The US Navy is currently on the lookout for a new medium-sized amphibious support vessel to join their fleet—and it’s great to see Sea Transport’s very own Stern Landing Vessel (SLV) could be a front runner.
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The Lucky Eyre Transhipper vessel has set out on another voyage. The 87m grain transhipment vessel departed this week and is currently en-route to Lucky Bay in South Australia.
The team at Sea Transport Solutions is very excited to announce the addition of a new vessel—The Sara. Specifically designed to haul heavy mining machinery, this vessel is already hard at work assisting a range of key mining contracts.
Well OK, this study was only completed about 7 years ago but just in case you haven’t seen the Experimental Study on the Relative Motions Between a Floating Harbour Transhipper and a Feeder Vessel in Regular Waves – Here it is!
The model testing period of designing a marine vessel plays a critical role right from the very basic design stages. STS began ship model testing in 1986 with bulbous bow developments on catamarans. In today’s article, we look into our history with ship model testing, the valuable results we have gathered and how these results influence our work.
The team at Sea Transport Solutions is proud to announce that the new transhipment vessel dubbed ‘Lucky Eyre’, has successfully completed her one-week journey from the shipyard in Guangzhou to Shanghai in China, covering her first 1,670 kilometres with ease. In today’s article, we check in on the transhipper’s progress as she prepares for her first grain harvest in South Australia.
An analysis in efficiency and operability in the medium-speed, medium-sized ferry sector. We answer the question, which hull-type is best for ferry operations based off the research and studies conducted by Dr. Alf Baird, former Professor of maritime Business at Edinburgh Napier University.
Our team of naval architects are excited to be in cooperation with the United Kingdom’s University of Strathclyde in testing a new, potentially life-saving technology suitable for existing and new vessels referred to as DSRS or (Damage Stability Recovery System).
Read our full article to learn more about this exciting new innovation in marine safety.
The new vessel dubbed “Lucky Eyre” was specially designed by Sea Transport Solutions (partnering with T-Ports), who are both proud and excited to see the final build complete and ready to be fitted in Shanghai with a material handling system, before setting sail for South Australia.
South Australia is expected to have its very first farmer and private equity partnership port built and in operation for the 2018-2019 grain harvest. The port has been proposed to be built at Lucky Bay on the Eyre Peninsula and will provide an alternative grain storage and export option for local Australian growers. These growers […]