Seaway Marine of Macduff has recently launched the new 11m survey and research Vessel, RV Actinia, for Scotland’s University Marine Biological Station, which is located on the eastern shore of the Isle of Cumbrae in the Firth of Clyde.
Clements Marine had a hand in no less than nine propulsion systems of boats on the Seawork pontoon last month, no small achievement for any company.
Bedfordshire UK based Clements Marine has supplied propellers and stern gear to Alnmaritec’s latest research vessel ‘Falcon Spirit’ which was built for Plymouth University and recently attracted a lot of interest at the Seawork Exhibition in Southampton.
UK propulsion specialists Clements Marine has provided fast turn around repairs and maintenance on propellers and stern gear for Safety Boat Services.
Bedfordshire UK based Clements Marine has been appointed to supply propellers to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) for the charity’s Trent class Lifeboats.
The first of the 20m aluminium windfarm support workboats Gardian, built by Seawork exhibitor Alicat Workboats, is now fully operational and the second vessel has just been delivered.
Bedfordshire UK based Clement Marine has supplied propellers and stern gear to equip a newbuild for Fred Buckingham’s Penzance based Wind Wave Workboats.
Clements Marine recently repaired a propeller for the Damen built tug Fenlander, which is operated by Wisbech Harbour Authority in the UK.
Seawork exhibitor Clements Marine has supplied all the stern gear and propellers to one of the latest launches to emerge from Ireland based workboat builder Safehaven Marine.
The latest launch from Blyth Workcats was recently on display at the Seawork
exhibition in Southampton.
Bedfordshire UK based propulsion specialists Clements Engineering responded to an unusual call recently when a 38m long Dutch barge needed to negotiate the River Wye from its resting place for the last 25 years.
In 2011 Clements Engineering carried out a repair to a propeller for the Damen built tug Fenlander, operated by Wisbech Harbour Authority.
Clements Engineering has made a major investment in new machinery to speed up the production process, offer new services and broaden its customer base, just in time for Seawork 2014.
Bedfordshire UK based marine propulsion specialists Clements Engineering has been involved in many different types of projects during its 30 year history.
One of the vessels on the pontoon at Seawork which was kitted out by UK based stern gear expert, Clements Engineering, was the Goodchild Marine vessel the SB Lynx 1600 ‘St Aidan’.
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