Significant Small Ships – final call for entries

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Ship & Boat International eNews: November/December 2020

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The Ship & Boat International team will soon wrap up production of the annual RINA journal Significant Small Ships, profiling approximately 30 new vessels sized between 5-100m and officially delivered in 2020. 

 

Significant Small Ships of 2020 welcomes any submissions from naval architects, boatbuilders and designers. We cover all vessel types, including RIBs, patrol / SAR craft, crew transfer boats, tugs, ferries, yachts, workboats, OSVs, research/survey vessels, pilot boats and inland/coastal vessels, among others.

 

We are especially on the lookout for vessels that are first-in-class, or that boast unique and/or special design characteristics and items of equipment. All submissions are considered and assessed on terms of merit, and multiple submissions (for instance, of three vessels produced by the same designer or yard) are allowed.

 

All we require for each entry is the following:

 

  • A brief description of the vessel’s main design features and key attributes
  • The completion of a ‘Technical Particulars’ form
  • A full colour photo of the vessel, on the water
  • A General Arrangement (GA) of the vessel

 

Our deadline for entries is 12 December 2020. If you are interested in submitting vessels, please contact Joshua James at jjames@rina.org.uk or on +44(0)20 7235 4622 ext 313 and we’ll be in touch with further info and the relevant forms.

 

 

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