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By camarc, May 16 2012 09:00AM
Camarc Design will be exhibiting at the Seawork 2012 exhibition; Stand number A 163.
Seawork is an international workboat exhibition held at the Southampton Docks fruit terminal.
This year the exhibition will be on from 22nd-24th May. (www.seawork.com for more info)
Come and discuss your latest project with us or have a look at our large range of proven designs.
See you there!
By camarc, May 4 2012 08:00AM
Another Camarc Design 15m MOD Police boat, built by Holyhead Marine, hits the water.
The images show the boat undergoing some trials in the Irish Sea.
Photos by Holyhead Marine
By camarc, Apr 26 2012 10:00AM
The Croatian yard Tehnomont have launched a Camarc designed 25m Patrol Boat for the Croatian Marine Police. The Aluminium design, based on proven craft in service, offers substantial accommodation including cabins for 7 personnel. Other features include a 5m boarding RIB with launching crane on the aft deck, flybridge, a bow thruster for increased slow speed manoeuvring, and a large service space situated under the split level wheelhouse.
A twin installation of MTU 16V engines and fixed pitch propellers achieve speeds of 28 Knots.
By camarc, Mar 8 2012 09:00AM
A 22m Steel Pilot Boat built by Mustang Marine in the UK has been delivered to the Kenya Ports Authority.
Twin CAT C32 engines and fixed pitch propellers achieve speeds of 22 Knots.
The design features a resiliently mounted wheelhouse to reduce noise and improve passenger comfort and an aft awning provides shade and protection for the Pilots.
See the Design section of the website for a datasheet and further information.
By camarc, Feb 28 2012 11:00AM
Currently under build to full Lloyd's Class at the Canal Naval Constructions Company are two 15m Pilot Boats for the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) in Egypt. These craft designed by Camarc will extend the successful range of Pilot boats delivered in conjunction with MAPSO for operation in Egyptian waters. As per the previous 14m & 15m cousins, these craft are all Aluminium construction and powered by a twin installation of Scania engines and fixed pitch propellers. The aft wheelhouse provides comfort for the crew & pilots and a spacious and well ventilated engine room forward provide for ease of maintenance.
Watch this space for further updates on the project.