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Get set for third online conference

Join the 'Get Set for Workboat 2050' third online conference in the series on Tuesday 9 February 10:00 - 11:00 UTC. With the spotlight on medium term to 2025, this session will focus on vessel design.

Trygve H. Espeland, Naval Architect and Co-Founder of ESNA AS, Bruno Bouckaert, Sales Director for Hull Vane BV and Simon Schofield, Chief Technology Officer for BAR Technologies form the expert panel to discuss how to increase workboat efficiency through innovative vessel design.

Bruno states "Energy saving is the easiest and most cost-effective way to reduce vessel CO2 emissions. We should optimise commercial vessels as if they were Formula 1 cars or America’s Cup sailing yachts."

This third instalment in a series of online conferences will be moderated by Andy Page, MD of Chartwell Marine, with the welcoming address being made by Kerrie Forster of The Workboat Association.

Brought to you by the Commercial Marine Network in partnership with Seawork and Maritime Journal, the 'Get set for Workboat 2050' conference series is held in association with The Workboat Association and supported by the Society of Maritime Industries, United Kingdom Maritime Pilots Association and the UK Harbour Masters Association. Culminating in a fifth live event at Seawork 2021, the series features expert panels whose aim is to help you navigate the waters of decarbonisation compliance in the workboat industry; looking together at cost effective solutions to help you tackle the challenges brought about by regulatory change.  REGISTER HERE NOW

Exhibitors: The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA)ESNA, Workboat Association

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