MOD’S KOREAN BUILT VESSELS ARE SOLASAFE®

RFA Tiderace ship photo

At the end of February, 30 SOLASAFE anti-glare roller sunscreens arrived at the DSME shipyard in Okpo, South Korea to be installed at the navigation bridge windows of the RFA TIDESURGE (A138), The third ‘Tide-class tanker’ of four fast-fleet-tankers that are now entering service with the British Royal Fleet Auxiliary.  The screens, will protect personnel […]

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LARGE ORDER OF ROLASOLV® FABRIC BLINDS SUPPLIED TO THE CRUISE SHIP CARIBBEAN PRINCESS

Caribbean Princess photo

Solar Solve Marine, the British manufacturer of SOLASOLV® anti-glare, heat rejecting roller screens and ROLASOLV® fabric roller blinds for ships, has just won a contract to supply 55 ROLASOLV® screens to the cruise ship Caribbean Princess. Solar Solve Marine has supplied more than 150,300 screens and roller blinds to over 15,540+ ships worldwide since 1987, […]

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Awards

Awards page photo

Over the 40 years that our company has been in business exporting our products throughout the world and working within the marine, offshore oil and gas, aviation and onshore industries, we have acquired many various awards, honours and achievements. We have over 20 of them so please find a list of some of them below […]

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CANADIAN FRIGATE TO BE SOLAR SOLVED WITH SOLASAFE® SCREENS

HMCS OTTAWA photo

At the end of 2016, South Shields based Solar Solve Marine dispatched 22 of their brand leading SOLASAFE® roller sunscreens to Canada to be installed at the navigation bridge windows of HMCS OTTAWA, a Royal Canadian Navy Halifax-class frigate. Ottawa was commissioned in September 1996 and is the twelfth and final ship of the Halifax […]

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SOLASAFE®, THE SEEGOING SOLUTION® FOR MEGA CONTAINER SHIPS

Madrid Maersk photo

Immediately prior to Christmas, the multi-award winning team at South Shields based Solar Solve Marine dispatched a big consignment of their Type Approved products to the company’s World Wide Distributor in Busan. The goods are to be installed on a variety of new vessels being completed at a number of shipyards mainly in South Korea. […]

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