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  • Yamaha success follows Seawork

    Andy Pumfrey, Divisional Manager of the New Business Division at Yamaha Motor (UK), commenting on the recent Seawork exhibition, confirmed: “Yamaha had a definite increase in business, with new quotes and significant orders at the event. We had a high level of interest in our two new outboards - the F115B and the F175A. Plus we also had more Yamaha-powered, customer hand-overs on RIBs and workboats than ever before. Seawork is just right for us and the ongoing results prove it.” 25 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • Tideland enjoys Seawork success

    US-based Tideland Signal’s new products proved a hit at this year’s Seawork Internationale, which the company said was its most successful. 23 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • SSA success

    The Shipbuilders and Ship Repairers Association (SSA) once again hosted a Pavilion at Seawork 2014. Several companies participated on the stand and reported that the exhibition had been a great benefit in showcasing products and services. 21 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • Red Ensign delivers Seacat recruitment drive

    UK-based offshore energy support vessel operator, Seacat Services launched an apprenticeship recruitment drive on the last day of Seawork 2014 to attract more young people into the maritime sector. 21 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • Cheetah gathering pace

    Isle of Wight (UK) based Cheetah Marine has launched four new catamarans throughout June as well as finding time to present an extensive on-water display of vessels at Seawork International. With the new builds launched at Ventnor Haven, at one point a total of 15 Cheetahs were moored in this small tidal haven on the south coast of the island. 18 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • Seawork 2014 delivers the goods

    Seawork, the commercial marine exhibition and conference, concluded its 17th annual three-day run at the ABP Port of Southampton, UK, on Thursday 12 June. This year over 7,350 visitors from 53 countries attended the exhibition to do business in this important driver of economic progress. 17 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • From show to charter

    UK- based vessel operator Tidal Transit have reported that their newest personnel transfer vessel (PTV), ‘Kitty Petra’, has begun the first planned charter contract straight after making a successful debut at Seawork International. 16 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • Another Jack Up for Red7Marine

    Probably the largest vessel yet to be formally christened at SeaWork is the jackup barge 'Haven Seariser 4', delivered to Red7 Marine from the builders Ravestein. The group’s fourth purchase of this type from the Dutch builder helps to underline its position as a leading provider of self-elevating platforms to the marine civils and construction sector. 14 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • Ribcraft hands over

    Ribcraft developed an 8m Ribcraft Custom 8m hull, meeting the police boat code, for use by the Devon and Cornwall Police Tactical Aid Group (TAG) - a group of highly-trained specialist police units. 11 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • Arklow first to sign up for Seawork 2015

    The dust had barely settled on the 2014 event when Irish exhibitor Arklow Marine Services signed up — and paid the deposit — for next year's stand: the first of an anticipated 500 exhibitors to do so. 10 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • CTruk celebrate another successful show

    CTruk have reported a busy Seawork International 2014 with keen interest in both vessels on the pontoon; the brand new CTruk 20T MPC ‘Ocean Warrior’, which was officially named during the event, and the first-in-class CTruk THOR 11m twin-hull force protection craft. 09 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • Golden Arrow and Perkins celebrate 50 years

    Golden Arrow Marine and Perkins celebrated their 50 year anniversary at Seawork 2014. 07 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • Global interest in new fuel technology

    Seawork played host to a number of alternative fuel launches. The world’s first marine generator using glycerine fuel was up and working on the Alicat Workboat on berth V28. 04 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • Seacat Services launches maritime apprenticeship recruitment drive

    Isle of Wight based, offshore energy support vessel operator, Seacat Services launched an Apprenticeship recruitment drive to attract more young people into the maritime sector at Seawork. 02 Jul 2014 - Seawork International

  • Safehaven chooses Dometic

    Safehaven Marine has chosen Dometic Marine to provide air conditioning systems for several notable new builds, including a unit for the first catamaran in Safehaven’s four-boat contract with the Polish Navy. Dometic equipment has also been installed on a patrol vessel for India and a pilot vessel for the Port of Sohar. 30 Jun 2014 - Seawork International

  • Fender Innovations secures RNLI contract

    Fender Innovations announced at Seawork that the company is the official fender supplier for the new RNLI Shannon Class lifeboats. Fender Innovations BV, based in Den Helder, Holland, brings an innovative approach to the fender market with extreme lightweight fenders with excellent wear and tear characteristics. 27 Jun 2014 - Seawork International

  • Burgess Marine and Mainprize Offshore sign

    At the signing of an agreement between Burgess Marine and Mainprize Offshore at Seawork 2014 to build two 25m wind farm support vessels, Nick Warren, MD, Burgess Marine, stated: ”Seawork essentially acted as a catalyst for today’s event. 24 Jun 2014 - Seawork International

  • Swedish yard links with UK builder

    Coastal Marine (Eyemouth) Ltd and TBS Yard of Torsas, Sweden announce the signing of a Licence and Co-operation Agreement under which Coastal Marine will build the new CarbCAT 25 in the United Kingdom for UK and other customers. 23 Jun 2014 - Seawork International

  • Van Oord strengthens UK position

    Van Oord (A175) has acquired UK specialist marine civil contractor JT Mackley & Co Ltd. This acquisition will strengthen Van Oord's leading position on the UK flood defence and coastal construction market. 18 Jun 2014 - Seawork International

  • Seaglaze shines

    South Boats IOW (V27) placed two orders with Seaglaze (A115) for boats to be completed in 2014 which require high quality, toughened and screen printed glass. Seaglaze will use its new company STG to supply the glazing to go with its recent frame innovation ‘Hidden Frame’, launched at Seawork 2013. 18 Jun 2014 - Seawork International

  • Seacat Services on the wind

    Mike Unsworth, Project Director for the Navitus Bay offshore wind farm project on the South Coast, named the latest 24m catamaran built by South Boats IOW, Seacat Ranger, at Seawork. It is the seventh vessel to join the Seacat Services fleet of WFSV’s and it headed straight from Seawork to work at Westermost Rough, on the East Coast. 18 Jun 2014 - Seawork International

  • Award generates business

    E P Barrus (Q2) is already feeling the benefit of winning the Seawork Innovation Award for Propulsion. The company won the category with its 180 HP Mercury diesel outboard motor – the first of its kind. 18 Jun 2014 - Seawork International


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