The CEMT Award is presented annually in recognition of the outstanding contribution to the success of the European maritime industry made by an individual, company or organisations
Such contribution may be technological, political or economic, and may have been made over a period of time or by the introduction of a product or service.
Nominations may be made by any member of the member societies of CEMT. Companies or organisations should have an European origin or have significant operations in Europe.
In presenting the 2018 CEMT Award at the Forum Wizja Roswju in Gdynia, Mr Trevor Blakeley, Chairman of CEMT, reminded those attend the Forum that all were aware of the responsibility of the maritime industry to protect the environment, particularly from harmful emissions. It was therefore with great pleasure on behalf of CEMT to present the 2018 CEMT Award to FinFerries, StoGda Ship Design & Engineering and CRIST S.A. "in recognition of their work in commissioning, designing and constructing of the first fully electric propelled, zero emissions ferry to be designed, built, owned and operated in Europe."
"in recognition of his distinguished career in naval architecture and ocean engineering for nearly 50 years, and of hisexceptional contribution in the field of hydrodynamics."
"in recognition of his exceptional contribution to the success of the European maritime industry through his leadership of Damen Shipyards Group
"in recognition of their significant contribution to the development of opportunities in Marine Engineering education for the Danish and European maritime industries, and to the formation of maritime centers at leading Danish universities."
"in recognition of its contribution over many years to the development and the validation of numerical methods for the simulation of fluid-structure interaction problems, with particular application to naval shipbuilding.
in recognition of both his research work and his membership of maritime organisations, where he has sought to achieve greater co-operation between the stakeholders of the maritime industry.
in recognition of his outstanding work over sixty years in the fields of high speed craft, ship manoeuvrability, ship stability and safety.
in recognition of their outstanding research in the field of hydrodynamics.
in recognition of hisoutstanding personal contribution over many years to the furthering and dissemination of knowledge in maritime technology, through hisresearch work and through hisactivities as chairman and organiser of international maritime conferences.
in recognition of his outstanding contribution over many years to both maritime research and the formation of the naval architects and marine engineers of the future
in recognition of his outstanding contribution over many years, both to the Danish and European maritime industries, and to the formation of the naval architects of the future
in recognition of his significant contribution to the improvement of both European and international marine safety
in recognition of his outstanding contribution over many years, both to the Spanish and European shipbuilding industry, and to the formation of the naval architects of the future.
in recognition of his significant contribution to the European shipbuilding industry through the leadership which he has given to the industry by his long involvement with the Community of European Shipyards' Association and other organisations.
in recognition of his significant contribution to the European offshore industry over many years, particularly through the development of new technology which he has pioneered.
in recognition of a lifetime of distinguished service and contribution to the European maritime industry through his academic work