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Live online from 1000 tomorrow

Session 1 of Series 3 of Get Set for Workboat 2050 kicks off tomorrow, Friday 14 October, live from 10:00 – 11:00. Join this free session to learn more about ground-breaking vessel design and its role in the practical applications of decarbonisation.

Moderated by Kerrie Forster, CEO of The Workboat Association, hear how businesses and workboat operators are employing technology, innovation, and design to reduce their carbon footprint.

Benefit from the expert panel sharing their expertise; Andy Page – Managing Director of Chartwell Marine, James Mozden - Principal Naval Architect at Wight Shipyard, Thomas Bangslund – Group Head of Technical Innovation at Svitzer Tugs
  • What are the operational efficiencies being created from the latest pioneering CTV design – the BARTech 30?
  • How to achieve zero tail pipe emissions for fast ferry operations; what were the considerations for the design.
  • How the latest Tug design for Svitzer will improve fleet emissions, OPEX, and safety margins.
Supported by the UK Harbour Masters Association and the Society of Maritime Industries, “Vessel Design: Evidencing energy efficiency through vessel design” looks at the practical application of how new vessel design is enabling fleet operations to decarbonise; drive increased efficiency in operations; reduce OPEX; and decrease harmful emissions.

Don’t miss it - add this free-to-attend session to your schedule here. Sign up for free today!
 
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