Jumbo Electric Outboards on the Way

Evoy says the 150-hp electric outboard is just the beginning. Following the introduction of its 150-hp electric outboard earlier this year, Evoy is planning to add more powerful all-electric engines in the future. The Norwegian manufacturer says it will add 300-hp and 450-hp versions with the 300 being available for pre-order in 2022. The 450 will follow with pre-order expected for 2024.

Washington Secures Federal Grant for Electric Hydrofoil Ferry Design

Kitsap Transit and Washington Maritime Blue partners win federal grant to design high-speed passenger ferry powered by battery-electric, low-emission technology. The U.S. Federal Transit Administration has picked a novel fast-ferry experiment in Washington State as one of 25 awardees in its Accelerating Innovate Mobility initiative, providing $372,000 in design funding to a consortium led by Washington Maritime Blue.

RIMTA Awarded Sizable Grant to Expand Vessel Recycling Program

Earlier this month, The Rhode Island Marine Trades Association announced it was entering Phase 2 of its pilot program to address end-of-life fiberglass boats.The program got a massive boost this week from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Marine Debris Program when the group awarded RIMTA with a grant of more than $105,000 to expand the program across all of New England and beyond.

Incat Crowther Design Delivered for South African Special Forces

Incat Crowther is pleased to announce the delivery of Inkanyamba, a 20m Monohull Workboat, to the Armaments Corporation of South Africa (ARMSCOR). Built by Cape Town shipbuilder Veecraft Marine, the vessel will be tasked by the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) with the transportation of personnel, equipment and also support training activities in coastal waters up to 10 miles off the coast under inclement weather conditions often experienced in the area.

This Little Baby Boat May Be the Smallest Ship in the Navy

At just 19 feet long, the boat is actually “Boomin Beaver” security tug. Originally built to herd logs in waterways, the Navy boat is now an all-purpose vessel that can tow small ships and deploy floating security fences, ensuring that larger submarines, destroyers, and even aircraft carriers don’t receive unwanted visitors.

OXE Marine AB (publ) Interim report 1 April to 30 June 2020

Given the background of significant global economic and social disruption due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Company achieved sales amounting to SEK 21.8m for the quarter (SEK 24.1m), whilst being significantly above Q1 sales of SEK 10.2m. Additionally our order book grew organically by 6% (1% after currency translation) relative to Q1 2020. The order value together with year to date sales represents 98% of net turnover of 2019.