Riding the wave of climate change
Major Projects Lead and Senior Principal Consultant, Greg Fisk, discusses the growing need for sector-specific guidance for marinas and boat yards, in-light of increasing regulation to decarbonise industries.
Small ports valuation: maximising value
Brad Saunders, our Senior Principal Engineer & Technical Lead for APAC, Coastal & Maritime Engineering, sets out how for small ports a modern approach to asset valuation is appropriate and holds considerable potential to uncover hidden value.
How Safe Is Safe Enough? Synthetic Environments Assurance For Maritime Autonomous Surface Navigation
Safety is key. It is generally accepted that safety for MASS must be as good as, or better than, human driven systems. So, a key element of assuring MASS is providing evidence it can navigate safely and in compliance with the International Regulations on Prevention of Collisions at Sea (COLREGS) without a human onboard.
Making the best of the worst
Supply chain issues, post-pandemic delays and a lack of stacking space are typical challenges for a shipping line in today’s busy world. Our Managing Director of Surveys and his team provide detailed insight into distressed cargo management operations and how to extract value and upside in the face of a serious shipping incident.
The next generation of navigation solutions
The growing size and number of vessels in the global cruise fleet requires the industry to set new standards for navigation technology to ensure it meet the highest standards of safety.
Closing the gap - how infrastructure companies are collaborating with ports to enhance port infrastructure and operations
Shivaprakash Rao, head of Consulting and Energy Transition at BMT, was interviewed by Port & Harbors to discuss how infrastructure companies are collaborating with ports to enhance port infrastructure and operations.
Winds of change: BMT at the forefront of new designs
Martin Bissuel, head of Sales Commercial Maritime at BMT, spoke exclusively to Maritime Journal about about the future trends and demands for offshore wind vessels in light of the market expansion.
What is maritime synthetic environment modelling ?
Dr Phil Thompson explains maritime synthetic environment modelling and how he has helped develop it into an award-winning system.
BMT awarded contract by MoD to provide combined admiralty pilot training
BMT today announced that it has been awarded a Hydrodynamic Marine Simulator Training contract by the Ministry Of Defence to deliver new, optimal levels of safety, operational efficiency, readiness, and an advanced 5-bridge training platform capability in customised navigation training for the Admiralty Pilots and Tug Masters of the Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers (QECC) in Portsmouth.
Launch of major new navigation training centre in the United Kingdom
BMT's advanced 5-bridge training platform for Tugs and Ship Pilotage is launched and is already set to support multi-year training programmes with its state-of-art training facility.
BMT to design more Fire and Rescue vessels for Singapore
In collaboration with Penguin Shipyard International, the BMT design iteration, called “MFV-R”, is an optimal ship design created to offer a second-generation external firefighting capability that goes ‘above and beyond’ standard FiFi Class 1 requirements.
BMT 27m CTV hybrid design selected for expanding European offshore wind
We are pleased to announce that our latest 27m CTV hybrid vessel design showcasing our patented BMT Active Fender System® and hybrid propulsion system has been selected by HST Marine for the European offshore wind industry.
AEOLUS - shaped by the winds of change
On the first day of the Dubai International Boat Show, Oceanco revealed a revolutionary yacht design: Aeolus. Fully aligned with Oceanco’s NXT initiative, Aeolus is in tune with evolving perspectives on the environment as well as lifestyle.
BMT’s design capability endorsed by signing key subcontract for the FSS with Navantia UK
BMT is pleased to announce that it has now signed a subcontract with Navantia UK, formalising its role in delivering the £1.6 billion Fleet Solid Support (FSS) programme.
£1.6bn MoD contract for Royal Navy support ships awarded to Team Resolute
A £1.6 billion contract has been awarded to Team Resolute to manufacture the vessels providing munitions, stores and provisions to the Royal Navy’s aircraft carriers, destroyers and frigates.
BMT Unveils New Crew Transfer Vessel Design at International WorkBoat Show 2022
To meet the industry’s growing demand for lower carbon emissions, capacity, and prolonged offshore operations, BMT is introducing its new 32m Crew Transfer Vessel design to what is already an extensive range of designs.