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The LMD78 RIB seen here at Seawork, fitted with a 300 hp Yamaha outboard, is capable of speeds above 60 knots

The LMD78 RIB seen here at Seawork, fitted with a 300 hp Yamaha outboard, is capable of speeds above 60 knots

Seawork 2017 video live
Seawork International, Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, closed on 15th June and was hailed a resounding success. 18 Aug 2017 - Maritime Journal
ECM Award for DLM
UK company Dynamic Load Monitoring Ltd (DLM) was named winner of Spirit of Innovation award winner in the category: Marine Engineering and Construction at the recent European Commercial Marine (ECM) awards for Subsea Datalogging Tensile Link. The awards were judged and presented at the Seawork International 2017. 06 Jul 2017 - Maritime Journal
Damen looks to the future
Maritime Journal was lucky enough to chat with Arnout Damen, chief commercial officer, Damen Shipyards, at Seawork 2017, where he outlined the group’s business strategy for the future. 28 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Drone goes to new depths
A Norway-developed underwater drone that can dive up to 150m is helping those outside the science field to explore the ocean to new depths. 28 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Barrus launches Mac boats
Barrus launched Mac Boats’ new range of vessels at Seawork 2017, as it celebrated securing Mac’s UK and Ireland distributor rights and its 100th year of business. 26 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
New generation wind farm vessel
UK-owned Seacat Services brought its month-old Seacat Enterprise vessel to Seawork 2017 to demonstrate its capabilities for the next generation of offshore wind farms. 23 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Iceni Legend launched
UK-based companies Alicat Workboats and Iceni Marine Services presented the newly-built Iceni Legend vessel at Seawork 2017. 22 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
ABP Southampton launches Meercat workboat
ABP Southampton launched its new Meercat M15 with a naming ceremony at Seawork 2017. 21 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
DLM’s Tensile Link wins Innovation award
Dynamic Load Monitoring (DLM) showcased its Subsea Data Logging Tensile Link at Seawork 2017, winning the Innovation Showcase Marine Engineering and Construction Award. 20 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Networking and sales for Peters & May
With its condensed three days of networking and events Seawork International has always been a key event for the Commercial and Freight Forwarding divisions of UK-headquartered heavy lift shipping specialist Peters & May Group, with 2017 proving to be the best year yet. 20 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Liferaft release hook
A new off load release crane hook, developed for launching inflated liferafts, has been introduced by Seawork exhibitor Henriksen Hooks of Norway to meet a demand in the survival craft industry. 20 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Budget IP68 connectors
The Grafter range of waterproof connectors is a new addition to UK electronic connection specialist Index Marine’s Value product range for 2017. The launch of the products was carefully planned to coincide with this year’s Seawork International. 20 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
UK builder delivers to German flag rules
Canvey Island, UK-based Blyth Workcats made the official handover of its new 15m Survey Vessel, Egidora, to Kiel University at this year's Seawork International. 20 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Vessel costs workshop
A thought-provoking workshop entitled 'Can I Reduce My Vessel Operating Costs?’ was held as part of the Seawork Conference Programme this year. The workshop was jointly hosted by the MOVE and HEVIMA projects. 20 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Submersible jack-up platform
This may be the Dutch shipyard Ravestein’s 15th appearance at Seawork, but it’s a first for its new concept submersible multipurpose jack-up platform, which generated plenty of interest on the quayside. 19 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Remote locations served by Tideman vessels
Netherlands-based Tideman Boats BV said its workboats are more durable than comparable vessels, as it demonstrated the first boat in its evolving Rigid Buoyancy Boat (RBB) range at Seawork 2017. 19 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
NWA safety forum provides sobering information
The UK’s National Workboat Association hosted a Safety Forum at Seawork 2017 entitled Towage: Reducing the Risks – Raising the Standards. 16 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Delta's 'D-class'
UK-based Delta Power Group launched its inshore 480 rescue RIB for independent lifeboat stations in the UK and Ireland at Seawork 2017. 16 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Mantsbrite support
David Ash of UK marine electronics dealer Mantsbrite has presented an ultrasonic wind sensor by LCJ Capteurs to Colin Anderson of Ships Electronic Services (SES) as part of SES’s comprehensive installation of navigation and communication systems in support of the Vine Trusts’ new medical ship ‘MV Forth Hope’. 16 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Sun shines on Seawork again
Seawork International, Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, closed on 15th June and was hailed a resounding success. The event’s now almost expected warm, sunny weather saw over 630 exhibitors and 7,000 maritime professionals coming together to meet and do business over the three days in Southampton, UK. 16 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal