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By camarc, Jun 25 2019 03:56PM
US builder Vigor has been awarded a contract to build two 16m Camarc pilot vessels for the Port of Los Angeles. This project builds upon the success of the Camarc 16m aluminium series used by operators including the Sandy Hook Pilots New York, Svitzer and Newcastle Port of Australia. The design features the Camarc hull form offering full shoulders at deck level forward for boarding operations and the synonymous balanced all-round seakeeping for head and following seas and to facilitate breaking away from the ship side during pilotage.
By camarc, Jun 24 2019 04:39PM
Mainstay Marine Solutions have successfully delivered a Camarc 26m patrol boat to the Welsh Government Fisheries. This vessel is designed to patrol offshore in rough conditions, hunting out illegal fishing activity. The vessel features the new Camarc refined hull, a daughter craft RIB and lifting equipment for fishery operations. A gyro stabiliser has also been installed to enhance comfort during slow speed loitering operations.
By camarc, Jun 7 2019 01:59PM
Holyhead Marine continue to build both 13m and 16m GRP Camarc pilot boats for a series of UK operators. Latest deliveries include a 13m to Peel Ports Great Yarmouth, following on from the previous 13m delivered to Stena Line Holyhead. The most recent 16m model delivered was to Forth Ports, featuring a resilient wheelhouse for reduced noise levels and bonded windows for improved all-round visibility. A new contract was also recently awarded for a further 16m to be delivered to PD Tees Port. All of these vessels feature the Popsure fender system (only available on Camarc pilot boats) and Camarc’s double chine hull form with pilot specific deck shape and balanced all-round seakeeping.
By camarc, May 28 2019 11:23AM
Camarc Design will be exhibiting at the UK Seawork 2019 Exhibition in Southampton, looking forward to seeing you all there at Stand PY103 #seawork2019
By camarc, May 28 2019 11:21AM
Camarc Design presenting and exhibiting at the Maritime Search & Rescue Conference in Tallinn Estonia, May 2019.