This biennially event, HSBO, offers a mixture of theory and practice, with world-class presentations, social networking events and boat trials of up to 35 of the best boats built, at full speed at sea, as well as literate discussions relating to all aspects of boat operations.
Sharing of practical experiences and demonstrations of various new equipment and routines are key elements of HSBO Forum.
Delegates include leaders of many professional agencies operating high-speed boats around the world, procurement & acquisitions officials, boat operators, naval architects, engineers, scientists, and boat builders.
CEO Carl Magnus Ullman from Ullman Dynamics gave an impressive scientifically based presentation on the HSBO 2018 about the importance of mitigation seats in combination with consoles.
Preventing injuries is the ultimate goal.
The outcome of their thorough research applies to us all, whether you are a pro or a pleasure boater, tall or small.
I’m nearly 2 m and weigh about 96 kg and I must say that during all my testing of motorboats I never encountered a “body safe” place behind the console. Mass production has the upper hand.
No wonder why their product stands out of the competition and I’m not just saying that because they’re a Friend of RIBs ONLY.
They are scientifically proven to provide better shock mitigation than any other seats. That’s why their product sets the ultimate benchmark and the standard.
I know for certain that some of you here know how important serious seats are for the health on short but especially on long term and being able to perform the job in rough seas, day after day. Sometimes at high speeds…
RIBs are versatile as you can read here and here. It’s no wonder professionals choose use a Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB), like those used by police, the navy, SAR (check this out), customs and maritime staff.
Designed with a focus on the needs of everyone involved in high-speed, search and rescue, security, border force and fast transfer vessels, Seawork is designed to make all those who works on the sea more efficient. The event will be held on Monday 20 June 2022.
09:30 – 17:30 Tuesday 21 June 09:30 – 17:30 Wednesday 22 June 09:30 – 16:00 Thursday 23 June