March 22, 2018 2:10 PM ET


Company Overview of Mainstay Marine Solutions Ltd.

Company Overview

Mainstay Marine Solutions Ltd., a boat building company, designs and builds workboats. It builds pilot boats, patrol boats, wind farm support vessels, workboats, passenger vessels, and tidal energy devices. The company also provides services, such as building, refitting, maintaining, and repairing new workboats; project planning, project management, and fabrication of marine energy devices; and fabrication, maintenance, and repair of harbour and jetty infrastructure. Mainstay Marine Solutions Ltd. was formerly known as Mustang Marine Limited and changed its name to Mainstay Marine Solutions Ltd. in June 2015. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Pembroke Dock, United Kingdom.

The Dockyard

Pembroke Dock,  SA72 6TE

United Kingdom

Founded in 2014


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Key Executives for Mainstay Marine Solutions Ltd.

Managing Director
Age: 66
Finance Director
Operations Director
Technical Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Mainstay Marine Solutions Ltd. Key Developments

Mainstay Marine Solutions Wins £5.8 Million Contract for New Fisheries Patrol Vessels

Mainstay Marine Solutions has been awarded a £5.8 million Welsh Government contract to build two new Welsh Fisheries Patrol Vessels. The new vessels will replace the current ageing boats, to effectively protect from illegal fishing activity in Welsh waters and safeguard Wales' fishing industry and coastal communities in the years ahead. The replacement vessels are expected to be in service by Autumn 2018. It will include a 26m Mono-hull Patrol Vessel, South Fisheries and a 19m Catamaran Patrol Vessel, North Fisheries.

Mainstay Marine Solutions Secures Order to Construct New Device for £5.8 Million Wave Energy Scheme

Mainstay Marine Solutions has secured an order to construct a new device for a £5.8 million wave energy scheme. The first stage of an energy convertor project for Wave-Tricity will be completed by Mainstay. Wave-Tricity has recently secured a £4 million through EU funding in September 2016 to develop and test a new device called the Ocean Wave Rower. This technology will convert the natural motion of the waves into energy. The tests of the new device will be carried out at a wave energy site off the south Pembrokeshire coast for two years from February 2017.

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