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Royal Navy's HMS Queen Elizabeth carrier
March 26, 2020

In August this year Hythe Marine Services Technical Director Luke Fitzgerald, a Hythe Marine veteran of over thirteen years, was contracted to carry out routine maintenance work on HMS Queen Elizabeth.

December 13, 2019

Ever wondered what it’s like to build a submarine? What about a Type 45 destroyer, superyacht or aircraft carrier? These may seem like radical projects to most of us, but for Hythe Marine Services (HMS) Structural Engineers and shipbuilding Designers, it’s a lifetime of craft, and ultimately, another day at work...

October 21, 2019

HMS Prince of Wales is the second Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier commissioned for the Royal Navy and will be in full active service by 2020. Hythe Marine helped prepare HMS Prince of Wales for sea trials. Hear from Site Manager Pete Davies, about the work his team was involved with on-board this Royal Navy aricraft carrier...

Hythe marine services
May 22, 2019

HMS Queen Elizabeth has successfully completed her first dry docking in Rosyth which comprised primarily of a routine hull survey and maintenance of her underwater systems. Hythe Marine Services conducted welding and fabrication support during the refit as well as Rigging, slinging and fleeting work aboard the carrier.

Ray Navy Ship Queen Elizabeth
April 3, 2019

Hythe Marine Services support both HMS Queen Elizabeth and the team at BAE Systems during their recent visit to her home base of HMNB Portsmouth.

July 25, 2018

Britain’s flagship of the future has demonstrated that it can now strike out anywhere across the globe after refuelling at sea for the first time. After a dry run, HMS Queen Elizabeth successfully took on fuel, receiving ‘amber gold’ from RFA Tidespring, the tanker purpose-built to support the new aircraft carrier on her global operations. […]