The HMAS "Glenelg" being re launched at The Yard Brisbane after her refit with Aluminium Boats Australia.
Amity Trader making use of The Yard Brisbane's travel lift finger, loading formwork with Dynamic Marine Services for the construction works underway at the Caltex shipping terminal Brisbane. She sails the worlds oceans giving to the remote south pacific islanders and contributing to the doctors without boarders charity. The converted salvage tug "Flamingo Bay" at The Yard Brisbane for some pre auction preparation works. The Judith Ann brought into the country by Q7 Marine for some work to be carried out at The Yard Brisbane, ready for use by its new Brisbane based owner this summer. The QLD Police Vessel "Brett Handram" built by ABA being lifted at The Yard Brisbane for her annual maintenance period. Aluminium Boats Australia along with The Yard Brisbane are proud to announce the launch of the HMAS Launceston.
At The Yard Brisbane this 57 metre 400 tonne oil fuel lighter built in 1942 for the war was lifted to be scrapped as she is no longer able to meet class requirements. Aluminium Boats Australia have successfully launched another one of their fast passenger ferries.
Sailfish powercats were top-five aluminium fishing boats at Australia’s Greatest Boats three years running.
Brisbane-based Aluminium Boats Australia (ABA) has won the tender to build three Class One catamarans for the Queensland Police Service (QPS).
Queensland Police Minister, Jack Dempsey, who announced the contract in early August, said ABA had submitted an impressive tender to build the 24m One2Three-designed boats which will be located in Townsville, Cairns and the Whitsundays. QPS Commissioner, Ian Stewart said the three new boats would join three similar craft currently deployed in Thursday Island, Yeppoon and Brisbane. Delivery of the first cat will be in April 2014, the additional two to follow in August and December.
Austal said Poynton’s decision reflected a desire to devote more time to his other business and not-for-profit activities. Atkinson announced his retirement following a 23-year career with the company and also decided to relinquish his role as executive director. Atkinson joined Austal as financial controller in 1990 and held senior finance positions within the business for his entire career.
Austal CEO Andrew Bellamy thanked Atkinson for his role in shaping the company’s executive leadership team.
The final keel block (pictured right) for the future Royal Australian Navy destroyer, Hobart, has been successfully lifted into place by the AWD Alliance in Adelaide.
Consolidation of the entire hull will be complete in early 2014 and will be followed by fit-out and testing of the ship’s systems before sea trials are undertaken. The AWD Alliance is made up of the Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) representing the Australian Government, ASC as the lead shipbuilder and Raytheon Australia as the mission systems integrator.
Boat manufacturer Steber International will deliver a second security vessel for the Port of Melbourne Corporation (PoMC). This follows the deployment of the MV Tim Muir in 2010, which was also built by Steber at its Taree-NSW factory. The second 38-foot vessel will add to PoMC’s security and incident response capability and play an important role in ensuring the port’s commercial ship visits are not impeded by recreational boat operators anchoring in shipping channels. Mermaid Marine Australia Limited (MMA) has been awarded a vessel contract with Subsea 7 to provide tug and barge support for the Heavy Lift & Tie-in Scope on the Chevron-operated Gorgon Project. Utilising a combination of owned and chartered vessels, MMA will provide a fleet of nine tug and barge sets to support subsea installation works as well as an offshore positioning tug. Construction of a new catamaran patrol vessel is underway on the Gold Coast following the award of a Queensland Government tender to Marine Engineering Consultants (MEC). The Department of Environment and Resource Management issued the tender for the construction and delivery of the 24m Long Range Patrol Vessel, with bids closing in July last year. Designed by Incat Crowther, it will replace an existing 20m displacement patrol boat operated by the Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing (DNPRSR), and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. According to Incat Crowther, MEC’s excellent build quality, value and support were pivotal to winning the construction tender. Incat Crowther said the concept design it submitted is characterised by its consideration for its operational environment and by the application of several new technologies. The new vessel is to fulfil the day-to-day management role of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area (GBRWHA) – performing a range of tasks including marine protected area management, island national park management, compliance operations, incident response, diving operations and research. Among the environmental features of the aluminium catamaran are 80m? of solar panels, high R-value insulation, zoned air-conditioning, as well as window blinds and shutters to reduce the impact of the Queensland sun. The extensive solar array takes advantage of modern lithium-ion batteries to reduce the use of diesel generators both in operation and at anchor at night.
The batteries are charged during the day by solar power, allowing the vessel’s diesel generators to be shutdown overnight.
The design firm says the cost-effective nature of this configuration is further enhanced by the benefits of lithium-ion batteries.


The vessel’s aft deck houses a cradle for a 6m RIB which is capable of being launched and retrieved at speeds of up to 6kts and in seas up to 3m.
A mess with seats for 15 is situated opposite a large galley and adjoining pantry housing provisions for long missions.
Forward of this is a second lounge area to starboard and a pair of computer workstations to port. Aft of the wheelhouse the upper deck features two twin cabins, a bathroom, power tools store and a cold store. Incat Crowther evaluated multiple drivetrain options, with hybrid propulsion at the forefront.
Power is from a pair of Yanmar 6AYM-WGT engines producing 670kW each and driving five-blade props. Salter Boats recently enjoyed fairly unique boat-selling role – offering a police patrol boat for sale by expressions of interest. Originally built for the NSW Water Police and completed in 2000, Falcon (right) was later sold to their WA counterparts.
Having also been repowered after heading west, the boat’s twin 700hp Scania DI1269M engines have only logged 2400 hours and give a 28-knot top speed and 20kts cruise. A collaborative research project between the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), the University of Queensland (UQ) and the University of Western Australia will investigate the safety culture of shipping operations over a three-year period. AMSA and UQ have secured a linkage grant through the Australian Research Council (ARC) to examine the predictors and outcomes of safety culture in the Australian maritime industry. AMSA Ship Safety Division general manager Allan Schwartz said the findings from the project would be used to improve safety policies, regulations and practices that aim to reduce the number of accidents and incidents in Australian waters. AMSA says further research is needed to investigate the influence of safety culture on behaviour in order to develop training programs, work design, procedures, policies and regulations.
The project will be offered via the University of Queensland’s School of Psychology, supported by AMSA’s Human Factors section in the Ship Operations and Qualifications area. Organisers of the Pacific International Maritime Exposition (PIME) say the 2013 event promises to be one of the most exciting ever staged in Sydney. If their predictions are correct, Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Exhibition and Convention Centre will be awash with warships, tall ships and naval personnel from around the world during the second week in October. Pacific 2013 will be held from October 7 to 9 at the Sydney Exhibition and Convention Centre.
MAL says PIME brings together industry, government and defence professionals across a broad spectrum of commercial maritime and naval defence sectors.
The West Australian maritime sector has received a boost with the opening of a new $1.7 million maritime simulator training suite. Said to be the only suite of its kind in the country, the simulators are located at Challenger Institute of Technology’s Fremantle campus and will be used for training students in a range of courses, from certificate II to advanced diploma. Challenger Institute CEO, Liz Harris said the new facilities would further bolster the innovative maritime training delivered at the institute. Terry Redman, WA Minister for Training and Workforce Development said the technology places Challenger in the highest echelon of maritime training organisations in the world. Harris said the new simulators would complement the current training offered at Challenger’s School of Maritime, which delivers courses ranging from commercial fishing and marine tourism to marine operations and engineering.
The national headquarters of Survitec Australia recently hosted a visit by Dr Mike Kelly, Federal Minister for Defence Materiel. Kelly inspected key areas of the operation, including where pressure tanks used by Navy divers are tested, a lab dedicated to servicing sonar equipment and workshops where Navy liferafts and Marin-Ark systems are tested, serviced and repacked before being deployed back into operational vessels. With a long history in the marine industry, Byrne commenced working with AMI Marine in 2000. Princess P57: The Princess 57 with the excellent 3 cabin and extra stern crew cabin layout. This well maintained Princess presents in excellent condition and is equipped with twin Volvo D12-715a€™s. Complete with bow and stern thrusters for ultimate manoeuvrability at the docks, full air conditioning, high capacity generator, dishwasher as well as the usual Princess accoutrements make this a must view boat. 3 heads, in forward and aft cabins and saloon, each with electric toilet and 47litre stainless steel holding tank. 2 x electric bilge pumps 1 x manual bilge pump, fire extinguishers, other safeties as per local state requirements. Teak laid deck, electric anchor winch, aluminium toe rails with 8 open fairleads, 6 mooring cleats, fore, central and aft, staunchions with double life lines, 750mm high. The Delphia 46CC is unique due to its deck saloon being connected to a centrally located cockpit. The Launceston is the third Armidale Class Patrol Boat to visit The Yard Brisbane this year to carry out routine maintenance. This 36m vessel's new home will be outside of Australia and is destined for the Seychelles, operating from Port Victoria to the Islands. Austal has been very fortunate to have a director of his stature on the board for so many years," said Rothwell.


During his last six months in the business he had been working closely with Austal’s current chief financial officer Greg Jason, who was appointed CFO earlier this year.
MMA will act as lead contractor and will subcontract with other vessel operators to provide the overall vessel requirements.
The contract will commence in October 2013 and is due to complete in the 2014 calendar year. Based in Cairns it will operate out to 200nm from the entire Queensland coastline throughout the GBR and Queensland coast.
These are a quarter of the weight and can provide up to 10 times the power and 10 times the lifecycle of lead acid batteries. There are two twin cabins forward, with a bathroom and doors to the side deck for easy access around the vessel.
Long-term costs were taken into account, the decision being to combine conventional diesels with the supplementary solar panels. Capable of speeds up to 25kts, the catamaran is optimised for efficient cruising between 12 and 20kts. The 16.3m aluminium monohull is in USL 2B survey for four crew and eight others, and completed a major refit in 2010. Staged across four halls, it is the biggest PIME ever held in the series of events run by Maritime Australia Limited (MAL). Accommodation is in 4 cabins with a dedicated crew cabin in the stern which can be used to accommodate children.
Fully moulded easy clean heads are equipped with shower, handbasin, lockers and vanity and toilet. Bow thruster, cabin and nav lighting, hotwater service, master electrical panel with gauges for battery charging, level gauges for fuel and water, and waste. Adjustable backstay, single line reefing, rodkicker boom vang, anchor light, steaming light and deck spotlight. This configuration is typical for the most luxurious of ocean going yachts and ensures exceptional stabilty, which translates into comfort and safety. All craft involved with the works will be delivering equipment to the Gorgon and Jansz-Io fields offshore Barrow Island and will be operated under all relevant Australian manning requirements. More recent projects include Riverside Marine’s 24m catamaran fast ferry Riverside Avalon and the 34m sister ships Riverside Catalina and Riverside Mandalay. The main deck cabin features a large wet room aft with toilet, shower and laundry facilities. This area also houses the vessel’s cargo space, separated from the crew recreation area by cargo barriers.
He will continue his duties at WETSS in addition to his new role as AMI’s QLD state manager. Engine room: Well insulated engine room with removeable panels allowing access for routine servicing.
Spacious forward head with electric toilet, 47L holding tank, separate shower cabin with towel hangers. 14 rope clutches, 6 deck hatches, 9 opening side ports, 2 handrails on coach roof, self tacking jib track in front of mast, mainsheet track behind cockpit, 3 winch handles, 6 docking lines, 6 fenders, cockpit shower, hot and cold, locker for 2 LPG bottles, gas installation with leak tester in aft section. With a similair hull to the Delphia 47, the Delphia 46CC is a synergy between naval architecture and traditional maritime craftsmanship.
The build as taken some 40 weeks with the new owners seeing her for the first time during the sea trials on the 2nd July.
If you had been considering a Swan or an Oyster, but found the prices prohibitive, you really should consider this beautifull yacht at an affordable price. The excellent performance of the Delphia 46CC makes this craft the perfect choice for long, or around the world voyages.
This reduces running costs and, according to Incat Crowther, also dramatically reduces the cost of maintaining the Northern Lights generators.
12V socket at chart table, 10 x 240V sockets located throughout the boat, all wiring tinned copper. Simrad RS12 vhf transmitter with DSC, arail and cable, will interface with B&G instruments. Sir William Lyons, when he introduced the lovely Jaguar XJ6 to the world, coined the phrase "Grace, Space, and Pace.
If you had considered a Swan or Oyster, you really should consider this boat giving you high quality in design, engineering and construction at an affordable price.
Incredibly spacious aft cabin with island bed with excellent headroom above, private ensuite, dressing table, lounge setee, hanging lockers.



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