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  • Dynamic Marine Systems introduces unique stabilising system

    Dutch company, Dynamic Marine Systems, has introduced a unique stabilising system that could have considerable application in the workboat sector. Developed after intensive engineering and test phases and working in collaboration with MARIN, Brabant Engineering and Bosch Rexroth and other companies the AntiRoll stabilising system has now entered the production stage. 23 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • OPUS MARINE INVESTS IN MIR FOR CREW TRANSFER VESSELS

    Opus Marine, a German operator of crew transfer vessels, has invested in a system to record impact forces applied to boat landings in offshore wind farms. Body forces, which the service technicians have to experience as seated passengers during the transit, will also be recorded. 23 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • Marine Jet Power launches new hybrid waterjet

    Sweden’s Marine Jet Power (MJP) has introduced what it calls a totally new product concept for a hybrid waterjet to the market, optimised for high-speed applications with a duplex stainless steel superior pump unit. 23 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • Cygnus Instruments introduces Single-Echo

    Cygnus Instruments has introduced the Single-Echo to its Cygnus DIVE gauges. Cygnus ultrasonic thickness gauges play a major role in providing a solution to the challenge of steel corrosion, which is a particular issue for the marine industry. 23 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • Ocean Safety reaches 200th liferaft consignment for RNLI

    Ocean Safety, the UK's largest independent safety supplier, has reached its second milestone in the delivery schedule for replacing every liferaft in the RNLI's all-weather fleet, with the completion of the 200th liferaft. 23 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • The first BMT Nigel Gee-designed Flex Ferry is delivered in Singapore

    BMT Nigel Gee, a subsidiary of the BMT Group, has announced the delivery of the first of three 38m Flex Ferries designed by BMT Nigel Gee, named ‘Horizon 9’, following successful sea trials in Singapore. 23 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • Damen receives fast ferry order destined for South Korea

    Damen Shipyards Group has received an order from South Korean operator, Seaspovill, for a fast ferry. The ferry, to be named Sea Star 5, is a high-speed catamaran passenger ferry, designed and built to comply with the international code of safety for High Speed Craft, 2000 HSC Code. 23 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • Seawork International is ready for business

    The Seawork team is ready for business, busy taking exhibitor and visitor bookings for 2015. 23 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • Seaworksocial

    Discover www.seaworksocial.com, the official blog site for Seawork 09 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • BMT Nigel Gee launches first of three Fast Ferries

    BMT Nigel Gee, a subsidiary of the BMT Group, has announced the delivery of the first of three 38m Flex Ferries designed by BMT Nigel Gee, named ‘Horizon 9’, following successful sea trials in Singapore. 01 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • Seawork International 2015 already set to be another ground-breaking event

    Seawork International 2015 looks set to be yet another successful event. Held in ABP Docks in Southampton, the event embraces an exhibition, innovations showcase, conference and awards ceremony, both shore-side and on the water. 01 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • Unique Seaflex Offers Free Trial of Pipelaying Buoyancy Modules

    A division of Unique Maritime Group (UMG) which is one of the world’s leading integrated turnkey subsea and offshore solutions provider, Unique Seaflex has a new and exciting proposal for those who have yet to benefit from the many technical, operational and commercial benefits of the use of their style of pipeline buoyancy modules on pipelaying projects: “Try Before You Buy (Or Hire)”. 01 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • Burgess Marine Acquires Meercat Workboats

    Britain’s largest independent ship repairer, Burgess Marine, has successfully acquired 100% of the share capital in Meercat Workboats Ltd. Meercat, based in Portchester, currently builds custom road transportable multi-role workboats up to 18m in length; with plans to expand into both Class approved vessels and aluminium wind farm support vessels the company has appointed Mr Jason Coltman as Managing Director. 01 Oct 2014 - Seawork International

  • Ultrasound is part of our daily lives and used in many applications

    In the marine and shipping industry, where steel corrosion is a constant challenge, Cygnus ultrasonic thickness gauges play a major role in providing a solution to this challenge. 25 Sep 2014 - Seawork International

  • CWind lands £5.5m wind farm support contract with CTruk SWATH CTV

    CTruk's third 20m SWATH forms an integral part of CWind's three year contract worth £5.5m to provide crew and equipment transfer for DONG Energy and Scottish Power at the West of Duddon Sands offshore wind farm. The contract includes an optional extension for a further two year period. 10 Sep 2014 - Seawork International

  • MTU multiple engine order for Turkey’s Ceksan Shipyard

    The propulsion multinational Rolls-Royce Power Systems has won an order for six MTU diesel engines to power three double-ended ferries in Turkey. The ferries are being built by Turkey's Ceksan Shipyard and will be deployed by operator Izmir Metropolitan Municipality to power car and passenger ferries serving the Gulf of Izmir in western Turkey. 04 Sep 2014 - Seawork International

  • Blyth Workcats Delivers dive boat to Ireland

    UK-based workboat manufacturer, Blyth Workcats has delivered a new 11m dive boat to the Mevagh Dive Centre in Ireland. The new vessel, ‘Laura Dean’, is powered by two N67 430HP engines and features a hull design developed for optimal performance, tough reliability and good sea-keeping in extreme conditions. 04 Sep 2014 - Seawork International

  • Seawork International 2015 promises to deliver yet another successful event

    Seawork International 2014 was barely over before stand bookings were confirmed for the 2015 event. Now, two months on, Seawork International 2015’s sales have rocketed, and far exceed that of previous years already; promising another bumper year for clients and exhibitors, old and new. 04 Sep 2014 - Seawork International

  • Endeavour Quay increases service

    Seawork exhibitor Endeavour Quay announces that Desty Marine will increase its service provision from the Gosport boatyard with immediate effect. 20 Aug 2014 - Seawork International

  • Damen hands over to MarineCo at Seawork

    During Seawork 2014, Damen handed over, MarineCo Stingray, a new build HSSV 2610 (FCS 2610 Twin Axe) to its UK owners, MarineCo. 18 Aug 2014 - Seawork International

  • Goodchild hands over

    Alan Goodchild handed over the latest Lochin 367 Pilot Vessel to Shoreham Harbour Master Julian Seaman at Seawork 2014. 16 Aug 2014 - Seawork International

  • Barrus expands Powered Products

    Barrus’s Powered Products Division, which handles the innovative range of Loncin engines, generators and pumps, has announced two key appointments. 13 Aug 2014 - Seawork International


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