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By camarc, Jan 16 2019 03:49PM

Med Marine have completed two 14m Pilot Boats built by Eregli Shipyard. These 25-knot aluminium vessels feature a dedicated Pilot Boat arrangment, 6 personnel capacity and have been built to RINA Class. Powered by twin Volvo D13 engines with fixed pitch props.

14m Pilot Boat Datasheet here

Med Marine have also commissioned Camarc to design a new 16.5m Steel Pilot Boat series which will feature the latest Camarc refined hull for improved efficiency and comfort.

By camarc, Nov 16 2018 03:24PM

Last week we were at Seawork Asia in Shanghai.

Camarc SAR, Patrol and Pilot vessels now operating and building in China.

By camarc, Aug 9 2018 01:32PM

Forth Ports have taken delivery of their new Camarc pilot vessel 'Forth Puma'. The 16m model built by Holyhead Marine is the latest in the 12 boat composite series also used at the Ports of Harwich, Tees, Falmouth & Sydney.

Updates to the design on the Forth vessel include a resiliently mounted wheelhouse for improved noise levels / comfort & bonded windows to enhance all-around visibility. The vessel is also packed full of features as standard on Camarc pilot designs including the Popsure fender system, MOB rescue system, deck shape & double chine hull design for boarding operations & all-round seakeeping.

By camarc, Jul 31 2018 02:08PM

Mapso awarded Contract for Suez Canal

Camarc are now underway with the design of a series of mooring boats for Mapso that will operate in the Suez canal. The 10m composite craft will be built with a single screw configuration and for speeds up to 13 Knots to handle lines and mooring operations within the canal. An early concept of the design below;

By camarc, Jul 24 2018 08:44AM

Spanish builder Freire has been awarded a contract to build a 42m steel patrol vessel for Kuwait’s marine surveillance department. The vessel will be used to patrol Kuwait waters monitoring fishing activities along with other patrol duties and search & rescue operations. The high speed steel design will be capable of reaching speeds up towards 30 Knots. A high speed intercept RIB will be fitted along with a dedicated launching & recovery system to aid operations. Accommodation, capacities and stores will be installed to cater for a crew of 16.

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