A plan is in hand to raise the profile of the East Yorkshire port of Bridlington by linking its fishing industry to tourism.
As part of the revival of water transportation, plans are underway to launch the first new shipyard in possibly a century or more on the River Thames in London. The Port of London Authority (PLA) is seeking written expressions of interest from shipyard operators with proven maritime repair, maintenance, and build capability to develop and operate a new facility on approximately 3.3 acres located at Albert Island Royal Docks London
riumph Subsea Services Ltd. have advised that it has formally cancelled the Letter of Intent that was issued to InfraStrata Plc on the 9th December 2020 for one firm and one optional ST designed 200m x 35m Windfarm Development Vessels (WDV) to be constructed at its Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast.
Following a preferred supplier agreement announced in 2020, Dogger Bank Wind Farm has now confirmed NKT as the main contractor for delivery and installation of high-voltage DC (HVDC) onshore and offshore export cable systems for Dogger Bank C, the third phase of the world’s largest offshore wind farm.
A small grants fund of £150,000 is available to support the fishing communities affected by the Wave Hub. This fund was set up to benefit the fishing communities in Hayle and St Ives. Also to some extent Newlyn, where fishing vessels can show that they fish in the waters around the Wave Hub.
Lloyd’s Register (LR) has agreed to sell its business assurance and cyber security division to Goldman Sachs Asset Management as the company focuses on maritime activities.
Babcock International Group the UK shipbuilder leading the construction of the new Type 31 frigate for the Royal Navy says it is pursuing five live campaigns to secure exports for the general-purpose warship.