Book Review

Maritime Security handbook: Stowaways by Sea

Improvements in security have not reduced the number of stowaways or the number of incidents and it is seafarers who have to cope with the extra work, delay, uncertainty and possible violence.

Insider Novel Sheds New Light on Oil Spills

A new novel, The Golden Tide, written by global shipping industry insider John Guy, is now available on Amazon as a paperback and ebook for Kindle. The fast-moving

TMA Spotlights Marine Spatial Planning Report

TMA Foundation informs of the release of a report 'Marine Spatial Planning in San Diego & Stakeholder Overview', written by a team of graduate students from UCSD

Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Guidebooks Published

The UK P&I Club says that with the support of several Members, it has launched "Book it right and pack it tight" - a set of four guidebooks on the workings of the

'A Sea Change in Standing Watch' Wins SNS Literary Prize

The Surface Navy Association (SNA) has presented its Literary Award for articles that address areas within Surface Navy or Surface Warfare and in 2013 it came to Capt.

Coastal Zone Management: ABA Publish New Book

With oceans considered by many as one of the last frontiers, the American Bar Association's new book “Zoning the Oceans: The Next Big Step in Coastal Zone Management’’

Viking Raid: New Novel Portrays Wall St. Shipping Tycoon

Marine Money announced the release of Viking Raid: A Robert Fairchild Novel, the much-anticipated sequel to The Shipping Man: A Novel, by Matthew McCleery, President

Life at Sea in Container Ships Extraordinay Says New Book

Author Horatio Clare joined two container ships for voyages that led to the recent publication of his book 'Down To The Sea In Ships: Of Ageless Oceans and Modern Men',

Discover Welding with the Weld Force

Contemporary book project opens the door to welding and all its uses, in an easy-to-understand and entertaining way Entitled 'Operation: ARC', this new book

Naval Architect Pens History of Northwest Fishing Vessels

Elliott Bay Design Group's Jim Cole can now add book author to his long list of accomplishments in the field of naval architecture and marine design. The Naval

The ROV Manual

Robert L. Wernli (First Centurion Enterprises) and Robert D. Christ (SeaTrepid International) announced the release of The ROV Manual, Second Edition, which provides

New Book Reveals "Lost Island of Atlantis"

American researcher and author Christos A. Djonis exposes the location of the legendary island and discusses how close the scientific community previously came

Book Review: Gentlemen of the Harbor

Stories of Chesapeake Bay Tugboats and Crews Captain Bill Eggert spent 20 years working in Baltimore Harbor running charter boats and water taxis. All that time,

Book Review: “After the Galaxy”

He said, “Captain.” And I said, “What Mirek?” “Are we going to die today?” “Yes, Mirek. We’re going to die.” Four men huddled on the bow of the burning, 190-ft.

NI Launch New Maritime Security Handbook

The Nautical Institute has launched Maritime Security handbook: coping with piracy, which focuses on the people who have to cope with piracy – seafarers, shore-based

Arctic Economics in 21st Century: New CSIS Publication

Center For Strategic & International Studies' (CSIS) has published 'Arctic Economics in the 21st Century: The Benefits and Costs of Cold'. The report, with contributions by  David A.

New Book: 'Ninety Percent of Everything: Inside Shipping ...'

'Eye-opening and compelling', according to Amazon where the book is on sale, the overlooked world of freight shipping, revealed as the foundation of our civilization.

Tug Boat, Barge, Guide Against Piracy Published

ReCAAP ISC and Information Fusion Centre (IFC)  have jointly published a Tug Boats and Barges Guide (TaB) against piracy and sea robbey. The purpose of this guide is to capture tips,

Shell's 'Science of the Arctic Series' Vol lll Published

In this third volume of the series, Science of the U.S. Arctic Outer Continental Shelf, Shell provide a brief history of the scientific study of marine mammals in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas.

Book Review: After the Galaxy

He said, “Captain.” And I said, “What Mirek?” “Are we going to die today?” “Yes, Mirek. We're going to die.” Four men huddled on the bow of the burning, 190-foot

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