multi-million euro initiative, called MaRINET2, which aims to help industry accelerate the development of offshore renewable energy technologies and infrastructure by opening up access to 57 test facilities across 13 European countries. The project is co-ordinated by MaREI, the Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy, at University College Cork.

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New managing director for RTS Wind

Mon, 06 February 2017

Neil Parry has taken over the management of RTS Wind in the United Kingdom and spent his first week at the headquarters of RTS Wind AG in Germany.

The new managing director, who’s role will be to further establish RTS Wind in the UK, has held management roles in global sales, key accounts and business development with Vestas, ABB and SubC.

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Industry welcomes Hendry Review on tidal lagoons

Mon, 06 February 2017

A new Government-backed report has highlighted the potential of tidal lagoon technology and the key role it will play in providing the UK with reliable and affordable energy.

The Hendry Review was carried out by Charles Hendry, a former energy minister, and concluded that tidal lagoons can play a cost-effective part of the UK’s energy mix. With large scale tidal lagoons almost certain to be able to play a valuable and competitive role in our electricity system in the future.

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Subsea cabling competition

Mon, 06 February 2017

The UK’s Carbon Trust Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA) has launched a competition aimed at improving subsea cabling systems in the offshore wind industry - and is actively seeking input from a range of 'complementary industries.'

As Olivia Burke, an Associate who leads on cabling for the OWA at the Carbon Trust, explains, currently available solutions are not able to detect and monitor mechanical cable limits with the required accuracy, prompting the OWA to cast its net wider and search for novel systems and technology ideas from other sectors - such as telecommunications, civil and marine engineering, automotive and oil and gas - which could be 'adapted for subsea cable application.'

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Loc partners with Wavec

Mon, 06 February 2017

UK-headquartered international marine and engineering consultancy LOC Group (London Offshore Consultants) has announced it is partnering with WavEC Offshore Renewables, a private, non-profit offshore marine energy research and consultancy association.

As part of the agreement, LOC will provide its expertise on the complete lifecycle of offshore wind development, from project blueprint to operation.

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Great Yarmouth outer harbour developments

Mon, 06 February 2017

Construction works to enhance the port infrastructure at Great Yarmouth outer harbour for several high profile offshore wind projects have begun. A multi-million-pound co-investment has been agreed for The UK North Sea port to support the construction of primary infrastructure and ground works for the Galloper Wind Farm and East Anglia ONE Wind Farm projects.

Richard Goffin, Port Director at Great Yarmouth, believes this latest investment in port-side facilities will consolidate Great Yarmouth’s position as a leading offshore energy port facility in the UK. “The start of these works marks significant progress in our plans to grow and diversify our offering at Great Yarmouth within the energy sector. These planned infrastructure investments will benefit future wind farm developments and the wider energy sector for many years to come.”

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Fourth berth for Heysham

Mon, 06 February 2017

Peel Ports, the owner of the Port of Heysham, UK is planning a £10 million investment in the port that will create a fourth berth for freight and passenger traffic and help operators to respond more effectively to growing demand.

The funding will also see a new pontoon built to support offshore crew transfer vessels, a new port entrance created and various improvements to the port IT and terminal operating systems.

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Centre for maritime training excellence

Mon, 06 February 2017

Modal Training, a new centre of training excellence for the maritime, ports, energy and logistics sectors, is to open in Immingham, UK, on the south bank of the Humber.

At the heart of this £7m new training facility, is a Kongsberg simulator training suite that aims to set a new standard for marine training and attract learners from across the globe.

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New offline ACAT courses from ECDIS

Mon, 06 February 2017

UK maritime training provider ECDIS Limited has introduced an offline version of its ACAT courses for clients with little or no internet access onboard.

The courses have the same content as the online versions, they can be purchased and downloaded onshore when internet is available and run on any PC for up to 365 days.

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GSS Marine tug completes marathon round-trip

Mon, 06 February 2017

A Damen Shoalbuster belonging to Rosyth-based GSS Marine Services recently completed a marathon 14,572nm round trip involving two crossings of the Atlantic Ocean.

The adventure for the Shoalbuster 2609 SMS Shoalbuster is perhaps not unusual in the world of towing but nonetheless worth a mention and an indication of the capabilities of such relatively small modern tugs. It is also reminiscent of early days of towing when modestly-powered tugs (compared with modern times) set out on long ocean tows not really knowing when they would return to home waters, the owners keen to ensure that as little as possible of its time at sea was without something following it on the end of the tow wire.

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Redbay turns 40

Mon, 06 February 2017

Northern Ireland-based RIB builder Redbay Boats is celebrating its 40th anniversary in style with expanded building facilities and new models. The company, led by Tom McLaughlin started off in a small rented shed building small open wooden boats and then moved into building small GRP angling and sports boats.

RIB building started 23 years ago and today Redbay is one of the premier UK RIB building yards with its wide range of seaworthy designs.

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‘Seajacks Scylla’ mooring system upgrade

Mon, 30 January 2017

The world’s largest jack-up vessel ‘Seajacks Scylla’, recently visited the Rotterdam Offshore Group (ROG) terminal in the Waalhaven, after her first successful assignment on phase 1 of the Veja Mate Offshore Windpark project.

During the vessel’s stay at the Waalhaven facility, ROG performed an upgrade on the vessels mooring system. ROG worked around the clock to complete the project within strict deadlines and to the highest quality levels required by the vessel owners and to class satisfaction.

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Scottish collaboration for improved diver safety

Mon, 30 January 2017

A new on-demand wireless ribbon lighting system, designed to revolutionise diver safety and efficiency in remote subsea locations, has been launched by collaborating Scottish technology companies, WFS Technologies Ltd and PhotoSynergy Ltd (PSL).

Seatooth LIGHTPATH is a combination of two advanced technologies – WFS’s Seatooth, a subsea wireless communication system that can download and log information gathered on subsea installations remotely and PhotoSynergy Ltd’s LIGHTPATH, a side-emitting flexible fibre that projects a continuous line of light that carries no electrical power.

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Lloyds Register Marine Type Approval for Firetrace

Mon, 30 January 2017

The innovative E4 fire suppression system by US-headquartered global manufacturer Firetrace International has obtained Lloyds Register Marine Type Approval.

E4 is a game-changing advanced engineered clean agent total flooding system, and it has gained the approval across its entire range, from 35lbs/16kg right up to 1,300lbs/590kg.

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Understanding marine scour

Mon, 30 January 2017

A new course to assess marine scour risk will take place in June at HR Wallingford to address the pressing need to better understand the processes of scour and erosion, particularly as foundation structures become more complex.

Over the last decade, the drive to develop offshore renewable resources has emphasised the importance of assessing the scour hazard for marine assets such as foundation structures and cabling.

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An importer of a wide range of marine equipment is looking for new products.

Mon, 30 January 2017

New boating equipment and accessories lines are wanted for a marine buying group of independently owned stores. This group has members that stock a wide range of marine products from tackle and fish finders to water sports and trailers. Products should ideally suit the New Zealand marine recreational user including small craft owners, water sport enthusiasts, and sport and leisure fishermen.

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Tender for fire-fighting marine vessel with 3 independent operational modes.

Mon, 30 January 2017

A fire department needs 1 fire-fighting vessel to be available within 22 months after the contract date.

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Japanese company wants a range of water sports products to sell in fashion speciality and department stores.

Mon, 30 January 2017

The company wants to work with UK companies who can supply high quality outdoor accessories and apparel.

At the moment they are looking for companies producing clothing and accessories suitable for marine sports 

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Market consultants are needed for work on an underwater sound warning programme.

Mon, 30 January 2017

A government body is looking for market consultation to collect information for an evaluation of proposed opportunities and alternatives.

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A tender for the services will be announced by a Russian oil and gas operator.

Mon, 30 January 2017

The objective of the services is to determine the changes occurring in the reservoir as a result of hydrocarbon production or injection of water or gas into the reservoir by comparing the repeated datasets.

Applicants will need to comply with the rules and regulations of Russian procurement law and will need to provide all necessary documentation in Russian.

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STR enters the inspection market

Mon, 23 January 2017

UK subsea technology company STR has released its new SeaGamma Flooded Member Detection System at Subsea Expo Exhibition 2017.

Gamma Flooded Member Detection has long been the method of choice for the inspection and monitoring of subsea structural members for the detection of water ingress.  The FMD inspection technique can also be applied to locating blockages in pipelines as a result of pigging or silt build up.

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National hyperbaric appointment

Mon, 23 January 2017

JFD, a UK-headquartered subsea operations and manufacturing company and a part of James Fisher and Sons plc, has welcomed Graeme M Mackie as Diving Technical Authority at its National Hyperbaric Centre in Aberdeen.

Graeme has over 28 years’ experience within the diving, ROV and construction industries, most recently as Vessels Operations Manager for Ceona. He started his career as an Air Diver for Technip and soon worked his way up, working in various Operations and Project Manager roles for several large contractors and oil majors.

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Death knell for hydraulics on ROVs?

Mon, 23 January 2017

UK-headquartered ROV manufacturer Saab Seaeye claims that electric robotic systems will perform all tasks in the underwater domain, including those now undertaken by hydraulic systems.

The company sees a future where ROVs and AUVs in their present form will cease to exist and are replaced by transformative e-robotics that can roam, hover, reside and perform all underwater tasks.

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Fast small ship simulator prototype nearing delivery

Mon, 23 January 2017

The world’s first realistic fast small ship simulator, a prototype of which will be delivered next month to the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN), could revolutionise the training of fast-boat crews and influence the design of the boats themselves.

A technology demonstrator, built by Netherlands-headquartered simulation specialist Cruden, that was shown at the High Speed Boat Operations Fora in Lisbon and Gothenburg, has performed so well in preliminary trials that the Netherlands Defence Academy at Den Helder has initiated an extensive test program on the prototype and expressed interest in acquiring three full scale units.

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Cabin RIB for Solent Rescue

Mon, 23 January 2017

UK independent Lifeboat station, Solent Rescue based in Lymington, Hampshire has recently ordered a 9-metre-long Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB) with an enclosed cabin from South African inflatable boatbuilder Gemini Marine.

The Gemini Cabin RIB is an ‘All Weather’ Lifeboat and which Solent Rescue says will provide the volunteer lifesaving charity with the ultimate search and rescue vessel for the 21st Century.

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Partners needed for new Plaxx fuel

Mon, 23 January 2017

Recycling Technologies (RT) has developed a process which can boost the recycling rate of plastic waste to produce a new fuel.

The fuel, Plaxx, meets MARPOL regulations for marine use and the company is now looking for partners to assist with the fuel being trialled in an operational environment.

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New report on potential for wind propulsion

Mon, 16 January 2017

A new study on the potential market for wind propulsion technologies has identified a multitude of barriers that are preventing its development.

Commissioned by DG Climate Action, the report said the barriers which stand out were, firstly - information on the performance, operability, safety, durability, and economic implications of the wind propulsion technologies.

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Cable repair contracts increase Briggs Marine’s turnover

Mon, 16 January 2017

UK-headquartered Briggs Marine & Environmental Services has published its new accounts for the year ending March 2016 at Companies House, which show an annual increase in turnover to £66m.

The company, which supplies a range of services throughout the marine industry, says it has increased its turnover by £4 million from the previous year as a result of increased activity in the repair of subsea cables in the offshore renewable energy industry.

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Battersea piling work

Mon, 16 January 2017

UK-headquartered Red7Marine has secured a contract to install two new large diameter mooring piles for the new Battersea Power Station river bus installation.

Red7Marine will be supplying a 400t jack up barge, the Haven-SeaSeven, and a 160t hydraulic crane, to complete the specialist piling works for Battersea Power Station. The piles will be safely installed, using a bespoke system to hold the steel tube and vibrate, then hammer them into the riverbed.

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Mainstay sees off international competition to land new vessel contract

Tue, 13 December 2016

A designer, builder and maintainer of workboats and renewable marine energy devices has won a significant contract to construct a crew transfer vessel.

 

Mainstay Marine Solutions, which won against international competition, will build the boat at its deep-water facility in Pembroke Dock for client Targe Towing, a Scottish-based tug owner and operator.

 

The 15m vessel, designed by Carmarc Design, will have a maximum speed of 15 knots and capacity for two crew and 12 passengers. The boat will operate alongside oil terminal platforms on the east coast of Scotland in swell conditions of up to 2 metres in wave height.

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Significant award

Mon, 12 December 2016

South Boats IOW Limited (designer), Blount Boats (builder), and Atlantic Wind Transfers (operator) have jointly won ‘The Most Significant Vessel of the Year 2016’ award at the International Workboat Show in the USA.

South Boats IOW Ltd has developed trans-Atlantic relations with Blount Boats, Rhode Island, USA to build under licence its South Boats IOW 21m Wind Farm Support Vessel design for Atlantic Wind Transfers’ operations. The first US built offshore wind service vessel started operation of its crew vessel at the Block Island Deepwater wind farm in May 2016.

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Energy-saving propeller cap

Mon, 12 December 2016

Finland-headquartered marine propulsion giant Wärtsilä, says its EnergoProFin is ‘a state-of-the-art energy saving solution that increases propeller efficiency and creates fuel savings of up to five percent’. The solution is now available for both controllable pitch propellers (CPP) as well as fixed pitch propellers (FPP), yielding the same results in both propeller options.

Offering the solution for technologically more challenging CPPs was previously considered impossible in the industry, but is now made possible due to development work by the Wärtsilä hydrodynamics team.

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