NEWS

Mainstay takes Pole Position

Mainstay Marine, workboat builders and marine engineers in South West Wales, has been awarded a contract from STS Defence to build, fabricate and outfit the integrated communications masts for the Royal Navy’s first three Type 26, City Class frigates. Over a five-year...

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160 tonne boat hoist officially unveiled

On a recent visit to workboat builders and servicing specialists Mainstay Marine, the Welsh Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths unveiled the company’s latest edition; its 160t boat hoist. The hoist will lift vessels out of the...

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Certifiably Committed to Quality

Mainstay Marine Solutions, workboat builders and servicing specialists in South West Wales are delighted to announce they have completed the upgrade and recertification to ISO’s latest flagship quality management systems standard 9001:2015. The Cabinet Sectary for...

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Building our youth for the future

A mutual passion for engineering brought Pembrokeshire College engineering staff, Mainstay Marine and Broadhaven School together for a fun and engaging day of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) related activities recently. Year 5 pupils were set a...

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Wave of success continues for Mainstay Marine

Pembroke Dock-based workboat and marine energy device builder Mainstay Marine Solutions has won the second phase contract for the ‘design, engineering and maintenance support’ for an innovative wave energy converter development project on behalf of client...

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A SAINT IS BORN

St Brides, the first of three 19m Pilot Boats built by Mainstay Marine to be delivered to the Port of Milford Haven. The £3.6m contract is a flagship project for Mainstay Marine Solutions with delivery for the second and third due in April and July respectively. The...

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