Building Innovative & Sustainable Maritime Futures: 23rd March

The team enjoyed taking part in the Building Innovative and Sustainable Maritime Futures event organised by Falmouth Marine School and held at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall last week.

This was a great opportunity for us to be part of a maritime and marine industry focussed event  looking at education and training, innovation and technology and sustainability.

There were a number of interesting presentations from guest speakers and experts in the field as well as a network of companies exhibiting at the event.

“We were delighted to be invited to take part in the event, as Mylor Yacht Harbour but also representing our marine dealership brands, Yanmar, Vetus, and Raymarine. It gave us the opportunity to meet companies and experts from across the industry, look at emerging technologies and also show case the role Mylor Yacht Harbour is playing in helping to nurture the skills for the future and incorporate sustainable technologies and methods. The future is looking exciting.”

Nathan Percival, Engineering Manager, Mylor Yacht Harbour.

Jude Ralph marine electrical engineering apprentice and Falmouth Marine School student. working at Mylor yacht Harbour.  Vetus Marine Reps and Mylor Yacht Harbour Engineering Manager Nathan Percival

It was a great experience for our marine electrical apprentice, Jude Rolfe who is studying at Falmouth Marine School as well as earning his apprenticeship with Mylor Yacht Harbour’s electrical department.