Guardian Receives Most Extraordinary Contribution to HSSE

Another award for Guardian, having just received the prestigious intergas 2016 award for “The most extraordinary contribution to HSSE”. Following the very coveted award for the most ingenious use of plastic by the Ancient order of Horners in 2015 presented at the Lord Mayor of London’s  Mansion house in a glittering ceremony. Having recently defeated an […]

GUARDIAN awarded prestigious Horners Award for Plastics Design and Innovation

Guardian Maritime Limited is delighted to announce that its GUARDIAN™ anti-piracy barrier has been awarded the prestigious Horners Award for Plastics Design and Innovation. The Horners Award is run jointly with the British Plastics Federation (BPF) and the Worshipful Company Of Horners (an ancient guild and livery company of the City of London) and is […]

IMPA London 2015 – another great success for GUARDIAN

Held at the Queen Elizabeth II Exhibition Centre, and with more than 125 exhibitors from over 20 different countries, this year’s IMPA London was a great success for all. GUARDIAN was featured during the exhibition as part of the Sinwa stand, with visitors being able to see a full-sized unit and view Guardian Maritime’s latest […]

GUARDIAN to be featured at IMPA London

GUARDIAN anti-piracy barriers will feature on the SINWA Global stand, during IMPA London, taking place shortly on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th September at the Queen Elizabeth II Exhibition Centre in London. As well as a full sized demonstration GUARDIAN unit, visitors to the exhibition will be able to meet owners and creators Teresa & […]

Guardian Maritime granted MOD supplier approval

Guardian Maritime are proud to announce that, with immediate effect, GUARDIAN™ anti-piracy barriers have been granted supplier approval for the Ministry of Defence. GUARDIAN is currently protecting over 200 vessels which includes Tankers, Container ships, Oil drilling ships and a number of Ancillary ships. Teresa Stevens, Owner and Designer of Guardian anti-piracy barriers said “We […]

Guardian Maritime at Wyvern College Seavision event

Seavision’s Maritime Week event, held recently at Wyvern College, was without doubt an unqualified success. A number of companies came together to give up their time to demonstrate to pupils that a career at sea is not just working on vessels, including: Maritime Archaeology Trust, The Royal Navy Qinetiq National Oceanography centre Exxon Mobil Southampton […]

GUARDIAN awarded Action Coach Solent award

Guardian Maritime are extremely proud to have been awarded the “Big Win of the month” award for June, through Action Coach Solent for its services to seafarers. Action Coach Solent provides coaching, training and business advice for a wide range of organisations. In conjunction with Hampshire Chamber of Commerce, Action Coach presents a greatest achievement […]

Guardian forms partnership with Southampton Solent University

Guardian Maritime recently attended the Solent Offshore Renewable Energy Consortium (SOREC) event, held at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton. The event, held in conjunction with The European Union, Southampton Solent University, and the National Oceanography Centre, focused on “Turning the Tide”, with informative sessions on Tidal Energy, Commercial challenges and roundtable discussions. Guardian were […]

GUARDIAN™ Anti-piracy barriers now available to lease

Following its continued success as a passive solution against the threat of piracy, Guardian Maritime is delighted to announce that GUARDIAN™ anti – piracy barriers are now available to lease. GUARDIAN™ ship protection system provides worldwide 24/7 protection against stowaways, robbery and piracy for vessels, crew and cargo at sea, anchor or in port, as […]

“Peaceful” protesting requires a passive deterrent – how GUARDIAN™ is protecting against the Greenpeace threat

Greenpeace has hit the headlines again this month for boarding another oil rig in protest against drilling in the Artic. This time the protest was thwarted by worsening weather conditions, but the activists still managed to spend a total of six days living in the structure of the oil rig, causing huge disruption, expense and […]