Simon Brealey – Webinar – 3rd October 2019

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Join us on ZOOM for our first interactive live session with Simon Brealey,
Principal Mechanical Engineer at Lateral Naval Architects on October 3rd at 14:30 (GMT +2:00).

This session will last between 30-45 minutes with 10-15 minutes of Q&A at the end so you can ask him all your questions.

Only 100 participants can join, so make sure to register now!

During this talk he will touch base on the following subjects:

–    Marine & Mechanical Engineering demand for superyachts
–    Moving away from tradition and how to use technology efficiently
–    Some of the things affecting maritime engineering

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Simon’s Biography:

Simon Brealey is a Chartered mechanical engineer with 19 years experience of working within the marine design industry.

After starting his career working on the repair and refit of Royal Navy surface ships and nuclear submarines, 12 years ago Simon made the switch to the superyacht industry.

Within the superyacht industry Simon has worked for shipyards and design consultancies having been involved in the many new build yacht projects including Vava II, Jubilee and Bravo Eugenia. He is currently working on a number of 100m+ new build projects as Principal engineer- Mechanical for  Lateral Naval architects.

Within his role at Lateral Naval Architects Simon leads a team of engineers providing a range of mechanical design services. These services include supporting shipyards and/or Owners through all phases of the design process from concept stage through to production engineering.

Simon’s particular specialities include the development of onboard piping systems, detailed technical space arrangements/planning and the specification of propulsion systems including the application of novel or new technology.

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Energy Class – Technical Rules

Energy Class – Technical Rules 2020

The Monaco Energy Class has been designed to compare the efficiency of different propulsion systems while using sustainable energy. To achieve this aim a catamaran hull described in this publication, will be provided by the Yacht Club de Monaco to each team competing.

Competitors will have to build a cockpit including the propulsion system with controls & steering, which they will than fit to the hull.

The Technical Regulations presented in this document serve as directives for the teams that will compete in this class.

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