Steller Systems is pleased to announce that Andrew Fay has joined the team as Principal Marine Engineer.
Andrew brings with him diverse experience of vessel design, construction and operation, from the defence, oil and gas and superyacht industries. Andrew will be supporting the growing team working on surface ship, submarine and unmanned vessel projects.
Due to increasing demand for our services, we are currently looking for naval architects, marine engineers and structural engineers to join our team. Steller Systems offers a varied and rewarding career for motivated individuals who relish a challenge. We are looking for team players with strong technical skills and an ability to communicate clearly. Please see our Careers page for more details.
Welcome to the team Andrew!
Following the launch of Illusion Plus – the largest yacht ever to be built in Asia – Pride Mega Yachts has unveiled its new concept Project San Bao at the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show. The design is a unique collaboration between naval architects Steller Systems Ltd., yacht managers Andrew Weir Yacht Management, exterior designers Rainsford Mann Design and interior designers David Chang Design Associates.
The model is currently available for viewing on board Illusion Plus, which earlier in the week won the 2018 MYS Interior Design Award. Many congratulations to Pride Mega Yachts, Rainsford Mann Design and the team!
Steller Yachts is proud to support VoyageVert in its plans to develop the first-ever transatlantic sailing ferry service, by designing a 110m trimaran capable of carrying 200 passengers and 46 crew safely across the Atlantic in ten days. The service aims to provide a viable alternative to long-haul flights, encouraging passengers to consider more environmentally friendly travel options.
Our design was recently featured in the Mail Online and the Daily Mirror.
VoyageVert, a not-for-profit organisation, believes that there is a need to create a reliable alternative to flight, and intends to provide a sustainable passenger ferry service to cross the seaways of the world. It has recently undertaken a successful crowdfunding campaign to progress this exciting project further.
2016 has been another exciting year for Steller Systems and Steller Yachts, which has welcomed a number of major new customers whilst continuing to support valued long-term customers. Our work this year has taken us to Thailand, New Zealand, South Africa, Chile, Monaco and the Falkland Islands, and our designs have been featured in publications including Yacht and Boating World, the Daily Mirror, and the Daily Mail. Our team of naval architects, structural and systems engineers has continued to grow in 2016, and we will be welcoming new staff to the team in the new year to meet the growing demand for our services.
Steller Systems would like to wish all of our customers, suppliers, partners and supporters a very merry Christmas and a prosperous 2017.
Steller Systems’ team of naval architects, structural engineers and systems engineers continues to grow.
Earlier in the year the structural department welcomed Simon Dawe, a mechanical engineer with nine years’ experience of working in the naval defence industry, having previously worked in the MOD and Babcock International Group. More recently we have welcomed George Payne to the team, who joins us from the University of Southampton having recently qualified as a naval architect. Both Simon and George are providing concept design, modelling and analysis for our range of customers in both government and industry.
In addition, Steller Systems is playing its part in developing the next generation of naval architects and engineers. Student Abel Ellis has joined us for a summer work placement, where he has provided technical support to a number of exciting projects and has learned about the range of technical services that we offer.
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