All articles by Jake Frith – Page 3

  • EIVA’s NaviSuite Kuda Core promises advanced hydrographic survey software capabilities at an entry-level pric

    Small vessel and USV optimised survey software


    Danish hydrographic survey specialist company EIVA has released a new entry-level version of its popular hydrographic survey software.

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    Maritime and offshore investment banking team


    Alantra, an independent global mid-market investment banking and asset management firm, has recruited a Maritime and Offshore investment banking team within its Investment Banking division.

  • Huisman will carry out the design, engineering and construction of the LEC, including its pedestal adapter

    Second leg encircling crane order


    Huisman has announced the signing of a contract with Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) for delivery of another 2,600mt Leg Encircling Crane (LEC).

  • Ocean Winds continues to expand its presence and is fully committed to investing in Scotland

    ScotWind tender success


    Ocean Winds is celebrating its award of block NE4 by the Crown Estate Scotland in the recently announced ScotWind seabed tender.

  • Joost Mahot, Damen Shipyards Group

    The Big Conversation: Damen


    As Director of Products for Damen’s Workboats Division, Joost Mathôt is playing a key role in driving the Netherlands-headquartered shipyard group into a sustainable future.

  • Store department of Aarsleff's new plant workshop

    Ground engineering investment


    Aarsleff Ground Engineering has upgraded and expanded its Newark plant premises which accommodates the company’s extensive fleet of rigs, fabrication shop, training facility, machinery, and equipment available to hire.

  • 3D image of the future TOWT sailing cargo ship (Piriou)

    Sail cargo ship will launch in 2023


    French shipbuilder Piriou has just signed a contract with TOWT for the design studies and the construction of an 81 metre sailing cargo ship.

  • SurfCleaner's SCO1000 device requires just 20W on average of electricity, making it ultra-energy efficient

    World’s first ‘hybrid skimmer separator’ comes to the UK


    A Swedish tech developer with a clever new device with a pumping mechanism based on the human heart has partnered with a prominent UK environmental services company.

  • The latest Silenseas mast was built in sections using a standardized production process

    Carbon prepregs for Silenseas mast


    Composites company Hexcel, has announced the successful completion of a 34m HexPly carbon fibre prepreg mast for the evaluation stage of a commercial sail power project.

  • Crown Estate offshre wind map (Crown Estate)

    Developing offshore wind to coexist with nature


    The UK’s main seabed owner and manager will invest over £12million in new research to help protect the UK marine environment.

  • ABS and HHI Group to Work Together on autonomous vessel projects

    Autonomous project partnership


    US classification society ABS will work with HHI’s Korea Shipbuilding and Offshore Engineering (KSOE) and its autonomous navigation subsidiary, Avikus, to integrate autonomous and remote-control functions into vessels.

  • The new facility will be ready for occupation at the end of Q3

    Pandemic pressures drive developments at London Gateway


    Unprecedented demand for space has led to the recent announcement that DP World will fast-track the delivery of a speculative 119,000 sq ft green warehouse at its Logistics Park.

  • The Ketch and Schooner platforms are located in the Southern North Sea in the UK sector and were installed by Heerema in the 1990s

    Platform decommissioning


    A marine civil engineering specialist has been awarded the contract to decommission two North Sea platforms it installed 25 years ago.

  • SeaLogs intends to broaden its customer base into the superyacht market

    Fleet management software solution looks to broaden customer base


    A New Zealand-based fleet management software start-up has joined an innovative accelerator programme to help it move into a lucrative new business area.

  • the system underwent rigorous field trials in northern Portugal

    Pioneering anchor completes on-land trials


    A new marine anchor solution has successfully completed on-land trials validating the technology and sealing approval for full-scale production and ocean deployment.

  • Vesper Marine specialises in AIS, VHF and vessel monitoring solutions

    Garmin acquires Vesper Marine


    Garmin has acquired Vesper Marine, a privately-held, New Zealand-headquartered provider of AIS, VHF and vessel monitoring solutions for the marine industry.

  • 114 species of animals found on a ship’s ram from a Carthaginian ship

    Over 100 species found living on small part of 2,200-year-old shipwreck


    Italian researchers have found a community of 114 species of invertebrates on a priceless underwater archeological artifact.

  • Caister Lifeboat design visual (Walker Marine Design)

    First of class 14m lifeboat


    Diverse Marine have signed a new vessel construction agreement for a first of class 14m ‘Medina Class’ lifeboat for a UK volunteer lifeboat service.

  • 3D view of future Vedettes de Brehat vessel

    Breton build


    French shipyard Piriou has just signed with Vedettes De Brehat for the order of two 26m aluminium passenger vessels dedicated to service Bréhat island- North Brittany.

  • Solent Gateway’s 225 acre Marchwood Port

    Solent Gateway eyes renewables opportunities


    Solent Gateway in the UK is marketing itself squarely at the renewables sector with its designated Freeport status complemented by sea, road and rail access.