Guardian Maritime launch Greenwater piracy barrier

Company Profiles, Corporate Social Responsibility, Marine Equipment Products and Services, Piracy and Terrorism, Safety and Security, Technical, Technology — By on October 22, 2014 at 11:12 AM
Greenwater Flared base bottom

Greenwater Flared base bottom

Following on from the continued worldwide success of its GUARDIAN™ anti – piracy barrier, Guardian Maritime are proud to announce the launch of GUARDIAN Greenwater.

GUARDIAN Greenwater has been developed, following customer demand, to deal with the issue of greenwater on-board deck following turbulent weather conditions, and the first units are due to be fitted on- board a Tanker next month.

David Stevens, Sales Director at Guardian Maritime says “Following several months of development and trials, we have designed a modification to the reverse of the unit which alleviates the issue of Greenwater by providing a drainage mechanism.  This means that the benefits to using GUARDIAN are two fold – it not only prevents against unwanted boarding but aids with the issue of green water, which causes untold damage and expense. GUARDIAN remains the only 100% undefeated solution against piracy.”

GUARDIAN is currently protecting over 200 vessels which includes Tankers, Container ships, Oil drilling ships and a number of Ancillary ships. The combined vessel value protected by GUARDIAN IS in excess of $22 billion, with over 4000 seafarers protected by GUARDIAN on average each day.

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