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Owen Clarke Design announce new design for 20m sailboat

29 September 2015

Superyacht UK member Owen Clarke Design were pleased to announce at the Monaco Yacht Show the signing of a new design, a 20m blue water sailboat for high latitude expedition cruising

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New research shows rising revenues and jobs growth with British superyacht success

23 September 2015

New industry statistics released today by industry trade body Superyacht UK, show that the British superyacht industry is riding the wave of economic recovery.

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BMT Nigel Gee Reaches 1000th Project Milestone

13 August 2015

BMT Nigel Gee (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, and a leading independent naval architecture and marine engineering design consultancy, is celebrating its latest achievement in securing its 1000th project which will involve the delivery of detailed production engineering for a ferry machinery conversion.

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Vitruvius Yachts announces 80m project

30 July 2015

Vitruvius Yachts, the Motor Yacht company of Superyacht UK member Philippe Briand, has announced an 80m project to be built by Turkish builder Turquoise Yachts

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Viking Maritime Skills Academy

17 July 2015

Work has started on the new Viking Maritime Skills Academy

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Pendennis Expands Facilities & Workforce

03 July 2015

Following the extensive facilities expansion at Pendennis Shipyard in Falmouth the yard has christened its 7,564m² non-tidal wet basin, welcoming 6 yachts into the new basin since May. Alongside the increase in capacity, the yard is on a recruitment drive, looking for 12 new apprentices and hosting an open evening for all trades on the 9th July at Pendennis.

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Conidia news - Keep your vessel moving

06 June 2015

Gone are the days when fuel systems took care of themselves.

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£3 Million St. Helier Harbour Project Now Completed

02 June 2015

Marina Projects Limited, the UK based marina consultancy business, has been leading the development of a project that has delivered much needed improvement to visitors’ berths and holding pontoons in the busy St. Helier Harbour, Jersey.