Vessels at Speed@Seawork
The vessel, capable of fifty knots, has recently completed a total refit and conversion and is now used for technology research by strategic partners Simrad® and Ambex to develop new products and applications.
Length: 16m (52.5ft)
Beam: 2.82m (9.25ft)
Draft: 1.0m (3.2ft)
Speed: Up to 50 knots (load dependent)
Range: 500nm +
Displacement: 8250 kg – 10500 kg
Construction: Carbon Fibre & Kevlar
Base Port: Portsmouth UK
Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV), R&D vessel, Yacht race team chase boat, Camera platform, Drone launch and control platform, Towed array trials, High speed sensor trials, Military exercise support.
Adheres to the rigorous requirements of government, rescue and commercial agencies around the world who expect the best in performance, safety and reliability.
Choice of engines, consoles, seating and on-board equipment and is also available with cabin or T-top to protect crew and passengers from the elements.
The Speed@Seawork demo vessel will have a Cox Powertrain 300hp Diesel outboard installed.
Length overall 8.80m
Internal length 6.1m
Beam overall 2.92m
Internal beam 1.80m
Weight (hull, deck & tubes) 1690kg
Recommended max pax 13
Max load 1838kg
Dry weight 850kg
Capacity - 6 to 8 people
Retractable foils Raise/lower electrically assisted
Lift-off speed 16 kts
Ideal operating range 18 – 25 kts
Trailerable, beachable, moor alongside other boats, pontoon berthing
Powered by Evo 150hp electric outboard.
63 kWh battery
2 Shark Ultra seats
Range 5 hours at cruise speedLOA 7,10m
Tideman Boats RBB 700 EO 150 will be World’s fastest and toughest serial produced HDPE workboat with electric outboard motor. The HDPE is fully recyclable too!
Evoy’s 150 hp equivalent motor system;
Permanent magnet synchronous motor – 90 kW continuous and 137 kW Peak
Superior battery performance, safety and lifetime through best-in-class direct liquid cooling thermal management
Continuously displaying speed and range with Evoy’s 10’’ screen (16’’ option), packing features like BT, FM and DAB, plus Over-The-Air functionality.
Take-me-home feature – Reduces power under 20 % SOC – enough to make the same distance back that you have sailing in plan hull speed.
Charging up to 60 kW or about 1 hour with DC. AC charging 3,3 kW.
Typical ROI / Break-even after 2 – 5 years for commercial users.
Overall lengthw/ outboard engines . 8.30m Inside length : 5.80m
Overall width : 2.75m Inside width : 2.02m
Draft / Draught : 0.68m Overall height : (OB trimmed up, arch folded) : 2.2m
Weight empty : 3400kg Boat weight in max.payload condition : 5000kg
Buoyancy tube diameter : 560mm
Aluminium hull and modular deck
Strong marine aluminium construction resistant to damage.
The platform integrates deck tracks, allowing reconfiguration to suit the mission.
The D shape 'duratane' collar technology increases the usable deck area.
The collar is readily removable to allow easy maintenance.
Bow door Fast recovery from shore
Dive door Facilitates ascent of diver, a stretcher, or other items from the water
A fully customisable boat
Aluminium deck and bulwark. Specific equipment for your mission(s); fire pump, shock mitigatio seating, telescopic mast...
Mission profile - Rescue, law enforcement, military
The StormBlade hull form is the result of intense development and is an evolutionary design building on the pedigree of our proven in-service world-class boats. The deep V hull provides exceptional seakeeping performance with increased payload, range and robustness whilst maintaining reliability. The StormBlade hull form can be configured to meet specific customer user requirements providing a new generation of configurable, multi-purpose boats.
More details soon...
Designed Strong – Built Tough – Constructed with Pride
Making her debut at Speed@Seawork, the BD-80 by Bulldog sets a new standard in HDPE vessel construction and performance. The BD-80 hull is based on the proven BD85-RCB hull supplied into some of the most demanding marine environments where only an ultra-tough impact resistant HDPE vessel could operate.
Bulldog will be happy to discuss all the vessels in the range to cater to commercial requirements.
Crew Boats – Landing Craft – Catamarans – House Boats – Fish Farm Vessels – Military – Police
Bulldog Boats - next generation marine transportation.
World launch of this new fully recyclable, high-performance workboat range. This specific vessel has just been commissioned and handed over to Police Scotland - Dive and Marine Unit. Built from fully recyclable composite material DANU, which Ultimate Boats believes to be the most resource-efficient composite material on the planet. 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.
LOA: 11m Beam: 3.1m, Draught: 1m
• a fully covered seating area to improve staff welfare and weather protection
• improved radar technology making it more effective when diving for missing persons
• a hull design that allows the boat to move quicker and more efficiently in the water, creating more stable movement with less slamming impact and fuel saving
• the vessel is fully recyclable and reusable, making it more environmentally sustainable
The Dive and Marine Unit supports local policing and national divisions with:
• Search (on land and water) - missing persons, body recovery, property recovery, intelligence led searches
• Counter Terrorist security searches
• Flood assistance in support of the Fire and Rescue Service
• Underwater footage / photography
• Search / recovery in a confined space environment.
• Marine Policing - boat patrol, ship boarding, operation specific waterborne patrol of strategic and vulnerable sites / maritime enforcement.
Speed@Seawork is the latest sector-specific feature of Seawork, Europe’s leading commercial marine exhibition organised by Mercator Media.
First introduced in 2018, Speed@Seawork is aimed squarely at facilitating growth and development for the design, build and operation of these specialist vessels. As operating demands increase, new solutions for propulsion, navigation, communications and care of the crew will be needed. Speed@Seawork turns the spotlight on the sector, offering knowledge sharing, networking, exhibiting, sponsorship and demonstrating opportunities.
The Sea Trials will be held on Monday 20 June 2022 in and around Cowes Yacht Haven on the Isle of Wight, UK.