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From its base in Poole within Dorset, Jenkins Marine Ltd has developed an expert reputation for the delivery of a variety of marine services comprising vessel charter, dredging services and facilities management

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Established in May 2009 as a subsidiary of shipbuilding firm Richards Dry Dock and Engineering Ltd (RDDE), Alicat Workboats was originally a designer and constructor of workboats that would operate as crew transfer vessels for the offshore wind sector

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Founded in 2010 in Brightlingsea, Essex, CTruk Boats began operations with a vision to take the design of offshore wind farm support boats to a new level.

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A superior service Initially working in the aquaculture and marine industries, Delta Marine has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience since its establishment in 1985. Indeed, while operating in an evolving marine industry, more projects were taken on by the company, enabling it to listen to market demands and

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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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The South Boats story starts in 1996, when the company produced its first eight-metre monohull vessel. This was followed by the extensive and much publicised outfit of a 12-metre Lochin vessel in 1998, and catamaran production started in 1999 with the first ten-metre vessel ‘J&B’

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Though separate entities, CWind and CTruk Boats work in close partnership to provide solutions for the offshore wind farm industry

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Ian Darley is a naval architect and maritime consultant. Working independently in an office at the bottom of his garden, workboat design has been Ian’s primary occupation since 1975 when his first project was to design tugs and trawlers for a Southampton shipyard – including his first design, the harbour vessel Vera Lockhart, which continues operating in Belfast today

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“In the best tradition of British innovation, the first Blyth catamaran workboat was launched in 1989 at a small industrial unit not far from our present 3.7 acre site on Canvey Island, UK,” begins Simon Salkeld, production manager at Blyth Workcats

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Based in Wicklow, Ireland, Island Shipping is a multi-disciplinary marine organisation supplying a variety of construction, engineering, vessel and consultancy services to the marine sector in Ireland the UK and Europe

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