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DNV GL Grants AIP for HHI’s SkyBench

Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has received an Approval in Principle (AIP) certificate from Classification society DNV GL for its SkyBench concept for increasing capacity of mega box ships.

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Contracts

Damen Performs Cruise Ship Maintenance

Magellan completes maintenance stop at Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam   The 46,052 GRT cruise

DOF Extends VSAT Contract with Marlink

Ongoing service development and customer support help secure new five year deal for entire

Maersk Orders 11 Triple-E Containerships

Maersk Line announced it has today ordered 11 new ultra-large second generation Triple-E containerships

Workboats

The Ever-Evolving Rapid Response Skimmer

Kvichak’s Rapid Response Skimmers (RRS) are perhaps best known for their use by the U.S. Navy,

88 Crowley Vessels Awarded for Safety

Eighty-eight Crowley vessels honored with Jones F. Devlin Awards in recognition of 565 combined

Caterpillar Adds Azimuth Thrusters to Tug Package

A fresh range of azimuth thrusters will be featured in a newly integrated propulsion package

Maritime Security

MEDS: Get Connected & Protected

Late last year Radio Zeeland DMP launched MEDS, and advanced monitoring system that integrates laser sensors,

Sinking Casts Pall over China's Ship Safety Record

The sinking of a cruise boat on China's Yangtze River is likely to mar the country's generally

Myanmar Escorting Migrant Boat to "safe" Area

Boat with more than 700 aboard intercepted on Friday; Bangladesh says will only take those

People & Company News

Environmentalists Sue Over Shell Plan to Drill in Arctic

Several environmental groups sued the United States on Tuesday to derail Royal Dutch Shell

88 Crowley Vessels Awarded for Safety

Eighty-eight Crowley vessels honored with Jones F. Devlin Awards in recognition of 565 combined

US Hoists: Making the Big Haul, Italian Style

The process of efficiently lifting and moving boats on land is an age-old conundrum. While

Legal

Environmentalists Sue Over Shell Plan to Drill in Arctic

Several environmental groups sued the United States on Tuesday to derail Royal Dutch Shell

Myanmar Escorting Migrant Boat to "safe" Area

Boat with more than 700 aboard intercepted on Friday; Bangladesh says will only take those

Hundreds Missing After Ship Capsizes on Yangtze

Ship capsizes in "tornado" on southern stretch of Yangtze. Rescuers fought bad weather

Marine Propulsion

Optimizing Efficiency Requires Measurement of True Output

Binsfield Engineering’s TorqueTrak telemetry instruments measure torque, RPM’s and power data.

Rolls-Royce to Power Ice-Class MPV

Rolls-Royce secured a contract to supply a power and propulsion package for an ice-class multipurpose

ABB Helps Improve Efficiency on the World’s Largest Ships

ABB has designed turbochargers powering the largest ships in the world. First came the China

 
 
 
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