Maritime UK announces plans for National Careers Week

Maritime UK today announces its plans to promote the maritime sector during National Careers Week (NCW). The annual week-long celebration of careers guidance and engagement runs from 7 to 12 March 2022.   NCW is a celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK. The aim is to provide a focus for […]


Marine-i offers fully funded visit to National Renewable Energy Centre

Marine-i, the ongoing marine technology programme, is offering businesses in Cornwall the opportunity to visit the advanced testing facilities available at the National Renewable Energy Centre (NREC) in Blyth, Northumberland. Cornish businesses, particularly those in marine tech or related sectors such as manufacturing, electronics or 3D printing, are encouraged to take part in the free […]


Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Masterclass

The primary objective of the workshop will be to raise awareness and understanding of the performance and limitations of positioning and timing systems; and to provide information on steps to take to improve performance and resilience. In addition, the workshop will include a look at positioning and timing sources including new approaches such as low-earth-orbit […]


Some places still available at Marine-i Innovation Accelerator Programme

Marine-i has announced that limited places are still available at its three-part coaching programme designed to help local businesses bring their innovation ideas to market. This new programme is aimed at small or medium sized businesses in Cornwall who have an interest in marine technology. The programme is free to eligible businesses. Part funded by […]


Finalists announced for 2022 Maritime UK Awards

32 different companies shortlisted for third annual Maritime UK Awards RTS Scotland award-winning broadcaster, Jennifer Reoch, to host the ceremony International Trade Secretary to provide the keynote address The Seafarers’ Charity chosen as Charity Partner   Maritime UK is today announcing the 32 finalists for the third annual Maritime UK Awards. The winners, across 14 […]


Marine Unexploded Ordinance (UXO) removal for offshore wind farms

Background Hartley Anderson is one of the UK’s leading independent environmental consultancies. They support regulators, offshore industries and conservation bodies. Notably, it is contracted to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to deliver Strategic Environmental Assessments for aspects of the UK’s marine energy plans and programmes. There are millions of tonnes of […]