WHAT FUTURE OUR OCEANS? - The versatility of SeaVax™ is enhanced using a modular approach that helps us to develop these ocean going machines into an economic tool for the long-term prosperity of all fishing nations in the drive for a truly sustainable, circular economy.
Chris Close is a devoted husband and father and the director of the SeaVax project at Bluebird Marine Systems Ltd (BMS). He is also a skilled engineer and qualified gas fitter.
BMS will be providing design and fabrication support to the Cleaner Oceans Foundation on a not for profit basis for the duration of any European funded programme, or any sponsor association, with Chris helping during these phases of the project.
In 2016 Chris helped the team constructed a robot lab and water test tank and built a model of the launch vehicle named AmphiMax, since it will be the world's largest amphibious vehicle when completed.
Currently the project is negotiating for a launch site, with agents instructed to pursue recently identified venues.
DC50 - A tribute to Donald Campbell on the 50th anniversary of his world land speed double (land and water speed records), the EcoStar DC50 is seen here in an early stage of construction with the team that helped to build her in 2014, including Christina Dusart, Nelson Kay, Terry Valeriano and Chris Close. The young man in the front is Ryan Dusart, a budding roboteer who is now learning how to program using Arduino computers.
JAMIE HUGHES - Seen here on the left, the youngest member of the SeaVax team in 2015 at Innovate UK, Old Billingsgate, London. Jamie extols the virtues of this splendid proof of concept model, explaining the features to visitors to the event.
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