IMRF Awards About & News Categories Individual #WomenInSAR Team Innovation & Technology Lifetime Achievement People's Choice Award Finalists 2021 Captain Chen Jian Anna Bertrandsson Littke Krista Lynn Elvidge Commander Maritime Dr. Suzanna Razali Chan Lifeboat Station Scheveningen Coastguard Nelson NSRI JetRIB Team The LARUS Project Patrick van Eyssen Media Gallery 2021 Sponsors Past Awards Awards 2021 Winners 2021 Runner Ups Media Gallery 2021 News Articles 2021 Awards 2019 Winners 2019 Finalists 2019 Isobel Tugwell Captain SONG Yin Captain HUANG Zhibin Daisy Gallardo Marine Rescue Port Macquarie Coastguard New Zealand & Other Teams Floating Rescue Stretcher Use of remotely controlled assets in Maritime SAR Clay Evans Arthur Allen Media Gallery 2019 News Articles 2019 Awards 2018 Winners Finalists Media Gallery 2018 Sponsors 2018 News Articles Awards 2017 Winners Finalists Media Gallery 2017 News Articles Awards 2016 Winners Finalists Media Gallery 2016 News Articles HamiltonJet Sponsors #WomeninSAR Award IMRF Associate Member HamiltonJet is sponsoring this year’s IMRF #WomeninSAR Award. The IMRF Awards are in their 6th year and are internationally recognised and highly regarded by the maritime search and rescue (SAR) community worldwide. The #WomeninSAR Award was introduced in 2019, as part of the IMRF’s #WomeninSAR campaign to raise the profile of women in the sector, and to increase the representation of, and support for women in SAR. Albear Montocchio, Global Marketing Manager, HamiltonJet says: “We are pleased to be supporting the IMRF Awards in this way, the SAR sector is vitally important and deserves this recognition for the exceptional skill and performance of volunteers and professionals at the times when its needed most." “We are particularly pleased to support women in SAR, long under-represented, gender balance definitely enhances team performance, we all have different skills and strengths and balanced teams[CJ1] work better and deliver more. There are so many exceptional women in the sector, by highlighting some of them we can hopefully encourage more women and girls to explore the many exciting opportunities available to them.” The company’s waterjet and control systems deliver manoeuvrable, reliable and safe prolusion for SAR vessels. HamiltonJet has worked with the maritime SAR sector for many decades, making and developing waterjet propulsion systems which can dramatically increase the range of conditions a SAR boat can operate in. The company recently celebrated its 80th Anniversary and employs more than 400 staff in all aspects of waterjet design, production and service, looking ahead to the next 80 years, HamiltonJet is keen to make diversity and gender balance a priority across all aspects of its business.