30 year milestone
Chief Technical Officer Ray Luukas, and Master Mariner Mark Keenor, celebrate thirty years with the business
UK Maritime Training Given a £43m Funding Boost
The UK Government has announced a £43m funding boost which will be used to provide subsidies for the training of cadets and ratings.
Superyacht Fires: The Importance of Proactive Risk Mitigation
Cast your eyes across the news and it’s hard not to spot stories of superyachts bursting into flames, resulting in considerable damage both to the vessel itself and the surrounding...
Wing Sail Technology Receives £5m Funding Boost
A new form of fully-automated sail technology that promises to reduce the emissions associated with shipping has received a £5m funding boost as part of a three-year Scottish...
New 44m Superyacht Destroyed by Fire
A brand new ISA designed and built superyacht, the Aria SF, has been destroyed by fire whilst cruising off the coast of Formentera in Spain. The fire comes only a month after the...
What Are Materials Science and Materials Testing and Why Are They Important?
Materials science is an interdisciplinary field of study that covers the design and discovery of new materials.
What Is Metallurgy and How Is It Used in the Maritime Industry ?
The study of metallurgy plays an integral role in many industries across the globe. But what exactly is it ? What is it used for ? And, how is it used in the maritime industry ? ...
New Water-Based Battery Promises Lithium-Like Performance at Half the Cost
A Boston-based startup has unveiled a remarkable water-based, rechargeable battery that could match the performance of lithium-ion batteries at a fraction of the cost.
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