Tag Archives: stern gear

Clements Engineering is delighted to have recently won the contract to supply a full stern gear package for all 9 pilot vessels recently commissioned by Associated British Ports (ABP) and being built by Goodchild Marine Services.   The project will consist of three ORC 171 pilot vessels operating at 641hp @2100rpm, and six smaller ORC 136 […]

A few months ago, we reported a story about the John Bunyan Boat, a local company that offers river cruises on the waterways around the Bedford Town Centre area. The Clements team amended the propeller design to help make the boat stop quicker and also reduce noise levels so passengers could enjoy a quieter cruise.  They […]

One of the stand out projects that Clements Engineering has been working on recently has been the restoration of a vessel that has been renamed HMY Britain. The vessel has had an interesting history since its build and the Clements Engineering team have worked with those involved in this project to ensure optimum design for […]

Clements Engineering have worked with Essex based Blyth Catamarans for many years.  The latest launch is an 18m Survey Vessel and Clements have supplied them a full stern gear package, including a 31” 5 blade hyperform propeller and full stern gear package. Blyth Catamarans, based in Essex, England specialises in the design and build of […]

Clements Engineering recently came to the aid of a local company that offers river cruises on the waterways around Bedford Town Centre area. The John Bunyan Boat offers both local people and visitors river cruises as well as special interest cruises including Afternoon Tea, Fish & Chip Suppers, Jazz Evenings, Folk on the Boat, Motown […]

At the recent London Boat Show, a new boat was unveiled by Banks Martin Boats – the Beaulieu 30.  This boat is the culmination of over two years hard work supported by a wealth of boat building experience from those involved in the design and build. Clements Engineering was proud to have supplied the propellers […]

When it comes to keeping customers boats operational, Clements Engineering always try to turn around orders for repairs and replacements as quickly as possible. A great start to 2018, sees Clements Engineering receive a note of thanks from their longstanding client Austhai Marine. Based in Thailand, Austhai are leading fibreglass boat builders producing a range […]

A popular launch at the Southampton Boat Show earlier this year was the new Westwood C405.  This elegant, low air draft boat is the perfect river cruiser to explore new waters, but with its category B hull, designed by Andrew Wolstenholm, it is also practical for use on the sea. Clements Engineering supplied a full […]

A few months ago, the MV Thomas Doggett officially joined the Thames River Services fleet providing tours on the Thames. Fitted with a full stern gear package and propellers from Clements Engineering, the Thomas Doggett with 524 seats is the largest of the Thames River Services fleet operating from Westminster Pier, St Katherine’s Dock, Greenwich […]

A latest vessel built by Arklow Marine Services, has stern gear supplied by Clements Engineering. The 14.95m twin-rig trawler, called “Diligent Jo” will shortly start working out of her new home port of Plymouth, having completed successful sea trials near Co Wicklow, Ireland. Powered by a Volvo Penta D13 main engine, ‘Diligent Jo’ has a […]

In 2006, Thailand based boatbuilder, Austhai Marine started out building 6m catamarans and used Clements Engineering stern gear on their inboard powered builds.  Now, over 10 years on, the company has built more than 100 boats, and their catamarans are available up to 17m, built by their 50 employees in their purpose built 5000sqm facility. […]

An owner of a shipyard specialising in large yacht refits on Southampton water recently needed some assistance with his own vessel, which was underperforming badly. Solent Refit had used Clements Engineering products previously in various projects, from replacement new propellers to repairs where propeller blades had suffered damage.  Knowing that Clements had previously responded well […]

At the recent Seawork Show the new Blyth Workcat was on display on the pontoons, where she was visited by those in the marine industry throughout the show. The 15m Survey Boat called “Egidora” has been built for Kiel University in Germany.  The design of the catamaran is to work most efficiently at slow speeds […]

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