Clements Engineering working with Hardy Marine.

Clements Engineering is proud to have once more supplied to Hardy Marine, this time to their new flagship vessel the Hardy 65.

The Hardy 65 is built to many of the high standards this UK based company has become known for. The boat has exceptional sea-keeping abilities, comfortable yet quick semi-displacement Andrew Wolstenholme hull design, rugged construction, and ‘little ship’ engineering standards. The first Hardy 65 built is called MARESIA, which has a stunning interior styled by Synolo Design, and superbly executed by Hardy’s highly skilled craftsmen. Reliability, safety and a comfortable ride are still paramount, but the new Hardy 65 takes a big leap forward – both in styling and cruising amenities.

Clements Engineering has supplied a full stern gear package to the boat, working with the design team from the outset to ensure that the propellers are matched to the design and requirements of the boat. The stern gear package comprises of couplings, shafts, stern tubes, shafts, P brackets, rudder assemblies and 5 bladed hyperform propellers.

The Hardy 65 is fitted with MAN R6 800hp diesels and 6,100 litres of fuel, will ensure plenty of range for offshore passages. Engineering standards throughout are exemplary.  MARESIA will achieve around 20 knots – other engine installations will be available on further models for higher or lower speeds.

Clements Engineering Managing Director, Paul Williams commented, “We are really pleased to be working with a prestigious UK brand such as Hardy Marine. Our products which are designed and manufactured in our UK facility are used in vessels throughout the world, it is great to see British manufacturing still going strong”

The new Hardy 65 MARESIA will be on display at the Jersey Boat Show which runs from 29th April – 1st May 2017 before being handed over to her new owners.