Review of performance for 2022

Our operating performance | Maritime Design and Consultancy continued Highlights Our ‘net zero’ awareness was publicised in the yacht market with a well-received article by James Roy from Lateral* naval architects. Sustainability remains high on the list of priorities for yacht builders, not only to be ahead of the legislative curve but also to meet the needs of a younger generation of yacht owners and charterers for whom ‘leave no trace’ is a growing consideration. (Below) Our marine surveyors in Singapore assisted when bulk carrier VITAHORIZON ran aground on a coral bank south of Balikpapan, Indonesia. The vessel was safely refloated and brought to a safe anchorage for further underwater inspections. We then prepared the vessel for safe delivery back to the owners. (Left) ‘The evolution of green technologies will bring an increased focus on compliance, managing environmental impacts and efficiency.’ We were awarded the contract for marine engineering support from Seaspan Vancouver Shipyards to support the design of the Canadian Coast Guard MultiPurpose Vessel (MPV). The MPV programme will deliver up to 16 vessels in three stages over the next 20 years. (Left) BMT Group | A platform for growth 26