The next HSBO Forum will be held 2-4 June 2020 in Sweden
High Speed Boat Operations Forum is the No.1 venue in the world for exchange of experience and knowledge about High-Speed Boat Operations.
It offers a mixture of theory and practice, with world-class presentations, social networking events and boat trials of up to 35 of the best boats built, at full speed at sea, as well as literate discussions relating to all aspects of boat operations. Sharing of practical experiences and demonstrations of various new equipment and routines are key elements of HSBO Forum.
Delegates include leaders of many professional agencies operating high-speed boats around the world, procurement & acquisitions officials, boat operators, naval architects, engineers, scientists, and boat builders.
The forum will once again be held at Hotell 11 in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Due to the limited number of delegates everyone are asked to request invitation to attend.
In the end of January 2020 we will send registration forms to approved delegates.
The 9th HSBO Forum was held in Gothenburg June 5-7 2018
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS – 2018
Welcome address – Current development in the Nordic region
Rear Admiral François Rebour, Chief of ALFUSCO, French Marine Commandos
Maritime special operations – New challenges – New advances
Mr Paul Brereton, Health & Safety Executive, United Kingdom
Impact induced injury at sea – Employers’ responsibilities and liability in Europe
Vice Admiral Sousa Pereira, General Commander of Portuguese Maritime Police
The Portuguese Maritime Police Participation in Frontex Operations
HSBO 2018 was held at Hotel 11, the same place where HSBO Forum was held in 2012, 2014 and 2016. Hotel 11 is located right by the water in the Gothenburg harbor.
The number of attendees will be limited and the invitation to participate is directed specifically to individuals working in the field.
HSBO Forum 2018 in numbers:
Three days of boat trials and presentations plus 1 day of tutorials, made this the most extensive HSBO Forum yet.
382 Delegates from 36 Countries, representing Navy, Coast Guard, Police, Sea Rescue, Special Forces, Scientists and Industry. 34 State-of-the-art High Speed Boats were available for test drives in open waters at speeds up to 100 kts.
All videos and presentations from previous HSBO Forums are available for HSBO MEMBERS.
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