Hull Vane exhibits at MAST, June 21-23, Amsterdam

Jun 14, 2016

Meet us June 21-23 at MAST Maritime/Air Systems & Technologies) Conference and exhibition 2016 in Amsterdam!

With ‘NATO’s Naval Readiness to Respond to Emerging 21st Century Threats’ as a keynote topic, the tenth anniversary edition of MAST will take place under the auspices of the Royal Netherlands Navy, Defence Materiel Organisation, and NIDV. MAST offers platforms, systems and technologies for defence, security and safety and enables to community network.

Hull Vane will have a stand at the exhibition and will present two papers at the conference, focusing on the improved seakeeping effect of the Hull Vane. One is related to a CFD study on the DTMB5415, a generic frigate-type hull form, while the other is about the effects of the Hull Vane® on the 108 meter Holland Class OPVs, of which one will be available for viewing during the conference. Lately Hull Vane has received a lot of the new inquiries from navies and naval shipbuilders. In addition to the very significant reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, naval and coastguard vessels see a big advantage in the improvement of the seakeeping characteristics and the reduction of the signature (from the stern wave). Contact us if you wish to receive a copy of the papers which will be presented.

Join us at the MAST, we feel honored to welcome you at booth 63!

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