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Design Portfolio

BMT has an ever expanding range of proven vessel designs with an outstanding reputation for the delivery of successful designs.

BMT offers an extensive portfolio of design services, including full production design packages, for advanced, innovative and specialised vessels to meet exacting performance requirements and specification criteria for weight, speed and seakeeping in all environments, including adverse weather operations.

The company has an outstanding reputation in hull form design and development and a design portfolio which includes vessels ranging in size from 9m to 220m in length and speeds up to 70 knots.

The company's range of proven vessel designs includes:

  • BMT Nigel Gee design Cargo Boat

    Commercial

    At BMT we have designed a range of specialist cargo vessels and workboats to meet the individual requirements of our customers.

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  • Horizon Ferry

    Ferries

    BMT has developed a comprehensive range of both passenger only and passenger & car (ROPAX) ferry designs ranging from small water taxi vessels and commuter ferries to open water transit vessels and ocean going craft including both medium speed and high speed variants.

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  • Ares Patrol Boat

    Defence

    BMT has developed a niche range of coastguard and naval vessels based on the company's particular design experience of high speed vessels and the development of hull form designs that provide significantly reduced motions in high sea states whilst retaining excellent performance and operational capability.

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  • BMT Nigel Gee Windfarm Support Vessels

    Offshore Energy

    At BMT we pride ourselves in tailoring our designs of Windfarm Support Vessels to meet the specific requirements of each operator.

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  • Oceanco & BMT Superyacht

    Yachts

    BMT Nigel Gee is a leading supplier of naval architecture and engineering services to the yacht industry. The company has significant depth of experience across all hull form types, propulsion systems and structural materials.

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