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2022 European Commercial Marine Award Winners Announced 

2022 European Commercial Marine Award Winners Announced 

The 2022 ECM Award winners were announced last night, June 21, during a ceremony held at the Golden Arrow Marine Restaurant on site at Seawork. 

The European Commercial Marine Awards (ECMAs) celebrate the outstanding individuals and innovative companies that comprise this vibrant and productive industry sector. 

The awards evening began with the announcement of the Innovations Showcase Category Award winners. The Innovations Showcase gives exhibitors the opportunity to showcase the latest in equipment, services, projects and vessels introduced since the last Seawork Exhibition. The overall ‘Spirit of Innovation’ Award went to Artemis Technologies for their fully electric hydrofoiling workboat  

Further Innovations Category winners were Artemis in the Vessel Design & Construction category; Hydromaster in the Marine Power category ; MJR in the Renewable Energy category; Shock-WBV in the Marine Equipment, Electronics & Materials category for their Omega Shock mitigation system.

DLM in the Diving & Underwater Technology category; and Zelim in the Safety & Training category.

The Lifetime Achievement Award went to Mike Ring of Ring Powercraft.

The Maritime Professional of the Year Award went to Andy Page of Chartwell Marine.

The Maritime Sustainability Award went to Artemis Technolgies.

The Young Person's Development Award bursary will go to Ashlee Barrell. 

The Marine Civils best project award went to Mackleys 

This year Seawork welcomed a new Award for Green Technology which went to HST Marine 

Seawork 2023 will take place next June in Mayflower Park, Southampton, UK.  

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