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Boatbuilder Meercat Workboats of Hampshire, UK, has signed the major contract to build a 14m multi-purpose workboat for Cattewater Harbour Commissioners (CHC). CHC is one of the harbour authorities at Plymouth in Devon – the largest port in the South West of the UK – and the civil pilotage authority

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Two big names with a shared heritage in submarine cabling are collaborating on a new project for the Wikinger Offshore Wind Farm in the Baltic Sea. The Prysmian Group has chartered Global Marine Systems Limited’s cable-laying vessel, the C.S. Sovereign, from mid-2016 into early 2017. Her remit will be to

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Hyundai Heavy Industries and Accenture are collaborating to design a ‘connected smart ship’ that will enable ship owners to better manage their fleets and achieve potential operational savings through the application of digital technologies. Using a network of sensors that will be built into new vessels, ship owners will be

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Rohde & Schwarz has received an order from BAE Systems to equip the Type 26 Global Combat Ship (T26 GCS) with an integrated communications system for the British Royal Navy. The solution was selected based on its proven technology, usability and cost effectiveness. The core component is the R&S NAVICS,

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Ardmore Shipping Corporation has announced that its latest newbuild vessel, the Ardmore Seawolf, was delivered by SPP Shipbuilding from the Sacheon shipyard in Korea on 13th August 2015. The Ardmore Seawolf is a 49,999 DWT IMO 3 product and chemical tanker. Her addition to the Ardmore fleet increases the number

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Parker Hannifin has announced that the AC30 series of drives has achieved DNV marine certification. The certification emphasises the ability of AC30 to operate reliably and safely in even the most extreme of environments, including marine and offshore. Available in the power range 0.75kW to 75kW the certified AC30 can

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The growing importance of Maritime Autonomous Systems will characterise naval activity of the future, according to the Global Marine Trends 2030 (GMT 2030) report launched in early September. Written and researched jointly by Lloyd’s Register, QinetiQ and Southampton University, the report looks at how future naval operations will be conducted,

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Working on inland waterway vessels since 1967, De Gerlien-van Tiem shipyard is a family-owned business specialising in the fields of ship repairs, bow thrusters, steering rods and shipbuilding

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