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    Zodiac RIBs afloat

    There is a bold sign on the website of the financially challenged, but iconic French RIB manufacturer Nautic Zodiac, otherwise known as Z Marine.

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  2. Commercial technology uncovers wreck

    Swedish underwater specialist MMT has announced participation and sponsorship on the investigation on the 530 year old wreck of the ‘Gribshunden’ outside Ronneby, Sweden.

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    Narwhal to the rescue

    Ocean Safety has announced its appointment as UK sales and service agents for the full range of Narwhal SOLAS approved Rescue Boats. Narwhal models include the SV-420, SV 480, FRB 700 and SV 750...
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    RIBs for HM Customs Gibraltar

    Performance patrol boat specialist FB Design has recently delivered two high speed RIBs to HM Customs in Gibraltar. Capable of speeds of over 50 knots these two RIBs are based on standard production...
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    A fresh range of RIBs

    The UK’s Humber Ribs has released designs for their new professional Offshore Passenger/Charter rib range. These are the first of many new projects to be released amongst the Humber model ranges this...
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    A mini tug with mighty punch

    When the Suez Canal wanted to replace its fleet of 23 ft open mooring boats. They looked on the market and did not find any suitable candidates.There were plenty of fast RIBs with outboards or...
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    RIB for Spanish customs

    UK–headquartered professional and rescue boat manufacturer Vanguard Marine has recently commissioned one of its TX-540 Deep V RIBs for the Spanish Customs Service in Palma De Mallorca. The 5.4 metre...
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    Evinrude E-TEC G2

    BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products) has partnered with Piranha Ribs, based in Hampshire, UK to debut the new E-TEC G2 Evinrude outboard engine product line-up. According to BRP the new G2 boasts...
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    Surf Drive from France Helices

    France Helices, the French company that offers a range of trimmable surface drive systems has developed a new model that has rudder steering rather than the normal dynamic steering with the propeller...
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    Half a century of RIBs

    Humber RIBs is one of the major British builders of RIBs and has made a considerable reputation for itself in the commercial and military sector. This year the company hits a significant milestone:...
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    New RIB range

    UK boatbuilder Vanguard International have partnered with a Portuguese company to build a whole new range of RIBs covering a range of sizes and tube material options across both the commercial and...
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    Drive-on dock demo

    British manufacturer Aqua-dock will demonstrate its new drive-on dock for RIBs and craft up to 10m at Seawork International.

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    UK Ministry of Defence at Seawork

    The Boats Department of the MoD (DE&S), responsible for purchasing and support of all MoD boats from sailing craft to 30m workboats via RIBs, fast insertion vessels, will once again be exhibiting at...
  14. Garmin shows new range at Seawork 2014

    Garmin will be showing its full range of products designed for RIBs, fishing boats and workboats as well as for individuals working in the commercial marine sector at Seawork 2014.

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    VEKA Group buys Madera RIBs

    The Dutch Veka Group has taken over the RIB builder Madera, also located in Holland.

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  16. Ride quality monitoring packs sales sting

    Scorpion Ribs can provide proof of the ride quality and performance of their vessels from the data obtained using the Dyena Acceleration Recorder.

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    Scorpion Ribs unveils its sting

    Scorpion Ribs is the latest user of the Dyena Acceleration Recorder (DaccR), a portable data logger that provides information on ride quality and performance.

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    Bespoke port training course

    BMT Group in the UK has partnered with the Port of Dover to launch a two day interactive training course for harbour masters, port managers and port authorities called ‘Managing port safety and...
  19. Faulty marine beacons in the spotlight

    Ireland’s Minister for Transport Leo Vardkar has launched an inquiry into the failure of marine emergency position indication radio beacons (EPIRBs) three years ago.

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  20. Competition is stiff in the shiphandling market

    Competition in the ship handling market is and always has been extremely fierce.

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  21. Roll damped monohull accommodation vessel

    A new accommodation vessel ordered by Malta based Edda Accommodation will be fitted with a unique stabilisation system that is claimed to offer excellent stability with a monohull design.

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  22. Unmanned SAR craft for remote coastlines

    The conventional picture of a rescue boat or lifeboat is one with an heroic crew heading out in rough seas to rescue survivors.

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    Towlines

    Terasea Pte Ltd of Singapore, part of the POSH Terasea consortium, has taken delivery of the Terasea Eagle, the third anchorhandler in a series of four identical vessels to be built by the Universal...
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    Wärtsilä opens new test facility

    Wärtsilä has opened its new test facility for future propulsion products and technology.

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    Sea Marshals expands

    International private maritime security expert, Sea Marshals Ltd, has expanded into new premises to cope with an increase in business, particularly in the Gulfs of Guinea and Aden.

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