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Partnership of British Marine Federation (BMF) and The Worshipful Company of Shipwrights

September 05, 2014

Written by Zuzana Bednarova


The British Marine Federation (BMF) has announced the partnership with The Worshipful Company of Shipwrights. The Shipwrights’ Apprentice Scheme (SAS) provides funding and support to marine apprenticeships. ... read full story

Amels 212 megayacht IMAGINE – the first superyacht in the world to be awarded a ‘Green Passport’ from Lloyds Register

July 09, 2012

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

Being a nice example of how the ecological impact of superyachts can be reduced, the 65.5m Amels 212 motor yacht IMAGINE has become the first luxury vessel in the world to receive the 'Green Passport' from Lloyds Register. ... read full story

65.5m Amels 212 luxury yacht IMAGINE – the first superyacht in the world with Green Passport by Lloyds Register

May 03, 2012

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

Meeting all the requirements for the Lloyd´s Register Green Passport, the 65.5m Amels 212 megayacht IMAGINE will become the world´s first superyacht to be given an honour to receive it. ... read full story

‘Clean Shipping Index’ verification service now offered by Lloyd’s Register

June 24, 2010

Written by Mike Smith

Lloyd’s Register is now offering a verification service the ‘Clean Shipping Index’ to shipowners and operators wishing to demonstrate their success in reducing the environmental impact of their activities beyond the requirements of classification or statutory rules and regulations. The service is cost effective and can be delivered with minimal interruption to ship operations. ... read full story

The Lloyd’s Register Educational Trust funds emissions research at National Technical University of Athens

June 21, 2010

Written by Mike Smith

The Lloyd’s Register Educational Trust makes new €1.5m commitment to support the marine industry in Greece. Lloyd’s Register’s independent charity foundation, The Lloyd’s Register Educational Trust (The LRET), has agreed to fund a research programme into shipping emissions at NTUA over the next five years – the commitment will be worth over €1,500,000. ... read full story

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