METSTRADE 2018: Triskel Marine Integrel wins 2018 DAME award

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The team at Triskel Marine Integrel accepts the DAME award.

The team at Triskel Marine Integrel accepts the DAME award.

Metstrade opened today in Amsterdam with its Breakfast Briefing and the presentation of the DAME Award 2018 to Triskel Marine Integrel, a company that manufactures a supplemental generator for boats and superyachts.

In a statement, the DAME jury said that the Integrel system improves “the environmental impact of leisure boating and its simplicity of operation providing long periods of quiet ship operation and its potential to be further developed for a wide range of applications.”

Chair of the jury Birgit Schnaase said in the statement, “The entry field one again showed signs of progress at individual company and industry levels. The primary motive of the DAME Award is to promote good design practice in every aspect and the jury was pleased to see so many examples where form and function were well balanced.”

She said the size of the products ranged from superyacht systems to a small clip with wide-ranging complexity.

In addition to the overall winner, the DAME program named five category winners and 22 Special Mentions. The category winners are as follows:

Marine Electronics and Marine Related Software

Spinlock Sail Sense

Interior Equipment, Furnishings, Materials and Electrical Fittings used in Cabins

Vimar Electronic Switch 8in 7ot 3M

Marina Equipment, Boatyard Equipment and Boat Construction Tools and Materials

No winner named

Deck Equipment, Sails and Rigging

Harken CLR Mooring Winch

Clothing and Crew Accessories

Rooster Exofleece

Lifesaving and Safety Equipment

Shakespeare Marine Galaxy-Infl8

Mahcinery, Propulsion, Mechanical and Electriccal Systems and Fittings

Triskel Marine Integrel

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