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Vectis consolidates advanced composite design capability

Vectis has recently completed the structural design of two new high performance and weight critical advanced composite craft thereby consolidating our in-house structural design capability in both composites and metals. These craft follow the structural design of a novel 22m high speed craft and a next-generation 8m RIB both in advanced composite materials with infused and cored structural elements. This advanced composite design capability is available to other naval architects, boat designers and boat builders.
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Vectis consolidates advanced composite design capability

Vectis has recently completed the structural design of two new high performance and weight critical advanced composite craft thereby consolidating our in-house structural design capability in both composites and metals. These craft follow the structural design of a novel 22m high speed craft and a next-generation 8m RIB both in advanced composite materials with infused and cored structural elements. This advanced composite design capability is available to other naval architects, boat designers and boat builders.Click here to read the full article...

Vectis moves to new offices, February 2018

We are pleased to report that Vectis Marine Design has moved to their own new offices. Vectis purchased the offices in January this year and has now moved in following four weeks of refurbishment. The office is located near Fareham in Hampshire, just off Junction 9 of the M27, with convenient access to the motorway routes and Southampton airport.Click here to read the full article...

Vectis hosts Royal Visitor

Vectis Marine Design recently had the honour of a visit to our offices by HRH The Princess Royal. Princess Anne, The Princess Royal was visiting Fareham Innovation Centre as part of the celebrations for 100 years of flying from the former HMS Daedalus air base on which the Centre is located.Click here to read the full article...

Next-Generation RIB delivered to Windermere Police

A new concept military and professional RIB developed by Vectis and built by Delta Power Group has been delivered to the UK's Windermere Police. The Next-Generation RIB features an entirely clear and flat aft deck to accommodate a wide range of payloads and provide a highly flexible and capable craft for military, professional and rescue duties.Click here to read the full article...

Vectis delivers Arctic 28 Wheelhouse RIB project

When the new owner of a VT Halmatic Arctic 28 RIB wanted an enclosed wheelhouse designed and installed he approached Vectis for the job. Vectis has first hand experience of the Arctic RIBs from VT Halmatic and from providing technical support to the MOD's Arctic fleet over the last few years. The aluminium wheelhouse was designed and supplied by Vectis as a turn-key project for the boat's new owner.Click here to read the full article...

Dr. Robin Loscombe joins VECTIS

VECTIS is pleased to announce that Dr. Robin Loscombe has joined the VECTIS team. Robin brings enormous capability and experience in small craft design and naval architecture, as well as in structural design and analysis of composite and metallic structures.Click here to read the full article...

VECTIS to attend HSBO 6-8 May 2014

VECTIS will be attending the High Speed Boat Operator's Forum (HSBO) in Gothenburg from 6 to 8 May. VECTIS has been a regular at HSBO having attended the last three Forums and we look forward to meeting up with friends and colleagues in the industry.Click here to read the full article...

VECTIS attends Fast Patrol and Interception Conference

VECTIS' Andrew Humphries will be attending the Fast Patrol and Interception Conference on 25th and 26th March in London.Click here to read the full article...

Vectis Marine Design celebrates its 5th birthday!

Vectis Marine Design was established in December 2008 and since then has grown in capabilityClick here to read the full article...