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Offshore hydrodynamics & Ship design


7,000 visitors attend the Open Day!


courses Are you an engineer and want to specialise in hydrodynamics of floating offshore structures? Or naval architect looking for ways to expand your knowledge on hydrodynamics in ship design? Then join this year’s courses at MARIN in Wageningen, the Netherlands.


During these hands-on training courses we share with you our expertise and experience developed within our commercial projects, in Joint Industry Projects and in worldwide cooperation networks.


Hydrodynamics of floating offshore structures March 18-22, 2019


Hydrodynamics in ship design March 25-29, 2019


See www.marin.nl/courses for more information or registration.


Do you have a question? Contact Saskia van de Peppel (Course Coordinator) +31 317 49 32 89 or courses@marin.nl


To kick-off Maritime Week, we opened our doors in Wageningen again. We showed how MARIN can make ships and sea operations cleaner, smarter and safer, and how we are contributing to a sustainable use of the sea. Almost 7,000 visitors experienced a future of autonomous and zero-emission ships, floating islands and wind turbines, solar thermal stations and seaweed farms. We also showed them how we help to prevent shipping disasters like the Sewol tragedy and we invited them to visit the simulation centre of the future.


State Secretaries inaugurate model of the new Royal Netherlands Navy Combat Support Ship


On November 9, the State Secretaries for the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy and the Ministry of Defence - Mona Keijzer and Barbara Visser respectively - inaugurated the new Combat Support Ship as MARIN model number 10,000. In the presence of Vice Admiral


Rob Kramer, Commander of the Royal Netherlands Navy, and representatives of the maritime sector, the Zr.Ms. Den Helder approached the Port of Den Helder in virtual reality, and had her first test run in the Seakeeping and Manoeuvring Basin.


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