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Full speed ahead for Speed@Seawork

Sunshine for Speed@Seawork as delegates board for the short voyage to Cowes IOW today. Key note presentations from Procurement and MOD personnel are a major feature of the day with the first presentations during breakfast onboard, sponsored by OSI Maritime.

Commander Francis Griffiths Royal Navy Develop Directorate SO1 Platform Capability Sponsor will join Phil Gittins, DE&S Ships - Boats Team Leader to share their thoughts on Future Seaboats. John Haynes, MD NEXT GEN Marine, will present on the challenging topic "How do we Re-Power Fast Craft Fleets in a Changing World?"

Speed@Seawork is being held at Cowes Yacht Haven. This purpose-built, state-of-the-art venue is the operations centre for the sea trials and hosts the conference lunch, sponsored by BAE Systems.

Delegates will also benefit from discussions throughout the day, including topics such as Future Fit Procurement and Refit, People and Procurement, the return journey drinks and canapes are sponsored by Ocean Safety Ltd. 

Fast vessels operating at high speed for security interventions and Search And Rescue are a significant specialist sector of the commercial marine business. Speed@Seawork turns the spotlight on the sector, offering knowledge sharing, networking, exhibiting, sponsorship and demonstrating opportunities.

Speed@Seawork sees the world launch of a new fully recyclable, high-performance workboat range - the Utimate Boats M-Class
This specific vessel has just been commissioned and handed over to Police Scotland - Dive and Marine Unit.  Built from fully recyclable composite material DANU, Police Scotland's boat has a top speed of 50 knots and an operating range of 400 nautical miles. The boat is powered by twin Suzuki DF325A dual-propeller outboards.


Vessels taking part in  Speed@Seawork


 
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