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  • TAGU and Combi Lift join forces

    German marine civil engineering companies, Tiefbau GmbH Unterweser (TAGU) and Combi Lift, are joining forces on the application and execution of large scale industrial offshore projects. 07 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • SeaPlanner management software at Gemini

    SeaPlanner, providers of marine monitoring and management solution, and part of SeaRoc Group have been confirmed as the proprietary software for the Gemini offshore wind farm operated by Van Oord. 07 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Marine engine collaboration project

    MAN Diesel & Turbo, Wärtsilä and Winterthur Gas & Diesel will collaborate on a new major, EU-funded project to develop basic technologies for use in 2 and 4-stroke marine engines. 07 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Buoys of summer

    Navigation buoy specialist Tideland Signal Corporation introduced a number of new aids to navigation (AtoN) products at June’s Seawork 2015. 07 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Five more patrol boats for Oman

    Spanish shipyard Rodman Polyships has just reached an agreement with the Royal Oman Police Coast Guard, for the construction of five patrol boats; a contract said to be worth €42 million. 07 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Boskalis wins £31m Portsmouth dredging

    The UK’s Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has awarded a £31m contract to Boskalis Westminster for capital dredging works on the approach channel to Portsmouth harbour. 07 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Marine engineering services

    Liverpool UK based ASB Engineering Limited is a new marine engineering company which serves cover the north west coast of England from Pwllheli, Holyhead, Liverpool, Barrow-in-Furness and up to Whitehaven. 06 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Pedestals pique interest

    UK Marina and pontoon pedestal and equipment supplier Rolec has reported another successful Seawork International Show at the Port of Southampton. 06 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Rolls-Royce autonomous ship research

    Rolls-Royce is leading a €6.6m autonomous waterborne applications project that aims to produce the next generation of advanced ship solutions. 06 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Antarctic advisers

    UK shipbuilding risk consultancy Houlder has been awarded a £1.3M contract from NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) to provide technical advice for the commissioning of a new UK polar research vessel. 06 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Beating the rush for mandatory training

    According to a UK maritime training provider, the requirements enforced by the UK’s new Workboat Code could lead to a last minute rush for personnel to obtain qualifications. 06 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Cowes breakwater project review

    The UK Cowes Harbour Commission (CHC) has met to review the Cowes Breakwater Project and address the issue of changes in tidal flows and the sedimentation regime, before construction goes any further. 06 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Making a mesh for St Michael’s

    A UK supplier of marine grade stainless steel to civil engineering projects, Stainless UK, has supplied 650m² of stainless steel reinforcing mesh and nearly 3000 stainless steel bars for use in repair works to the causeway and sea walls at historic St Michael’s Mount in Cornwall. 06 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • ‘Tedworth’ returns

    The 15-metre dive support vessel ‘Tedworth’, funded by the Ministry of Defence, will be used for underwater maintenance, repairs and inspections on Royal Navy vessels and installations including waterfront jetties in the UK naval harbour of Portsmouth. 06 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Sicilian secrets revealed

    A joint expedition has recently created three-dimensional underwater maps of Roman shipwrecks in the Aeolian Islands. A team of scientists and experts under the direction of the Professor Sebastiano Tusa, Superintendent of the Seas for Sicily, set out to investigate Roman shipwrecks, originally discovered by Aurora Trust Foundation in 2009 and 2010. 06 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Human sub speed record

    The WASUB team from the Delft University of Technology has just broken the world speed record for human-powered, one-person propeller driven submarines. 03 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Putting harbour performance to the test

    Members of Aberdeen Harbour Board have seen their potential flagship expansion project at Nigg Bay given life beyond the drawing board for the first time. The Board have recently observed the start of a series of physical model tests that are being undertaken by hydraulic experts at HR Wallingford. 03 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Manx pipe wrap

    Manx Utilities in the Isle of Man have installed a new sea outfall pipe at Kirk Michael for the discharge of foul effluent from its treated waste water plant. Hyder Consulting, consulting engineers for the new pipe installation, approached Winn & Coales (Denso) Ltd for advice on a suitable system to protect the joints on the outfall pipe. 03 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • New fisheries patrol vessel for the Solent

    UK leisure and commercial boatbuilder Ribcraft has supplied a second patrol vessel to the UK’s Southern Inshore Fisheries Conservation Authority (IFCA), which is responsible for the management of inshore fisheries in the coastal waters off Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight. 03 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Yanmar diesels for fast crew tender

    The recent increase in offshore wind activities off the northern Dutch coast has led Ubels Offshore to expand its fleet with a fifth vessel. Operating from the port of Eemshaven, Henk Ubels Sr is said to be very satisfied with the Yanmar diesel engines, which power the fast aluminium crew tender ‘Vrijheid III’. 03 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Salvage 2014 a vibrant industry providing a vital service

    The International Salvage Union has published annual statistics for 2014 showing the value of the salvage industry to the shipping world in general and the often unrecognised contribution to environmental protection. 03 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal

  • Ardent hits the ground running

    Global maritime giants Svitzer and Titan Salvage recently announced the merger of their salvage divisions to be known as ‘Ardent’ (see ‘MJ’ June 2015) and already have two developments to report on. 03 Jul 2015 - Maritime Journal