6 February 2020
The Flex-42X, designed and developed by BMT and Penguin Shipyards, is a midsized crew boat powered by three conventional Caterpillar C32 ACERT main engines. With top speed of 30 knots it is arguably the most efficient design on the market.
In addition, Alkahfi Chief benefits from the integration of a walk to work system located on the aft deck, an interceptor based ride control system, and luxurious business class seating on a 2 by 2 seats configuration.
The Flex-42X is a multi-role support platform designed to support a number of operations duty in addition to its primary purpose as a personnel and cargo transfer vessel. Specialist duties include security and escort, search and rescue, emergency response, fire-fighting, and medivac.
BMT Specialised Ship Design, Head of Business Development, Noel Tomlinson, said:
“BMT and Penguin Shipyard International are delighted to have won this accolade for Support Vessel of the Year. The Alkahfi Chief has set a new industry benchmark through its innovative design, efficient operation and quality of the amenities offered to the crew and personnel”
29 September 2021
BMT's 70m LNG ferry Willem Barentsz wins Shippax Technology and Design award 2021. The ferry now operating within the UNESCO World Heritage Site (The Wadden Sea) for Rederij Doeksen.
4 August 2021
BMT will deliver its first REMBRANDT® DNV Class A, B and C Full Mission Bridge Simulator at a Maritime Academy in Sabah, following a successful roll out of the technology to numerous academies across the Indonesian market.
26 July 2021
Our Executive Committee and employees would like to thank Carlos Maenhout for his tremendous hard work and commitment to its customers, partners and staff. After his many years of service and leadership to BMT, we wish him all the best with his retirement.
18 June 2021
In addition to practical knowledge and gained experience, we are committed to continued education. This has resulted in, amongst others, a number of our experts from our offices in the Netherlands and Belgium being (once again) recognised and registered with the United Register of Appraisers (VRT).