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F.D.S. Offer for Rental & Sale Marine & Renewables Journal


CONTENTS October 2021


Port News News In Brief Industry News 4 6 8


Lifting Deck Equipment 20 Navigation 26


Communication 28


Marine Civils, Engineering & Construction 32 Offshore Energy Show 2021 34 Port & Quayside 36


Marine Hybrid Solutions 40 Industry Round-Up 42 Classifieds 46


Diver R.O.V. & Crane Operated Dredging Systems. Multipurpose & Mini dredging systems for the removal of fines, silt, mud’s, drill cuttings, sand, grit, gravel, shingle, shale & general debris. Suitable for confined space operations or locations where access is a problem. All on-shore civil applications. Shallow & deepwater offshore support operations. Renewables. Complete ready to use self operational systems available for use worldwide. Stillage packed or deepwater offshore containerised units. Long & short term rentals. Sales. Wide scope of operations. Lightweight, road & air transportable environmentally friendly units.


EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE FOR RENTAL WORLDWIDE. EDITOR’S LETTER


Welcome to the October 2021 issue of Dockyard Magazine, the journal for the commercial marine and renewable markets.


Grimsby Shipyard Services introduce their now offering in relation to vessel demolition/scrappage and the process involved – read the full article on page 4.


Williams Shipping were selected for a Sub Hub (The Kraken) tow from QED Naval in Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland to Mainstay Marine in Pembroke, South Wales. Full details can be found on page 14.


The IC-M510 is a stylish, new advanced VHF/DSC marine radio from Icom that gives smartphone control of your radio using the RS-M500 app (iOS™/Android™), see details on page 29.


Enerpac Heavy Lifting Technology has supplied a heavy lift trolley system to Amico & Co, for lifting and transporting yachts weighing up to 4000 ton, for more go to page 38.


On page 40, Great Yarmouth based marine and engineering specialist Alicat has won a multi-million-pound contract with North Star Renewables, for its first hybrid powered daughter craft fleet.


Please send your contributions to editor@dockyard-mag.com or alternatively contact Alex Wetton at alex@dockyard-mag.com for further information. Thanks for reading & Stay Safe!


Rob Taylor – Editor


Editor: Rob Taylor editor@dockyard-mag.com Tel No: +44 (0)1634 568925


Publisher: Robert Robinson Crystal Design & Media Ltd Tel No: +44 (0)1634 568925


Publication Manager: Alex Wetton alex@dockyard-mag.com Tel No: +44 (0)1634 568926


Designer: Michael Hayes design@dockyard-mag.com Tel No: +44 (0)1634 568925


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