Fennica Grounding Caused by Inaccurate Charts
The July 2015 grounding of icebreaker Fennica near Dutch Harbor, Alaska was found to be caused by inaccuracy of nautical charts in the area…
‘A Step Forward in Submarine Radar Technology’
Kelvin Hughes, a U.K. baesd designer and supplier of navigation and security surveillance systems, announced that it can…
General Atomics Battery for New Navy Submersible
General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) signed a contract with Lockheed Martin to provide Lithium-ion Fault Tolerant (LiFT) battery systems for use on U.S.
Danish Maritime Authority Use Drones for Inspection
The Danish Maritime Authority now has its first certified drone pilot and will, in the future, use the drone as a supplement…
IMO Attends Key UN Migrant Summit
International Maritime Organization (IMO) is at the high-level UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants being held at the UN Headquarters in New York…
More Plastic than Fish in the Ocean
Did you know that by 2050 there could be more plastics in the ocean than fish, if human habits don’t change? India Clean…
Assistant Manager, Marine Operations, U.S. East Coast & Caribbean● Signet Maritime Corporation ● Jacksonville, FL, United States
Damen to Launch Composite Water Bus
Damen said it is set to launch its first composite Water Bus as the prototype undergoes sea trials in the next few weeks.
Toll to Build Two New Ships
Toll Group announced it is investing $170 million to build two new ships to support trade between Victoria and Tasmania and to meet the demands of
US Boatbuilding: Sink or Swim
Navigating interesting times has the nation’s shipbuilding industry searching in unusual places. The answers could be blowing in the wind.
Sirius Orders Two Oil/Chemical Tankers
Sirius Shipping AB has ordered two oil/chemical tankers with the latest technology and in compliance with future rules and regulations