UKSR announces its second year of Sponsorship of the Maritime UK Awards

Published: 21/07/2020

We are delighted to be sponsoring the Maritime UK Awards for the second year running. This year the awards ceremony set to be held In Plymouth, with an autumn date still to be announced.

The Maritime UK Awards are run by industry for the benefit of industry. They are open to companies from across the breadth of the maritime sector and its shipping, ports, services, engineering, and leisure marine industries. They have a highly respected industry panel of internationally recognised maritime leaders who will perform the judging.

The UK Ship Register will once again be sponsoring the ‘Innovation Award’ .The award is open to a business, charity or organisation of any size, that can demonstrate exceptional true commitment to innovation and prove how they have innovated to solve a particular challenge, create a new product or service to benefit the maritime sector.

Dan Vivian, Commercial Director of the UK Ship Register, said:

“We are delighted to be sponsoring the innovation award at the Maritime UK Awards this autumn, for the second year running”. Dan Vivian, Commercial Director of the UK Ship Register, said:

“It’s important for us to recognise and support new approaches and technologies through awards such as these. 

The IMO and UK Government have set ambitious decarbonisation challenges for the sector to meet and we are working to ensure UK Registered vessels are given the right guidance and flexibility to meet the vision for 2050.

We are working closely with our dedicated Maritime Future Technologies team at the MCA and as an agency we’re committed to working with innovators throughout industry and academia to provide support and guidance to these innovative approaches and opportunities that I will see the UK lead maritime innovation”

Members of the UK Ship Register team will be in Plymouth to hand over the award to the winners at the ceremony later this year. Plymouth an area of maritime, contributes £3.8bn to the economy and supports 108,500 jobs.

To find out more about the awards and how to enter visit: