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Designing for decarbonisation

“Vessel hull design is an intrinsic component of decarbonisation. Balancing the hull form design with well-considered weights and centres is critical to ensuring success when designing energy efficient vessels,” says Andy Page, Managing Director of Chartwell Marine.

In a change of role for this first session, Andy joins the speaker line-up for Session 1 of Get Set for Workboat 2050 Series 3.  Andy will provide his insight and experience as one of the industry's most renowned naval architects in the design of next generation crew transfer vessels. He explains,“This presentation will give examples of hull and propulsion design ideas for commercial vessels.”

Session 1 takes place on Friday 14 October from 10:00 – 11:00, and will be moderated by Kerrie Forster, CEO of The Workboat Association. Kerrie will be joined by a Commercial Marine Network expert panel discussing ‘Vessel Design: Evidencing energy efficiency through vessel design.’
 
Sign up today to learn from and hear more from Andy on:
  • the importance of looking at different ideas in the market and how these can be adapted to match them to new propulsive and energy storage solutions; 
  • the critical path to understanding the vessel operating profile, the area of operation, and the work scope demanded of the vessel and its crew; 
  • how the latest pioneering and sustainable crew transfer vessels are driving fuel efficiency and a reduction in emissions 

Supported by UKHMA - the UK Harbour Masters Association and SMI - the Society of Maritime Industries


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For information on how to participate in these sessions or to discuss sponsorship opportunities contact the Commercial Marine Network team on +44 (0)1329 825335 or at conferences@workboat2050.com

 
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